Tag: Dystopian

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)”

Revelation by Donna J. W. Munro (Book Review #982)

Revelation is a dystopian story about a world where a class structure is at work. An underclass of poppets serves the upper echelons of society, and zombie mythos plays a vital role in the story. Ellie is heir to the company that creates and… Continue Reading “Revelation by Donna J. W. Munro (Book Review #982)”

 No Man’s Land by Ben Magid (Book Review #976)

No man’s land is a dystopian fiction about Rebel, the last remaining human alive on planet earth. Her life is simply about survival and avoiding being hunted by androids. Her only hope and help is a Mech named Thomas, helping her and providing hope… Continue Reading ” No Man’s Land by Ben Magid (Book Review #976)”

Godonism by Theo Von Cezar (Book Review #967)

Godonism is a sci-fi dystopian fantasy story about Ahma and Jovian. Life is very ordinary for both of them until they meet a paranormal being, an angel, offering them a different life and quest. Mistakes are not accepted here.

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)”

A Road to Redemption by Mark F. Geatches (Book Review #877)

A road to redemption is a dystopian/YA novel story that begins with Dictator Joseph Stoner, who has transformed the once-beloved America into a socialist utopia. A wave of destruction has left America unrecognizable. Zammi, Sydney, and Straz take it upon themselves to find a… Continue Reading “A Road to Redemption by Mark F. Geatches (Book Review #877)”

Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy (Book Review #842)

Game of mass destruction is a dystopian sci-fi book written about Yuzuko. She is forced to take part in the game of mass destruction. It is a reality tv show hosting twenty contestant fighting robots. As Yuzuko participates in the 30th season, she has… Continue Reading “Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy (Book Review #842)”