The Exiles by Ashley Saunders and Leslie Saunders

When I saw this book was up for grabs for just 99p on Kindle, I jumped at the chance to read it! I have read two other books by these authors a few years ago and was really impressed. When there are cliff hangers at the end of every chapter, you just have to keep reading!

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Pulse by B.A.Bellec

What a whirlwind of a book! So many characters and sub plots, and so much going on…. (don’t worry there are never spoilers in my reviews)

It’s set in 2040, where a huge corporations has basically taken over the lives of just about everyone on the planet, and there’s a big scheme to take them down during their biggest ever event. And while that is a story in and of itself, there’s a whole lot more going on…

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Vox by Christina Dalcher.


Book review by Cari Mayhew.  Rating 7/10.

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A country where women can only speak 100 words a day – a novel concept for a dystopian thriller!  The protagonist’s bitterness was palpable, and there were huge stakes at play, making for an intense read. Continue reading Vox by Christina Dalcher.

Starved For You by Margaret Atwood.

Book Review by Cari Mayhew.

Margaret Atwood certainly has a knack for imagining novel structures of society!  In this semi-dystopian setting, civilized society is struggling, and people are encouraged to opt in to living in a prison every other month, and living as normal civilians on the alternate months. Continue reading Starved For You by Margaret Atwood.