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The Rose (Vol. 1) A Dystopian Science Fiction Thriller Book Review

I just finished reading author P.D. Alleva’s new book The Rose (Vol.1). In less than a day, I journeyed through a post-World War III world manipulated by space vampires and grey witches conducting Nazi-like experiments on humans – and loved it. Alleva’s masterfully woven dystopian science fiction thriller stuck its hooks into me and didn’t …

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We Need to Talk About Brave New World. There’s More to It Than You Think.

Aldous Huxley’s dystopian/utopian novel Brave New World is one of the foundational books of dystopian science fiction. Written in 1931 and published in 1932, Huxley’s book takes troubling circumstances from the 1930s to the utmost extreme, in a satirical manner. The book glosses over events and incidents and focuses more on philosophical ideas. Brave New …

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