The Fall (Book One)- Conversion by S. T. Campitelli (Book Review #343)

The Fall is a post-apocalyptic story. It’s set in Australia and the year is 2052. It is two years after a viral outbreak has devastated the country. The virus has pretty much created a division between the survivors and the infected. There are still places where the survivors can obtain critical supplies, but they have to step into the contaminated area, and John Bradley is brave enough to do that. He also has the hope of possibly finding the means to heal the ones that have been affected.

I have reviewed and read many similar storylines to this book. I believe what made this book stand out was its complications with its multi-plot-inner storylines. This book ended up being a very fast action-packed story filled with delicious descriptive literature.

The characters in the story were relatable and very well unified. Considering the fact that this book was the first in its series, it made me very eager to see what’s to happen next.

What the author really did with this story is to provoke the mind into realizing and wondering what would happen if such a thing happened in reality. I recommend this book to post-apocalyptic dystopian novels.

Written by Jeyran Main

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