Official Review: Post-Apocalyptic Paradise

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Ellylion wrote: 06 Oct 2020, 06:05 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!
I do hope that you enjoy it. Everyone is different, and I'm sure this book will fit someone perfect to a tee, even with the editorial issues. Thanks!
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Cynthia Olyy wrote: 06 Oct 2020, 08:21 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.
I understand. The science fiction genre isn't for everyone. I hope that you find someone that will enjoy it.
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I always love a dystopian novel with an intriguing premise. This one definitely has it. I hope to come across this book someday. Great review.
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lavenderbooks20 wrote: 06 Oct 2020, 23:44 I always love a dystopian novel with an intriguing premise. This one definitely has it. I hope to come across this book someday. Great review.
If you do find time to read it, I hope you'll enjoy it. Thanks for commenting.
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Wow, this book sounds like the video game Fallout! I bet lots of gamers would like the violence and excitement of this dystopian book. Thanks for your review!
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HannahsReads wrote: 14 Oct 2020, 15:33 Wow, this book sounds like the video game Fallout! I bet lots of gamers would like the violence and excitement of this dystopian book. Thanks for your review!
I can definitely see where it could become a video game or be based on a video game for sure! I've never played Fallout, though. Thanks so much for commenting.
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Great book. I love the fact that it talks about depression and gives people who are undergoing it hope that they're not alone. I will definitely give it a try. Great review
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MURANGA9 wrote: 14 Oct 2020, 20:06 Great book. I love the fact that it talks about depression and gives people who are undergoing it hope that they're not alone. I will definitely give it a try. Great review
I hope you'll find it enjoyable. It's a fun way to discuss such heavy topics. Thanks.
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The plot is unique and seems worthy of a read in general. However, it also seems the events occasionally take sullen turns. I don’t know what the effect of that might be but I think I might give this a read.

Great review!
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Pearl Akpan wrote: 04 Nov 2020, 13:36 The plot is unique and seems worthy of a read in general. However, it also seems the events occasionally take sullen turns. I don’t know what the effect of that might be but I think I might give this a read.

Great review!
It was definitely interesting. I do hope that you read it and enjoy. Thanks!
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