The last century is a dystopian science fiction set in 2076. The world is in a climate crisis. Part of the planet is uninhabitable, and what remains is filled with a small amount of civilization fighting for resources.
I noticed the story was told in three-time frames—this added depth and meaning to the storyline. The literature was descriptive and provided enough foundation for book one of its series. The story was fast-paced, and the premise was filled with science fiction.
When there are sequels to a storyline, they need to provide parallel narratives to enable further additions. This was delightfully done, and so the ending did provide closure but still left enough wanting more.
I recommend this book to those who like post-apocalyptic sci-fi stories.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main