Tag: dystopian thriller

The New Reform Quartet by Jim Lowe (Book Review #893)

The new reform quartet is a dystopian thriller set in the 1980s. The story is complex and is the complete four-book series. It’s about the survival of members of different families who are left living in this dystopian world. Each segment of the conceptual… Continue Reading “The New Reform Quartet by Jim Lowe (Book Review #893)”

All in the name of God by James Weir (Book Review #878)

All in the name of God is a dystopian thriller set in a world that is run by Evangelicals. They have taken over the government and rights to many things, such as the right to vote for Muslims, or reproduction for females, or even… Continue Reading “All in the name of God by James Weir (Book Review #878)”

Judenrein by Harold Benjamin (Book Review #777)

Judenrein is a dystopian thriller that envisions America’s Jews’ fate after a white supremacist cabal seizes power in the federal government. The story begins with Zack Gurevitz, who has an exciting past. He is a Yeshika boy, and as luck has it, the White… Continue Reading “Judenrein by Harold Benjamin (Book Review #777)”