Official Review: Post-Apocalyptic Paradise

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Thanks for a well detailed review. I know whom to recommend this book to.
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This story seems intriguing and puzzling at the same time. The author knows how to engage an audience. I enjoyed your review.
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I like stories that start slowly, so that won't stop me from enjoying this book. Apocalyptic themes are even better! Fantastic review, Kandscreeley!
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Tayejim1 wrote: 01 Oct 2020, 05:49 A unique plot. However, extreme gore is not my thing. I'll pass on this one. I enjoyed reading your review.
I understand. It's certainly gory, which won't be for everyone. Thanks for commenting!
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Chigo Nwagboso wrote: 02 Oct 2020, 13:24 Thanks for a well detailed review. I know whom to recommend this book to.
I hope whoever it is will enjoy this. Thanks for your comment.
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Rashida10 wrote: 02 Oct 2020, 15:22 This story seems intriguing and puzzling at the same time. The author knows how to engage an audience. I enjoyed your review.
I think that about sums it up. Thanks for commenting!
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Olabode Joshua wrote: 04 Oct 2020, 11:52 I like stories that start slowly, so that won't stop me from enjoying this book. Apocalyptic themes are even better! Fantastic review, Kandscreeley!
Well, I hope that you'll enjoy this. The slow start does pay off in the end. Thanks!
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This sounds like a book right up my alley. A very Project Tau vibe. Thanks for your recommendation.
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rahilshajahan wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 12:16 This sounds like a book right up my alley. A very Project Tau vibe. Thanks for your recommendation.
Well, having read both, I'm not sure I would equate the two. They're just different. Thanks for commenting!
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I like the title of the book. It seems to complement with the storyline. But I wonder why is it Paradise🤔
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kandscreeley wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 18:56
rahilshajahan wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 12:16 This sounds like a book right up my alley. A very Project Tau vibe. Thanks for your recommendation.
Well, having read both, I'm not sure I would equate the two. They're just different. Thanks for commenting!
Have you read the second book Homecoming in the Tau series. It does give a post-apocalyptic perspective.
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Mental health problems in the frames of a dystopian novel sound really intriguing and provocative. I am really sorry this book had so many editorial issues, but I would still give this one a try. Thank you very much for this amazing review!
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I've never had an interest in science and scientific matters. I'm not sure I want to start now. I know people who love this genre will appreciate it better, so let me give way for them.
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shamayelnur wrote: 06 Oct 2020, 01:20 I like the title of the book. It seems to complement with the storyline. But I wonder why is it Paradise🤔
That's a good question. I guess you'll have to read the book to find out. ;)
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rahilshajahan wrote: 06 Oct 2020, 01:55
kandscreeley wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 18:56
rahilshajahan wrote: 05 Oct 2020, 12:16 This sounds like a book right up my alley. A very Project Tau vibe. Thanks for your recommendation.
Well, having read both, I'm not sure I would equate the two. They're just different. Thanks for commenting!
Have you read the second book Homecoming in the Tau series. It does give a post-apocalyptic perspective.
Yes, I was the official reviewer on both. I still wouldn't compare the books. That's just me.
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