12 Nov 2019

Killer Domes and the Chosen One

Photo of the book cover of Killer Domes and the Chosen One by Gibbo Gibbs
Dystopian
Science Fiction
Post-Apocalyptic

By Gibbo Gibbs

Paperback 136 pages
Publisher Independently published (6 July 2019)







๐Ÿ“•My Review


What an enjoyable little novella this turned out to be. Quick and easy to read, it appeals to both Adult and Young Adult audiences alike.

Photo of the book cover of Killer Domes and the Chosen One by Gibbo Gibbs
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Leaving the safety of their dome, young female protagonist Maz and male sidekick Hap encounter a plethora of dangerous situations and killer robots in their quest to steer the fate of humanity in an entirely new direction.

Anyone who knows me (or reads my reviews) will tell you I'm not a massive Science Fiction or Dystopian fan but occasionally like to dip my toes in. Being only 136 pages long, I couldn't resist giving this one a go. 

The writing style is kind of quirky tongue-in-cheek. Insults are bandied about but no one seems to notice or comment - weirdly strange at first but after a while it's actually rather funny! The characters felt underdeveloped, but that's to be expected with a novella-sized book. The pacing, however, was excellent and it was this that held my interest.

Overall, Killer Domes and the Chosen One was an offbeat entertaining read. It captured my imagination and I enjoyed it.                    

Book Source: Review copy provided by the author
Rating ⭐⭐⭐

๐Ÿ“—The Blurb


As the old world burned, the elite departed to colonise space in search of a new home. Most of the human species perished on earth's surface, but a protected few remained. Many generations passed without question, but now suspicions are starting to rise. Follow the story of Maz and her best friend Hap, as a chance encounter with a stranger lures them into a mission to decide the future of humankind.

๐Ÿ“˜The Author


Photo of author Gibbo Gibbs
Gibbo Gibbs is an author from the UK who lives a mostly nomadic life, spending his time writing and volunteering at animal charities. He plans to publish a range of science-fiction and fantasy stories, and then expand into games in the future.

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