Edge of Obsession by Megan Crane

3 April 2017 Sarah 0

The first book in Megan Crane’s new series The Edge, Edge of Obsession, starts with a bang (or two – hehe!).  It’s a strange, post-apocalyptic world where these Viking-sorts are plundering the mainland – a mainland that is plagued with no electricity and very rudimentary living arrangements.  If you’re looking for […]

Mixed Signals by Alyssa Cole

23 November 2015 Sarah 0

The third novel in Alyssa Cole’s Off the Grid series, Mixed Signals, may pick up a few years after Signal Boost (read my review here), but the world is still in flux from the Flare (a large solar flare that knocked out much of the world’s electrical system).  While the world begins […]

Shadows of Fate by Angela Dennis

7 September 2015 Sarah 0

It’s a fantastic feeling when a book recommendation surpasses expectations.  Shadows of Fate by Angela Dennis did just that. An example of great world-building within the story, that doesn’t overwhelm the reader with too much information to process at once, is Shadows of Fate. The story follows Brenna, a Shadow Bearer banished to […]

Signal Boost by Alyssa Cole

31 August 2015 Sarah 0

I don’t think I can explain how much I love this series by Alyssa Cole. There’s a compelling combination seriousness amid such danger in this post apocalyptic world, but there’s also an element of humanity – both good and bad. What happens when electricity fails and people are left to figure […]

Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

30 July 2015 Nicole 0

When I saw Rachel Caine had a new book…and series…out, I was super excited and couldn’t wait to read it. I loved the Morganville Vampires series and the premise of Ink and Bone and the whole Great Library series really piqued my interest.  Sadly, I couldn’t finish it which makes me sad. […]

The Veil by Chloe Neill

23 July 2015 Nicole 0

And it’s official (although I’ve pretty much known for a while…but hey, denial was a good state LOL), Chloe Neill is SOOO on my “auto-buy, I don’t care what book it is” list.  When I saw she was coming out with a new series, Devil’s Isle, I couldn’t wait to get […]

Depth by Lev AC Rosen

8 July 2015 Natassia 0

With a setting that feels incredibly exotic with a mix of a cautionary tale, New York becomes a post-apocalyptic water city in Depth by Lev AC Rosen. Rosen brings investigation to the waterlogged landscape for a twisting narrative. Depth combines hardboiled mystery and dystopian science fiction in a future where the […]

The Buried Life by Carrie Patel

18 August 2014 Natassia 0

The thrill of Steampunk investigation captures the reader in Carrie Patel’s The Buried Life. With a setting that is reminiscent of a post apocalyptic Victorian island, Patel weaves a tale of intrigue. A charming ensemble makes the plot immersive and creates an altogether good read. The gaslight and shadows of […]

The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R Carey

28 July 2014 Natassia 2

A phenomenal entry into the zombie apocalypse genre, M.R Carey’s The Girl With All the Gifts is a book for the ages. Carey brings to life a world which is so believable yet foreign; a fact which works wonderfully against the backdrop of the United Kingdom. The story line is […]

Peacemaker by Marianne de Pierres

21 July 2014 Natassia 0

Australia is turned into a fuse of sci-fi standards and wild west in the first installment in a new series by Marianne de Pierres. Peacemaker takes the clichés and turn them on its head. de Pierres creates a story that has the familiarity of a buddy cop dynamic with the […]

Morningside Fall by Jay Posey

28 June 2014 Natassia 0

The Duskwalker Series continues with the second installment in Morningside Fall. Jay Posey brings us back to the post apocalyptic world where monsters aren’t quite what they seem. Despite the pitfalls of Three, Posey shifted the focus to the intriguing perspective of a young boy. With this new outlook, life […]

To Sail a Darkling Sea by John Ringo

12 March 2014 Natassia 0

The highly anticipated second installment of the Black Tide Rising series did not disappoint with To Sail a Darkling Sea. John Ringo returns us to his eerily realistic world of post apocalyptic survival. Through action, humor, and the play of right and responsibility, Ringo brings us to a new battlefield- that […]

Ex-Purgatory by Peter Clines

17 January 2014 Natassia 0

Peter Clines brings us the latest installment of his Ex series in Ex-Purgatory. With a thrilling setting of post apocalypse Los Angeles, Clines brings to life a world full of geek mashups- most notably mixing zombies with The Matrix. Clines delivers an interesting read with a quest that is unexpected. […]

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Proxy by Alex London

11 September 2013 Natassia 0

With debt at the heart of the society, you’re either born in to luck or born into servitude. With this intriguing premise,  Alex London’s Proxy tells a story of brotherhood, enemies and coming of age.  London’s take on the young adult postapocalytic genre and plays on the realistic future in an […]

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Three by Jay Posey

10 September 2013 Natassia 0

Jay Posey’s Three is a new addition to the post apocalyptic genre. With a novel that plays out more like a movie, Posey sets a fast paced tone early on. The world of Three has an eerie creepiness to it despite the novel’s ups and downs. Posey brings a conviction to […]