Title: Killer Domes and the Chosen one
Author: Gibbo Gibbs
Genre: Sci-fi Adventure/ Dystopian Sci-fi
Publication: Independently published
Length: 138 Pages (Paperback)
Source: Review Copy by Author
As the old world burned, the elite departed to colonise space in search of a new home. Most of the human species perished on earth’s surface, but a protected few remained. Many generations passed without question, but now suspicions are starting to rise. Follow the story of Maz and her best friend Hap, as a chance encounter with a stranger lures them into a mission to decide the future of humankind.
The book is a dystopian novella set in times when humans after the devastation on earth went to colonise space but a few of the non-elite were abandoned on earth to succumb and vanish soon. Some of the lucky ones lived and were inhabiting in their respective domes without any clue of the presence of several others just like theirs. One of the domes is carrying out questionable missions which are life-threatening for the dwellers. Mitch, is ‘The Chosen One’ & is on a task to save lives from extinction.
But how will he do that? Maz is sure that her dome leader, Bel is concealing something from them. What is that she is withholding from everybody? Will Maz ever get to know the truth from Bel? Or will she go on an exploration to find her own answers to her scepticisms? Find out about the Killer domes and their dwellers by getting a copy for yourself today.
🌀The book is a debut novel of the author but truly speaking his writing style was so bright, thorough and interactive that I didn’t felt it be his first.
🌀 I loved the little humour the author used especially between Logan and Mitch and also Hap and Maz( esp. The meat conversation😄). Also, I loved their friendship.
🌀 I had almost forgotten about the character while reading and that turned out to be the sinner until I reached the climax. And I was shocked.
🌀 It was a short read but was illustrative and expressive.
🌀 The only place I felt I wanted more from the story was the ending. I wanted it to be little overblown and I felt I want to read ahead but it ended.
🌀 Overall it was a nice, short sci-fi read and you can finish it in a single sitting.
I wish to read more of the author’s work because I personally liked his soothingly expressive writing style.
Gibbo Gibbs is an author from the UK who lives a mostly nomadic life, spending his time writing and volunteering at animal charities. He plans to publish a range of science-fiction and fantasy stories, and then expand into games in the future.
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