Surrogate Colony by Boshra Rasti (Book Review #1130)

Surrogate Colony is a sci-fi dystopian story set in a post-pandemic world where everything is controlled by x-ray vision and is databased. Adrian Buckowski is a young woman living amongst others but, for some reason, is dissimilar. Her eyes are different, the medications don’t work on her, and she constantly questions things.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

As we all know, questions always bring compelling circumstances, and that causes complications; however, in addition to all that, Adrian falls in love with Zach, but they aren’t supposed to. As you get to understand the world-building and read along, everyone is matched to wed. This becomes a possibility of disturbance, and Zach tries his best to make this happen. This creates the premise of the story.

The characters are well created and meshed together. Their personalities and agenda are clear from the beginning. The story’s pace is steady, and you are constantly introduced to something new. This enables the reader to hope and want more. I enjoyed reading this book and felt that there was much room to expand on the storyline.

I look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

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