THE SUPERFLARE by Andrew G. Bergerr (Book Review #1456)


‘The Superflare’ is a post-apocalyptic dystopian story filled with science fiction. It’s 2051, and a gigantic solar storm has hit the earth, making living almost impossible. All digital devices and power supplies have been destroyed.

Julia, a seventeen-year-old girl, and Winston, an 18-year-old boy, fight to survive but also have each other for support and companionship. Each of their own creates a beautiful dynamic of a tale. Each personality and thought is described, but also the uniform goal becomes an attraction between Julia and Winston.

AI is holding everyone under control, and this isn’t too far-fetched. It also induces the thought of what exists now, the technology-dominated world we live in today. It definitely provides food for thought.

Written by Jeyran Main

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