Anna: New Los Angeles by Jason Keating (Book Review #277)

Anna is a sci-fi mystery novel. The story is based in the future. It is 2039, and things have changed. Survival is key, and the world has been attacked by a virus eliminating most of its population. Whoever’s left, consider themselves to be the lucky ones. There are eight cities to live in, and only one of them is occupied by the humans. The humans are coexisting with human synthetics called, Anna. Kyle is one of the survivors who happens to witness his parents die from the virus. He is taken to remain safe alongside the survivors by machines called the Axton. His journey through this world is what transpires in this book to be an epic challenge and adventure.

I initially found the odd numbers between the paragraphs and the sudden chapter changes without any division between the segments to be annoying. It kept distracting me from the smooth flow of the work, however, the more I read, the more I was intrigued, and my eyes began to zoom out the issues I was having with formatting.

The literature was easy to understand, and the book is a futuristic take on something like the movie, I am Legend. I particularly liked the emotional conflict Kyle had with losing his loved one and how that played along with the plot until the end. I believe the author has definitely done his research and created an exciting world, worthy of exploring. I found much room for improvement and sequels to play along this book. The foundation of the world setting and the descriptive backstory was very helpful to understand the past in order to play along with the current situation of the survivors.

I recommend this book to people who enjoy futuristic tales and like sci-fi novels.

Written by Jeyran Main

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