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DHUNGWANA 2117 - THE DHUNGWANA CHRONICLES (2117-3451) Part 1 Paperback – April 4, 2015
★★★★★ Excerpt from review by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
Dhungwana 2117 is a captivating sci-fi novel that combines a unique and truly fascinating plot and compelling characters to deliver a true sci-fi thriller. The intriguing setting of the story was another exciting factor of the novel that completely blended in with the whole plot andperfectly fitted in every time a new part of the plot was added. Dhungwana 2117 will make a thrilling read for fans of the sci-fi genre, with a dose of romance and hi-tech action.
★★★★ Excerpt from review by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
Dayla and Ian are very interesting characters and each really seems to have a good personality. Living in the future seems to change a few things, but it's still easy to understand what's going on (and the pretty cool technology). I was drawn into the story and it moved along at a good pace. The next book is definitely one that I will read. I was left wanting to know more when I finished Dhungwana2117.
★★★★ Excerpt from review by Dr. Oliva Dsouza for Readers' Favorite
TheDhungwana Chronicles is an exciting adventure that will keep you engrossed and impatiently waiting for the next part in the series. Dayla and Ian grow on you and one can't help but want them to some how discover the truth about the reality at Dhungwana. The humans, humanoids, robots, and hi-tech gadgets in the book sound very realistic and make one wonder whether the human race is responsible enough to handle technology ethically and appropriately. Will evil really triumph over good some day and life as we know today become something totally different?
About the Author
Baibin Nighthawk writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. She is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. She holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and a Certificate in Art (Martenot Arts Plastiques, Paris).
Dominick Fencer writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. He is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. He holds a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and an MBA.
Nighthawk and Fencer are the authors of 'Black Hawk Day Rewind' (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 1), 'Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117- 3451) Part 1' and of 'The High-Yield Vector: A Fast Paced Spy Thriller (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 2)'.
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This was an interesting concept, and I certainly liked the idea of Dhungwana, a single continent of dry land surrounded by the ocean. But there is really nothing new here. Perhaps the erotica content takes it a step ahead of Orwell’s 1984, but the authors plan this as a long series of books, and I’m not sure it will be able to sustain the story line for that long, and keep readers’ interest. But if you like futuristic science fiction with an apocalyptic feel, and rebels fighting to beat a government gone mad with control of its people, then I highly recommend this book and it’s sequels.
I am not a traditional writer, or reader. I do not really care if a comma is occasionally missing, or if a participle dangles at either end of a sentence. If I can read it, and enjoy it, it is doing its job. This book was highly readable, and I did not notice as many grammar issues as sometimes crop up in traditionally published books, so the book was good on that score.
The story takes place in 2117. Our protagonist couple is leading an idyllic life in what seems to be a utopian society on the last bit of un-submerged land on Earth.
Our couple soon discovers that the world they live in was designed to control them, and now it seeks to change them into something other than human. It is changing all their neighbors, friends, and coworkers. It is now concentrating on changing them.
I saw elements of 1984, and a hint of 'Invasion of the Pod People' in this book. This book reads like a science fiction book. The characters and dialogue are fleshed out just enough to carry the story toward the conceptual ends that the Authors want the Reader to reach. This is a standard science fiction technique, so that the facts are not obscured by the storyline. If you enjoy science fiction, you are familiar with this, and will enjoy this story.
This was an entertaining and enjoyable read. I highly recommend it for sci-fi and other nerdy types, and it is a good afternoon read for bright readers everywhere. I think you will enjoy the sharp left turn the story takes at the end, and this is from me, the King of Left Turns.
There is a little bit of erotica in the story and elements from other genres, but this only served to make the entire story a lot more interesting and entertaining. This book is a real win!
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