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- Publication date : January 14, 2019
- File size : 3057 KB
- Print length : 175 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B07MQVRLFC
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1794120432
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #893,540 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I really like the idea of the society being stuck inside and having no idea what is going on in the outer world. It offers such a mystery as to what is actually happening in the world of this story when we start reading and it all unravels as we read. From the description I read the “old world Statue of Liberty” and I knew that this would be a book I would enjoy.
And then I just had to know what was going on with the LABOON and the wall. As I was reading I really enjoyed the worldbuilding that Nichole Haines has set up here. There was so much to get lost in. Even when I read about the whole “satanic rules” from the description, I almost didn’t read it because that’s never really been my thing. I’m glad I went ahead and gave it a try.
If you like futuristic scifi dystopian reads than I recommend this book to you. I think you will find a lot of enjoyment here. I’m glad I found a new author to look for.
One story I felt worked well was "3780," a retake of the "wake-up-without-a memory" trope but extremely well done. "perfect Pony" I found oddly disturbing at a very fundamental level. Bot babies was just fun.
I think this book presents itself as light entertainment, as many anthologies do, however the author's insights are at times profound and is always entertainiment.
I didn't particularly find myself engaged with the characters, but I enjoyed the well-written descriptions and details.
On an aesthetic note, the book could use some formatting and editing. Also, paragraphs run very long with exposition and/or action, and this often distracted from my engagement.