Dystopian Book Reviews

June 29, 2020

Crash II: Highrise Hell by Michael Robertson – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Crash II: Highrise Hell This author compels you to read, to finish. He without effort caused me to cry and sometimes […]
June 29, 2020

Torment by Scarlett Dawn – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Torment  Another awesome addition to the series! Megan is a great, down to earth character, practical and contemporary in every way.  […]
June 29, 2020

Rubber City Ruins by Tara Summerville – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Rubber City Ruins Apocalyptic sci-fi story that is dark and brooding This post contains some affiliate links. If you click through […]
June 29, 2020

Floating Worlds by Cecelia Holland – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Floating Worlds  Written in 1975 it foreshadows future civilizations, environmental disasters and human evolution. This post contains some affiliate links. If […]
June 29, 2020

Sons and Lovers Illustrated by David Herbert Lawrence – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Sons and Lovers Illustrated An affecting portrait of a mining family torn apart by class divisions and individual desire at the […]
June 29, 2020

Instigator by Nicole Ciacchell – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Instigator Smartly plotted finale to the trilogy! Dara’ s transition through the course of the series is poignant and masterful. This […]
June 29, 2020

World of Trouble by Ben H. Winters – Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book World of Trouble Winters, a major talent, gives us the best realized world on the verge of annihilation that this reviewer […]
June 29, 2020

Drone by Jackson Dean Chase– Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book Drone Believable characters, some devilish villains, plenty of action and explosions, even a touch of romance. This post contains some affiliate […]
June 29, 2020

The Victory Perspective by E.J. Kellett– Dystopian Books Review

Summary of the Dystopian Book The Victory Perspective Kellett’s novel is an increasing joy to read until it stops. One can hope the unfolding of the […]