TOP FINDS IN THE 'END OF WORLD' READS

The Lesser Evil

by Daniel Settanni

 

What's it about?

Little water, less food, and all but no hope. A wall keeps one of the last vestiges of society safe, but it can't protect its denizens from themselves.

If you could save one person, who would it be? A child? A lover? Yourself?

Why You Should Read this Book?

 

...because this read doesn't treat the reader like idiot by over simplifying the story into good verse evil.  Instead, the reads takes you on a complex journey on how one must navigate through a world in disarray in order to survive. 

 

...because  this story doesn't focus on just one controversial theme.  It covers everything from religion to politics, resembling how everyone is the sum of these ideals.

What Others are Saying!!

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"The Lesser Evil will entertain you, tease you, and have you asking serious questions about mankind's destiny. It will force you to watch each step the protagonist takes, unveiling clues as it develops. I found it to be a very satisfying read with an absorbing, irresistible setting and plot." ~ Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite

World Mart (Volume 1)

by Leigh M.  Lane

What's it about?

George Irwin remembers a time before the Big Climate Change, back when the airlines were still in business, back when people still drove their own cars and the bulk of humanity had not yet been driven underground. Back when all people were still people despite their eye color or which class they were born into. . . .

The world has changed much over his lifetime, but George still believes in the American Dream. However, when an alleged terrorist act lands his wife in the hospital, George stumbles upon a secret that could mean the end of all civilization.

Why You Should Read This Book?

..because  if you can't tell how close this story's reality is to the reality then you're blind and need to read this book, not only for the thrill of the story but for a lesson socioeconomic.

 

...because this  read tells you what happens when someone actually plays Monopoly all the way through and wins .

 

What Others are Saying!!

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"...This book is different from all other books I read.  Even when I considered all the books I read in dystopia genre, there is nothing like it.  Compelling, Amazing read."

Eden

by  G.C. Julien

Edited by Nikki Busch

 

What's it about?

 

In 2064, America faced the deadliest gender war in history.

Civilization collapsed and millions died.

Now, in a daunting world without electricity or societal laws, revered feminist leader Eve Malum guides surviving women to safety—to a utopian haven known as Eden—where she forbids the male gender from ever entering.

But as Eve struggles to keep her paradise safe, the line between good and evil begins to blur.

Why You Should Read This Book?

...because you won't be able to predict what's coming next while the author forces to take a different and deep dive into society's view of what inequality really means.

 

 

What Others are Saying!!

"...This book forces you to experience every emotion possible. Anger, hate, fury, love, happiness, hope, etc. A very unique and disturbing apocalyptic scenario where men declare war on women! This mess shows what happens when both sides do bad things and sterotypes and prejudice get in the way of reasonable thought..."

"...This books get at the heart of why we need to Quit trying to read people my misconceived labels and truly see people for who they really are- good and bad..."

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