Title: After Earth's Fall
Genre/Sub-Genre: Into the Void, intergalactic realm and Dystopian/Apocalyptic Fiction
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Written By: Sophie Louise
Tags Used: #action #adventure #betrayal #catastrophy #corruptgovernment #cover-up #crisis #dystopian #featured #fiction #friendship #future #futuristicgovernment #mystery #planets #romance #science #sciencefiction
Summary: "Humanity's pride and greed will be the death of us" In 2025 B.E.F that saying couldn't have been more than true. After a devastating nuclear explosion had scorched one side of the world, people were forced to leave their home planet to Mars. A few millenniums after the global crisis, an ambitious girl, Nila, aspires to go to Earth like the rest of her colleagues. Though, when she arrives, it's not what she had expected and she suspects something much sinister is going on.
Review: Although I have dabbled on occasion reading some science fiction, I am not one to go out my way to seek one to read, but from time to time a story catches my attention, and I give it a try. Stumbling upon After Earth's Fall by Sophie Louise, the cover captivated my attention. The presentation was so great that it had me thinking it was a published book, checking out the author's page and making sure that the book was complete and available in full for me to read, I decided to give it a try.
The first few lines got me thinking something was very familiar but yet mysterious. Reading it further, I was able to pinpoint the familiarity. This is not a knock or endorsement of any show, but the book as I read on had the 100 vibes going on. I loved the television show, but the similarities kept me on the fence, on the one hand, I loved the plot the storyline and all that the author was trying to convey in the story but the other hand I didn't want to deal with a repeat or a fanfiction. Putting my skepticism aside, I had to read on for my girl Nila, which turned out to be one of the best decisions I have made in a long time.
In terms of the readability, the use of proper punctuations and grammar makes the content a content worth reading. There also seem to be what some might dub excessive words usages applied, and although sometimes in a particular context, it might miss the mark, Sophie involves the right amount to help with the flow of information. Sophie writing style although worldly has that je ne sais quoi that helps complement the story and makes the readers feel engaged and keeps you holding on to your device not wanting to put it down till you are done reading it.
If you are looking for something unusual and new to read, give the content a read, and you will not regret it.
Reviewed By: Kate
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