Dystopian Book Reviews

June 29, 2020
Hell Divers IV

Hell Divers IV by Nicholas Sansbury Smith – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Hell Divers IV This is a great continuation of the Hell divers series. The character progression, the action, the locations, it’s […]
June 29, 2020

Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Open Minds It is a spellbinding and compelling tale. This post contains some affiliate links. If you click through and make […]
June 29, 2020
Dry Run

Dry Run by Lolly Walter– Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Dry Run Lolly created a fascinating world, a compelling plot, and characters that are both broken and relatable.  This post contains […]
June 29, 2020
Silo 49

Silo 49 by Ann Christy – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Silo 49 Good book This post contains some affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase, I’ll earn a […]
June 29, 2020
The Black Key

The Black Key by Amy Ewing – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book  The Black Key This is an amazing read, well put together with a great mix of suspension, love and fear.  This […]
June 29, 2020
Anointed

Anointed by Charity B. – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Anointed This really was my type of book, fiction that draws you in and keeps you enthralled because you know it’s […]
June 29, 2020
Edge of Darkness

Edge of Darkness by Kyla Stone – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Edge of Darkness Such twists, turns and surprises! Not every character is what they seem. This post contains some affiliate links. […]
June 29, 2020
Breaking

Breaking by Heidi Catherine and Tamar Sloan– Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Breaking What a great book! You know how you’re dying to know what’s going to happen so bad you just want […]
June 29, 2020
Philip Dru: Administrator

Philip Dru Administrator by Edward House – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Philip Dru: Administrator  The story in this book helps to explain the way the “leftist” leaders look at the rest of […]