Tag: Dystopian

Jericho’s Wall by Pamela Young (Book Review #1231)

Jericho’s Wall is a dystopian fiction story. It all begins with Joshlynn, a 16-year-old, getting ready to take her test and be told where she is to live, work, and basically be told how to live. 

Jericho’s Wall by Pamela Young (Book Review #1222)

Jericho’s Wall is a dystopian fiction story. It all begins with Joshlynn, a 16-year-old, getting ready to take her test and be told where she is to live, work, and basically be told how to live. 

The Last Families by Carla Doria (Book Review #1201)

The last families is a fantasy story set on the Island of Gambir, where the remaining families of talents have found refuge after their land’s destruction. Each family possesses certain skills, and some don’t really like the other.

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… Continue Reading “Surrogate Colony by Boshra Rasti (Book Review #1130)”

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… Continue Reading “A Simple Thought of Sanity by C. E Huntingdon (Book Review #1115)”

The Last Century by Jakub Filo (Book Review #1100)

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.

The Patriot’s Grill By Steven Day (Book review #1022)

The Patriot’s Grill is a thriller sci-fi story. It begins in the future, dating to the year 2099 where America has a dystopian dictatorship, and democracy is a far-fetched concept. Joe Carlton, a bartender working at a Grill restaurant, has been at his job… Continue Reading “The Patriot’s Grill By Steven Day (Book review #1022)”

Forgive us by E. T. Gunnarsson (Book Review #1012)

Forgive us is an action-packed post-apocalyptic story that deals with a couple of intertwining storylines that end up meeting up with each other. It begins in the year 2100. Oliver is a lone survivor, then moves on to 50 years after introducing London and… Continue Reading “Forgive us by E. T. Gunnarsson (Book Review #1012)”

Orange City by Lee Matthew Goldberg (Book Review #1001)

Orange city is a dystopian thriller story about a hidden city giving a second chance at life. However, there is a catch; you can never leave. The place is ruled by a giant spider look-alike man that everyone is afraid of. Imagine a community… Continue Reading “Orange City by Lee Matthew Goldberg (Book Review #1001)”