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Moths

Moths by Jane Hennigan, Angry Robot, paperback, £9.99 Reviewed by Stephen Frame If you like a dystopian thriller, Moths is your next read. This is a read-it-in-four-big-gulps book. A sit-up-until-4am-on-a-school-night book. Let’s start with the basics. A pandemic spread by mutated moths has killed half the male population of the… Read More »Moths

The front cover for The Finery by Rachel Grosvenor. The front cover shows a road under ground with lights in the ceiling. There is the image of a wolf's eye over the whole scene.

The Finery

The Finery by Rachel Grosvenor from @fly_press #BookReview #Dystopia #DystopianFiction The Finery by Rachel Grosvenor Fly on The Wall Press, ebook, £4.79 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming The Finery are here to help you. To make your life easier. They control who has access to certain materials from the library, so… Read More »The Finery

The front cover for World Running Down by Al Hess. There is a red camper van in the front right hand side of the page. The landscape around them is a desert with mountains in the distance. There are two people sitting on the van's roof.

World Running Down

World Running Down by Al Hess from @angryrobotbooks #BookReview #Futuristic #Dystopia World Running Down by Al Hess Angry Robot Books, £9.99 Reviewed by Nadya Mercik World Running Down is a story both layered and simple. On the one hand, it is a road journey with a mission to accomplish. It… Read More »World Running Down

the front cover for Wayward by Chuck Wendig. There is a small house in the lower left hand side of the page with a person walking through snow towards it. Behind the house are tree covered mountains. Most of the page is covered by a dark sky with white lights shining across it

WAYWARD by Chuck Wendig from Del Ray #BookReview #dystopian #horror #thriller WAYWARD by Chuck Wendig Del Rey, Hardback, £22 Reviewed by Stephen Frame Wayward is the sequel to Wanderers, Chuck Wendig’s novel about a world-ending pandemic. Like Wanderers, Wayward is part techno-thriller, part dystopian SF, and part horror story, told… Read More »

Available for Pre-Order, Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @panmacmillan

Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky Pan Macmillan, HB, £16.59 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Liff’s grandfather was the captain of the ark spaceship Enkidu, one of the large ships that carried thousands of people from Earth when the planet died. The ship travelled for centuries before reaching Imir, a world… Read More »Available for Pre-Order, Children of Memory by Adrian Tchaikovsky from @panmacmillan

Negalyod The God Network by Vincent Perriot, Florence Breton, Montana Kan and Lauren Bowes from Titan Comics

Negalyod The God Network by Vincent Perriot, Florence Breton, Montana Kan and Lauren Bowes Titan Comics, hb, £27.59 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Negalyod is a post-apocalyptic dystopia where humans live in mega-cities and are monitored by the Network. The city, Station 3703, is divided with most of the population crammed… Read More »Negalyod The God Network by Vincent Perriot, Florence Breton, Montana Kan and Lauren Bowes from Titan Comics