A Simple Thought of Sanity by C. E Huntingdon (Book Review #1115)


A simple thought of sanity is a dystopian fiction with elements of psychological and thought-provoking events. The citizens of the city live a very sterile life. Food is provided, and all buildings are identical. Everyone’s face is the same, and emotions are kept under wrap. So, it is fascinating to Brutus when he is lured into a secret underground club where all the rules are broken.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Brutus’s eyes are opened from this experience, and he no longer wishes to live such a repetitive and controlled life. There is certainly more to life than the monotonous existence, and this shapes up the intriguing story.

The pace of the story was fast, keeping the reader intrigued. I enjoyed reading the book and watching Brutus change. Is liberation the answer to happiness? The final act provides you with solutions and gives you some hint of hope.

I recommend this book to dystopian readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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