Godonism by Theo Von Cezar (Book Review #967)


Godonism is a sci-fi dystopian fantasy story about Ahma and Jovian. Life is very ordinary for both of them until they meet a paranormal being, an angel, offering them a different life and quest. Mistakes are not accepted here.

The literature was intense, and the pace was slow. There were times when I wasn’t sure where the story was going, but then it flowed back to its main storyline.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I really enjoyed the cover of the book. It is mysterious, well designed, and with a good color combination. The story was filled with symbolism and societal references. This added more layers and depth to the story. Ahma and Jovian were two interesting characters. Their personalities meshed well into the plotline. Description and detail were critical for this book. I believe that’s what kept everything together and made it enjoyable to read.

I believe the author was in his element of skill. His ability to demonstrate an excellent plausible story was evident in the content. I look forward to reading more from this author.

If you are into dystopian stories and enjoy the additional science fiction element, this book is for you.

Written by Jeyran Main

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