Tag: post-apocalyptic

The Fearless by Emma Pass Review: Bland apocalyptic novel

The Fearless by Emma Pass Review: Bland apocalyptic novel

Fearless has an awesome premise, where soldiers injected with a serum cause them to lack empathy or fear and have therefore taken over the world. After loving ACID, a twisty standalone dystopian with a badass main character, I was looking forward to finding out what this one had in store. Fearless wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t good either. It starts […]

January 14, 2015 | 41 Comments
Series Review: Pandora Jones Admission & Deception by Barry Jonsberg

Series Review: Pandora Jones Admission & Deception by Barry Jonsberg

Where a deadly virus sweeps out the human race and teenagers who are immune are saved and trained for survival, Pandora Jones Admission sounds like your typical post-apocalyptic scenario. It’s actually much more than that, as a blend of post-apocalyptic, thriller and mystery. Pandora was a bit hard to warm to at times as a fairly average teenager, with the power […]

December 8, 2014 | 26 Comments
Giveaway & Review: Brew by David Estes – Post-apocalyptic Witches

Giveaway & Review: Brew by David Estes – Post-apocalyptic Witches

You know how Angelfall broke the barrier for every angel book ever, bringing the post-apocalyptic genre into the mix with the overused angel genre? Brew does exactly the same for witches, and turns them from warty frog turning hags into scary, spell wielding, terrifying creatures who are wiping out the world from their war – Salem’s Revenge. Brew fulfils my thirst […]