A World Torn Down by Rebecca Fernfield

Just the Details: A World Torn Down by Rebecca Fernfield A novel of survival after the apocalypse Genre: Post-apocalyptic Page Count: 664 Publisher: Fruits of All Hallows Pub Date: November 19, 2019 An extinction-level plague is only the beginning. Cassie Morgan watched the world die from the comfort of her penthouse suite. She never expected… Continue reading A World Torn Down by Rebecca Fernfield

Kill Code by Clive Fleury

★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This book took me on so many twisty turns, I was just in awe! I really loved the way the author created this world and pulled me right in. I was right there with Hogan as he tried to make it into the NSC organization! How I Felt: I'm… Continue reading Kill Code by Clive Fleury

The Rain Belongs Here by Julie Rogers

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: This dystopian world was really fascinating. This world had one of the better dystopian governments that I have encountered in this genre and I really enjoyed it. Electronics to monitor safety, and cameras everywhere that are only reviewed if someone's heartbeat gets erratic so that the person can be… Continue reading The Rain Belongs Here by Julie Rogers

The Book of Flora by Meg Elison

Series Book #3: The Road to Nowhere ★★★★★ They have a good library here. I have come to measure every town and village by whether they keep books and how well they keep them.The Book of Flora - Meg Elison My Thoughts: What I Loved: Oh, I loved this book. There were so many times… Continue reading The Book of Flora by Meg Elison

A Light from the Ashes by Rachel Anne Cox

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The writing for this book just pulled you into the story, allowing you to visualize this world and the people. I loved the descriptions of the characters and the places. I was completely immersed in this story. How I Felt: I cannot tell you enough how sucked into this… Continue reading A Light from the Ashes by Rachel Anne Cox

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

“I want to change my punctuation. I long for exclamation marks, but I'm drowning in ellipses.”― Isaac Marion, Warm Bodies ★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Warm Bodies is written with the main character, R as the narrator. As a zombie, he feels a bit different from the other zombies. He is more self-aware and seems to… Continue reading Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Partials by Dan Wells

★★★★★ “Well, thanks for not shooting anyone, I guess", said Marcus. "My contribution was to somehow refrain from peeing myself. You can thank me later.”― Dan Wells, Partials My Thoughts: What I Loved: I loved the character Marcus and his very funny attitude. I loved all the characters in this book. I loved the way this Dystopian… Continue reading Partials by Dan Wells

The Book of Etta (The Road to Nowhere #2) by Meg Elison

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: I love a book series! I hate saying goodbye to a character's story, so the continuation of the series, is always so much fun! This book definitely lived up to that expectation of a series for me, with a bit of a twist. Instead of carrying on the first… Continue reading The Book of Etta (The Road to Nowhere #2) by Meg Elison

Breathe (Breathe #1) by Sarah Crossan

★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: Dystopian novels are always interesting to me. I loved this novel's idea. The world has no oxygen; you pay to breathe manufactured air. This book offered insight into a different version of class separation and I found it so intriguing. How I Felt: I was nervous with the story,… Continue reading Breathe (Breathe #1) by Sarah Crossan

The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison

(The Road to Nowhere Book 1) ★★★★★ My Thoughts: What I Loved: The Book of the Unnamed Midwife is written as a diary of the main character. I found that to be such an intriguing way to tell this story. I loved that at times, she had others write their stories in her diary, so… Continue reading The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison