Monday, October 29, 2012

Review: Kingdom by Anderson O'Donnell

Review: Kingdom by Anderson O'Donnell

IN A GLANCE: A trilling dystopian story!

Title:  Kingdom
Author: Anderson O'Donnell
Publisher:  Tiber City Press
Format: Ebook PDF
Pages:  252 pages
ASIN #:  B0085DY50A

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In a secret laboratory hidden under the desert, a covert bioengineering project—codename “Exodus”—has discovered the gene responsible for the human soul. Somewhere in the neon sprawl outside the nation’s collapsing economic core, a group of renegade monks are on the verge of uncovering a secret that has eluded mankind for centuries. In a glittering tower high above the urban decay, an ascendant U.S. Senator is found dead—an apparent, yet inexplicable, suicide. And in the streets below, a young man races through an ultra modern metropolis on the verge of a violent revolution….closing in on the terrible truth behind Exodus—and one man’s dark vision for the future of mankind. Welcome to Tiber City


First off I want to say that I really enjoyed reading this book, it was very different from the dystopian books I have been reading lately.  Also I read this for a blog tour and I'm very excited to share my thoughts on this book with all of you.

With that being said, I want to talk about the writing style of this book and this amazing author.  I enjoyed the reading every single word of this book.  The descriptions in this story were so perfect that I could so see it all really happening.  I could picture the characters playing out the story before me and I couldn't get enough of it.  I really enjoyed getting to know the characters in this story and getting to know their point of view really brought the story out more for me.

The world this author created is fabulous and very interesting.  I couldn't get enough of the differences in this world.

The only thing I really had a problem with is that I really had to sit down and read this one, its not a very fast read, its one that you really have to pay attention too that way you catch all the details.  That is the only thing I had wrong with it and that's not really a bad thing to be truthful.

I can't wait to see what happens next with this story.  Defiantly a book I will be watching for. 


Plot: 19/20
Character: 20/20
Writing: 20/20
Creativity: 18/20
Ending: 9/10
Cover: 8/10

94 out of 100 = 4 Puppy Rating

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