Revelation by Donna J. W. Munro (Book Review #982)


Revelation is a dystopian story about a world where a class structure is at work. An underclass of poppets serves the upper echelons of society, and zombie mythos plays a vital role in the story. Ellie is heir to the company that creates and sells these poppets and finds herself in a pickle when she discovers that her family’s corporate fortune is not as innocent as she was led to believe.

There is also an element of romance in the story where Ellis meets a boy from the wilds. Ellie has many hard decisions to create an epic, exciting story that keeps you thinking about it after you are finished.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story is suitable for young adult sci-fi fans. The lead female protagonist had an emotional journey filled with hard decisions to make. I felt the character had growth and was relatable. I appreciated the novel approach and found the book well directed for its genre.

I recommend this book to young adult readers and science fiction fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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