Monday, August 27, 2012

Drayling by by Terry J. Newman ebook review

Twenty-fifth century Drayling, and Britain as a whole, has benefited greatly from advances in technology and medical science, and life in the Graves' household, and in those of their friends and colleagues, is secure, clear and very content. The desire and need for clarity, truth and order has motivated communities to live in harmony, abandoning any potentially controversial aspects or ways of life, including all religions, in favour of a modern civilised society that upholds order, simplicity, honesty, love and honour as its ideals. However, the death of the Premier brings a significant shift in approach - which forces a small group of ordinary people to conclude that they have no alternative but to take radical action to protect their way of life.


This is a little different than what I usually read but I thought it was very well done and definitely one I recommend to science fiction fans who usually would read this kind book. I could very well imagine all that was going on in the story and the characters. Actually ended up dreaming about this book last night right which doesn't happen often. Anyways I highly recommending and I think I will be reading this book again in the future.

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I give this 4 out of 5

*I have received a free copy of this eBook for my honest review*

1 comment:

  1. Have just downloaded a sample of this book because your review sounded fascinating. I like dystopian fiction. If this novel grabs my attention I will buy it.