Amy’s Reviews || Muck World by CG Lewis

Following the Ever Rain, a global superstorm that melted ice caps, rose sea levels, and forced the survivors to seek higher ground, society exists in makeshifts towns and villages, barely scraping by the best they can in the horrific, muddy circumstances. Civilization as we knew it fell with the rain, and with its fall, dividesContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Muck World by CG Lewis”

Amy’s Reviews || Skid Kids by Michael Franz

Zander is a mutant. Not by choice. Westport made him this way; President Crowley made him this way. The Wastelands are full of mutants like Zander and his younger sister Kensy. They’re victims of the Cleanse– a deadly gas that leaves its survivors deformed. Cast aside by the humans that live in Westport, they areContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Skid Kids by Michael Franz”

Amy’s Reviews || Walls of Orion by T.D. Fox

Orion City is in Quarantine. They have been for a decade now. The people inside have succumbed to the reality of their future– one where they’re never allowed to leave. Yet, the virus that caused them to become prisoners in their own home isn’t an average sickness. It’s a DNA twisting nightmare that transforms normalContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Walls of Orion by T.D. Fox”

Amy’s Reviews || Clandestine by Cynthia Morgan

**This is a sequel review and does contain spoilers. Find my review of Book 1 of the Mercy Series here.** The year is 2446. Tzadkiel, Archangel of Mercy, has somehow found the one merciful person left on Earth. His job is mostly complete with Lourdes at his side. Nothing but his conscious stands between himContinue reading “Amy’s Reviews || Clandestine by Cynthia Morgan”