Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

★★★★☆ “What was it like for you at the end?” “It was exactly like waking up from a dream.” Station Eleven is one of those books that I am left thinking about long after I’ve turned the last page. It follows the life of Arthur Leander, an actor, starting with the struggle to save his…

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Golden Son by Pierce Brown

★★★★☆ Finishing this I am torn. I really loved Red Rising the first and even the second time that I read it. Darrow quickly became a favorite character, along with Sevro and Mustang, and it was a pleasure to watch him learn and grow as a leader as he struggled to live for more. It…

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Saul of Sodom by Bo Jinn

★★★★☆ Copy provided by the author for honest review. War is, was and always will be one thing and one thing only: the pursuit of power – the will of humanity to unremittingly supersede herself without constraint. Saul of Sodom is a dark dystopian world where martial order rules. Where soldiers take mind altering drugs…

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Going Home by A. American

★★☆☆☆ Going Home is a book about Morgan Carter, who is left stranded when technology suddenly stops. No cars, no phones, no electricity. As society collapses around him he must journey to his home 250+ miles away, where his wife and children wait for him. This book had some pretty fundamental problems. 1. The first…

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