Tag: Dystopian

Tricky by Ron Dakron (Book Review #1393)

‘Tricky’ is a dystopian fairy tale filled with action and adventure and a semi-weird concept of a story that is extremely funny and will make you wonder. You definitely have to have a sense of humor in order to like this book.

Free Air by A. Thackery (Book Review #1353)

Free Air is a dystopian science fiction filled with elements of drama, intrigue, and discovery. In a world where survival is key, you discover Corissa, a young laborer on Avudix, hardly living in a tunnel network created to keep her safe from industrial pollution… Continue Reading “Free Air by A. Thackery (Book Review #1353)”

Under The Red Moon by Antonio Caruso (Book Review #1339)

‘Under the red moon’ is a dystopian fiction about Will and how he is a human incarnation living on earth. All his encounters, perspectives, and internal conflicts provide the reader with an insightful and enjoyable read. He understands how the world works and how… Continue Reading “Under The Red Moon by Antonio Caruso (Book Review #1339)”

The Survivors by T. C. Weber (Book Review #1337)

‘The survivors’ is a dystopian horror novella written about a world where civilization has collapsed, and only a few, like Lucy and her two kids, are surviving this ordeal. The post-apocalyptic tale lets you know how it is to live day by day and… Continue Reading “The Survivors by T. C. Weber (Book Review #1337)”

The White Lie by Zarnaab Adil (Book Review #1310)

The White Lie is a short dystopian thriller written filled with the journey of Foreign Minister Shahzain Magsi and his man Hasan Murtaza navigating Pakistan and organizing the 2036 OIC Summit.

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)”