Tag: post-apocalyptic

  1. Book Review: Raging Star (Dust Lands Book 3) by Moira Young

    Raging Star (Dust Lands Book 3) by Moira Young New Eden is a paradise: a fertile land surrounded by post-apocalyptic wastelands. New Eden holds promise and hope for the future, and one man, DeMalo, who calls himself The Pathfinder, has a vision of leading humanity into that future. DeMalo feels…

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  2. Book Review: Rebel Heart

    Rebel Heart Dust Lands Book 2 by Moira Young Warning: this review may contain spoilers for the first book, *Blood Red Road.* If you haven’t read *Blood Red Road,* I highly recommend it! It’s about an incredibly tough heroine on a quest to save her brother in a…

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  3. Book Review: The Boy at the End of the World

    The Boy at the End of the World by Greg van Eekhout Fisher’s first moments of life could end up being his last. Born from a pod of bubbling gel, he comes to awareness in a lab that is collapsing around him. Fisher manages to escape with the help…

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  4. Book Review: Rot & Ruin

    Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry Benny Imura was just a toddler on First Night, when the world fell to the zombies, but he has flashes of memory from that night. He remembers his half-brother Tom taking him and running away, leaving his mother behind to become one of the…

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  5. Book Review: The Stand graphic novels

    The Stand: Captain Trips The Stand: American Nightmares Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Mike Perkins Based on The Stand by Stephen King Stephen King’s The Stand is one of my favorite books of all time. It’s one of those books that I go back to and reread from time to time.…

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  6. Old-School Apocalypse April at Parenthetical

    Sam at Parenthetical.net is having an “Old-School Apocalypse April” this month. Throughout April, she’ll be rereading “old favorite” apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic books from the 1980s to see how they hold up. Check out the Old-School Apocalypse April here.…

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  7. Book Review: POD

    POD by Stephen Wallenfels At exactly 5:00am on March 14, the invasion begins. It starts with a horrible screeching noise, then black spheres descend from the sky and vaporize people and cars in the streets with beams of light. After the streets are cleared, the spheres just hang there,…

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  8. Book Review: The Diamond of Darkhold

    The Diamond of Darkhold The Fourth Book of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau It’s been a tough winter in the village of Sparks. A caved-in roof damaged much of their already short food supply, and there had been an unusual number of illnesses and accidents. Lina and Doon are still…

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  9. Book Review: The Keeper's Shadow

    The Keeper’s Shadow The Longlight Legacy, book 3 by Dennis Foon In this exciting and powerful conclusion to The Longlight Legacy, time is running out as Darius, Master of the City, begins to accelerate his plans towards an unknown purpose. People are dying, victims of a new technology that…

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  10. Book Review: freewalker

    freewalker by Dennis Foon The Longlight Legacy, book 2 In The Dirt Eaters, Roan and his sister Stowe were the only survivors of Longlight, a town living by principles of peace and hidden away from a world devastated by war and toxic waste, until it was destroyed by raiders and…

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