The Carol Of The Reactors by Vishal Suchak is a science fiction novel. Personally, I’m not a huge fan of science fiction but Vishal Suchak has changed my opinion about this genre. The first thing that caught my attention about the book is the title. I loved the way the author picked a title where the science of reactors and the art of carols are brought together.
There are some books on dystopian and apocalyptic genres, mostly by foreign authors. I think this is the first time, I’m reading something like this from an author belonging to my own country. He crafted the novel extremely well. He made sure to put the twists in the right places. That too, definitely unpredictable twists, I must say!
The nuclear contamination after the post apocalyptic situation is inevitable. When the human race is split into two groups – mutated and untainted, the United Nations asks two child counselors to announce this news to the tween-agers. The UN tries its best to keep the balance and maintain the lives of Mutants and Untainted safe. But, things don’t remain that way. Mutants’ lives become harsh in the quarantine zone and they start questioning and resisting. Conspiracy starts brewing.
Given the current situation in the world, this novel grips the readers. The plot is very intelligent. The language is easy to read. Go grab this amazing book in this lockdown period and dive into this well crafted scientific world.
The Carol Of The Reactors is the first book among The Earthlings series. Any age group will love it.
Author: Tricia Copeland
Narrator: Amy Deuchler
Length: 8 hours 37 minutes
Series: Kingdom Journals, Book 2
Publisher: True Bird Publishing LLC
Genre: Fantasy; YARead More “Kingdom of Darkness by Tricia Copeland – Audiobook Blog Tour”
In addition to his declaration he had regained his balance and could stay upright, Roslyn, sensing his feelings of embarrassment, stayed quiet. She also noticed that Elam did not step away from her. His arm still held her next to his side. “Elam, don’t feel that way. You have helped me so many times. Why do you feel uncomfortable that this one time I was able to help you?”
He shook his head. “Not how it’s supposed to be. I know, losing this leg and all, things done changed for me. I ain’t going to have the life a whole man can expect.”
“You are a whole man, Elam. You lost your leg in the war, but you’re still alive. Yes, getting around is more difficult for you now, but everything that makes you a whole person is still there.”