Don’t Be Fooled! “418: I Am a Teapot” is on to Something

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“418: I Am a Teapot” is not a computer science book. Don’t be fooled by the name. The near-future dystopian sci-fi novel is an engaging fictional world that will leave you a lot to think about. Debutant Edgar Scott pools his technical expertise, personal observations, and fair for writing into the thought-provoking thriller – “418: … Read more

Edgar Scott Questions the Cost of Technology on the Premise of 418: I Am a Teapot

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Some things are irreversible. The actual cost of technology and immersive internet is incomprehensible. You’d hope to not wake up to the world of 418: I Am a Teapot, a near-future dystopian novel by author Edgar Scott. It’s a world where people surrender their bodies in exchange for a virtual fantasy world of bottomless enjoyment. But here’s … Read more

S:02 E:17 Books That Make You Laugh At Our Crumbling Future, with Bill McCormick and Desiree Duffy

  Sometimes speculative fiction takes us on harrowing paths, but with an overall dry and entertaining sensibility. The writers who take us on such adventures are often some of the most fun — and frightening — to engage with.  Case in point: Bill McCormick, author of “The Brittle Riders Trilogy”, described as “Lord of the … Read more

Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls, Warns of a Totalitarian American Dictatorship

Debra Tash’s Book, Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls is Relevant in Today’s Political Climate Author Debra Tash warns of certain ruin should the United States fall under a totalitarian dictatorship in her recent dystopian novel, Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls.   In Last Call, Tash forecasts America’s … Read more

Last Call America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls – THE Dysopian Novel to Read

The dystopian genre of books is my absolute favorite, followed closely by the romance genre. However, the two almost never co-exist well in literature. This is why I was surprised by Last Call. This political, speculative fiction novel combines my two favorite genres astonishingly well. Last Call tactfully intertwines a love story with a dystopian plot … Read more

Debra Tash Tells All

I cannot get enough of dystopain novels. I like the thrill and suspense, but most of all I love relating a fictional outlook to our current experiences. Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls is my new favorite dystopian novel. The book opens in a small town with a pair of sisters just trying to … Read more

Read a Passage From XX v XY: The Final World War

XX v XY: The Final World War is predicting the future and it doesn’t look good. In this dystopian future novel the President of East America is head of a sick and cruel beauty pageant. Helpless young women are chosen to be physically altered and brainwashed. Read this passage from the prologue to discover more. … Read more

Slash Some Shamblers In Justina Ireland’s Dread Nation

“See, the problem in this world ain’t sinners, or even the dead. It is men who will step on anyone who stands in the way of their pursuit of power.” – Dread Nation   While dystopian novel XX vs XY imagines a future divided by gender, Justina Ireland revisits the most divisive era in the history … Read more

8 Unputdownable Books – They’re THAT Good

If you’ve ever read an unputdownable book you know the thrill of starting a new book and not having the willpower to stop reading. Unputdownable books captivate you from page one and keep you on the edge of your seat until you’re finished. The pages fly by as you race to the finish, excited to … Read more