Kill Code: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel by Clive Fleury (Book Review #549)

 

Kill code is a dystopian futuristic novel set written in 2031. The world is run by the rich, and this science fiction story is based on a harsh environment living situation where the oceans rise high every day.

Hogan is an ex-cop struggling to live in the conditions that are at play. An opportunity strikes where he can take his place in security, landing a wealthy position, living like the upper-class rich people. As he attempts his almost impossible tests in order to get the job he realizes a few hidden truths about how the rich have gained power and that is where the story takes an interesting turn.

I found the pace to be very suited for the storyline. The fact that the story felt like it was one man-based plot made it vital for it to be strong and I believe the character growth and development did stand up to that.

The distinction between the very poor and the very rich was described well. Global warming provides a picture of how our world would be like in the future if we carry on living the way we do. I found this to be refreshing.

I recommend this book to people who like dystopian science fiction books.

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