Special Feature: The Minders by John Marrs

I don’t read a ton of sci fi but I do enjoy a good dystopian novel and this latest novel by John Marrs sounds like it strikes the perfect balance between dystopian and sci fi that will appeal to a wide audience! This one even has a bit of government conspiracy which is one of the reasons why it caught my eye!

Marrs has written a number of thrillers that have been widely praised but this appears to be his first dystopian/sci fi novel and I am so excited to check it out. It sounds like it’s also going to have some thriller elements so this one looks like it’s going to have broad appeal for audiences. This one boasts a lot of action and suspense which, in my mind, means it will read quick.

If you are looking for a new thriller with a heavy mix of sci fi and dystopian lit then you are going to want to get this one on your radar. Marrs has a large fan base and his thrillers have been widely praised by fans. This one in-particular has already received a lot of hight praise too! While I cannot fit this one on my review schedule for this month, I plan on reading it very soon in the future. It’s out now so if this one sounds appealing to you, then you should grab yourself a copy now!

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Special Feature: WE HEAR VOICES by Evie Green

Today is Friday the 13th and I thought I would have a special feature for an upcoming new release (Out Dec 1) that promised spine tingling thrills! I cannot wait for this one and if you are looking for something a little spooky on this Friday the 13th (or any time really!) then you want to get this one on your radar today!

It’s such a bummer it isn’t out TODAY for the superstitious day, but I am so excited to share all about it with you guys! Early reviewers have been raving about this one and categorizing it as horror, thriller, dystopian, and sci-fi all in one!

I don’t know about you guys but that sounds super interesting to me! I love the creepy kid troupe and I cannot wait to check this one out! Keep reading and reserve your copy using the link below! And be watching for my review!

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Special Feature: Master Class by Christina Dalcher

With her successful and disturbing novel, Vox, Christina Dalcher cranks out another promising novel that will likely disturb us all in equal measure!

This dystopian book sounds like it’s going to have a little sci fi twist as well and I am so excited to check it out!

Dalcher is incredibly gifted at creating realistic situations that readers will no doubt find relatable, interesting, and terrifying. This book promises that and so much more. Keep reading to get all the details and find out where you can pick up a copy of this chilling new release! Continue reading “Special Feature: Master Class by Christina Dalcher”

Re-Post Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher

Last summer I had the pleasure of reading Vox and I can’t tell you how disturbing it was. I loved the book, but even now I remember with such clarity how uncomfortable it was to read because of the current political climate.

Dalcher is a powerful writer and with Vox she has captured a new and more modern look at society but with the same unease and terror as the classic dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale.

I thought about this book long after I was done with it, and still think about it even a year later after reading it! Now it is out in paperback and I am re-sharing my review of Vox to celebrate the paperback release. I think this is an important book that women everywhere should read.

I also have a giveaway going on over on my Instagram page for a copy of this chilling book, so please come by and enter for a chance to win! Continue reading “Re-Post Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher”

Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher

This book came across my desk for review and I immediately knew that I wanted to read it. It’s been compared to The Handmaid’s Tale, which is a tall order, so I was eager to read this one and see what all the fuss was about.

I read The Handmaid’s Tale in college and wasn’t really a fan. I am not a huge Atwood fan and just didn’t love it in that way that I had hoped. Now flash forward a number of years and suddenly The Handmaid’s Tale has taken on an almost cult following.

The political climate and the Hulu adaptation of the book, have made it more popular than ever and I think more and more women are reading and enjoying The Handmaid’s Tale than ever before. I watched one episode of the show and was completely enthralled…..disturbed but enthralled. That said I haven’t finished watching it because it was almost too disturbing.

So when this one came up for review, I was so excited to read it and see how close it came to such an iconic book. Continue reading “Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher”