Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Review: Hunger Moon

Hunger Moon Hunger Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Trigger-Warning, will not spell it out, like the other books in this series.
Wow! Feeling bad living in the USA? Reading this book is like dark mirror, and after that you fear for the near future.

This one dark tale, with an up-to-date political climate change that is all to real, and hits the target. FBI is all about chain-of-command and obeying orders, but in this book they seriously question what is ordered and why, going rogue (again) or thinking of it, or thinking of quitting.

It will be interesting to see which way the story turns in the next book. This is a risky path to take for a book, with POTUS used but not named in the book.
As I live in the EU (Germany), I cannot really feel wether the book exaggerates or not.

The integration of the current state of the internet in the story will feel for some like an account of the real-life they are living online, all mentioned without getting too technical.

Recommended, solid 5star (would have given more), a fast read with some philosophy and some supernatural elements, which are well integrated. An interesting story which leaves me with stuff to think about (moral, ethics, protest).

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