Category Archives: Fiction – Dystopia

Izzy Questions Love And Other Rebellious Symptoms

Izzy_Questions


Obtained from:  Author/Publisher on April 16, 2014
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Author:         Panos Tserolas
Genre:          Science Fiction – Dystopian
Format:         Kindle
Reviewer:       Charlie Kravetz
Stars:          4/5

This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.

Disclosure: I was given my copy of this book by the author/publisher as a review copy.

Exciting, fast-paced book that will delight most readers.

Izzy is growing up, learning what life can be like. She is emotional, quiet, sometimes confused. Worst of all, there is the pill to suppress all sex drive.

I really enjoyed the way this book is written. The story is sometimes narrated, sometimes not. It is a look at how wrong things can go, yet it is a look at how great life can be. It is not an easy book to describe, nor was it written for all audiences. Some readers will intensely dislike the way this book is written, yet others will laugh themselves to tears. This book will make the reader think about the world today.

Panos Tserolas writes to spread hope for a better world for all humans. He would like all of us to think about a future where each person has many choices. A future where you are not forced to take anything against your will.

I recommend this book to those that are looking for something different to read. It is highly entertaining sometimes, hilarious sometimes, serious sometimes. For those that like science fiction, this is a great book! I am looking forward to more great books from this Greek author.

Behind the Ruins

Obtained from:  SmashWords on January 4, 2013
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Author:                 Michael Lane
Genre:                  Science Fiction Dystopia
Format:                Kindle
Reviewer:            Charlie Kravetz
Stars:                  5/5

This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.

Action, adventure, fighting, a mixture of feelings and emotions.

This is a story after the apocalypse, but it is also the story of one man’s fight to correct a wrong. It is the story of how much doing the right thing can cost a person.

II enjoyed most of this book. It is a good story, from the viewpoint of one man trying to correct a mistake he made in the past. It stirred a lot of emotion within me, and at times drags the reader right inside the story. Although we are allowed a glimpse of the main characters past life at times, it is very clear when we are in the past instead of the present.

The author did an excellent job showing what could happen after the apocalypse. He gave me, as the reader, a look into the future, and allowed me to imagine being there. I could feel the frustration and self-searching of the main characters, and their emotions.

If you enjoy reading post-apocalypse science fiction, this is a great book. If you like science fiction without monsters and zombies, this is a great book. I would recommend this book to all adult readers, I think they will enjoy it without allowing the emotions overwhelming them.