Forgive us by E. T. Gunnarsson (Book Review #1012)


Forgive us is an action-packed post-apocalyptic story that deals with a couple of intertwining storylines that end up meeting up with each other. It begins in the year 2100. Oliver is a lone survivor, then moves on to 50 years after introducing London and Rose. Eventually, we end up in the year 2185, where we meet Simon, a space station technician.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The fast-paced story has interesting characters, frequent switching of times, scenes and just filled with action-packed drama. What stood out for me was how intrigued I was waiting to see how these storylines were going to pan out. I enjoyed the viewpoints and how many elements they possessed. You definitely get to think about the novel after you are finished.

Let’s talk about the book cover. It is evident that the author has given much thought to it. I found it incredibly interesting and reflective of what the content represented.

Our earth is ending, and it’s from the drive for energy. The Civilization left are just surviving, and so does the adventure begin. The story is truly a representation of humanity and its self-inflicted future.

I look forward to reading more from this author. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read dystopian futuristic stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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