What Branches Grow by T. S. Beier (Book Review #749)


What branches grow is a science fiction post-apocalyptic novel written about a world that has become wasteland due to a third world war. Gennero, who is second in command of a town named Churchill, does not get along with Church, his boss.

Delia, one of the survivalists, has an encounter with the Church as he attempts to force her into the sex trade. As she runs away into the wasteland, Gennero joins her company, traveling to the north, finding a rumored city unaffected by the war. 

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The dynamic between Gennero and Delia was fascinating. At first, she wanted nothing to do with him, and then she found him an asset for her purpose. The relationship was exceptional, and I think that’s what made the story stand out.

The author emphasized on the world-building and created a powerful female lead character. Her way of storytelling was descriptive and stimulating.

I believe anyone interested in reading about post-apocalyptic worlds enjoys female lead stories would enjoy this one.

Written by Jeyran Main

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