Author: Zoe Cannon

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Review of Walk Through Fire

Review of Walk Through Fire

This is a story about Shea, a girl barely living in a post-apocalyptic world. One day, when she is almost a captured, a girl appears to her and tells her she has a mission from God and sends her to a cult compound which she must destroy. I found the… Read more »

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No Return (Torturer’s Daughter) Review

No Return (Torturer’s Daughter) Review

No Return is the third and final book in the Internal Defense series that started with The Torturer’s Daughter. In this book, the resistance is in danger of being crushed by the regime and Becca must struggle with being the leader that the resistance needs. This book really took everything… Read more »

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Shattered Worlds (YA multi-author) with Giveaway

Shattered Worlds (YA multi-author) with Giveaway

Special sale price of only $0.99! Together these books have over 650 five star reviews! Read these bestselling tales of survival against the odds, dark worlds, dystopian regimes and heroic rebels. Shattered Worlds features six full-length novels from bestselling authors. Immerse yourself in post-apocalyptic civilizations and bleak near-futures where hope… Read more »

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Darkest Worlds: A Dystopian Anthology Review

Darkest Worlds: A Dystopian Anthology Review

This is an anthology from various dystopia series. Proceeds from the book go to Girls Write Now, a charity that promotes literacy of inner-city girls. Since the book is a collection of different stories from different authors, I’m going to review each separately. Nessa: A Breeders Story by Katie French,… Read more »

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Darkest Worlds: A Dystopian Anthology

Darkest Worlds: A Dystopian Anthology

The Darkest Worlds anthology is now out, featuring six novellas..two by authors I have featured (Zoe Cannon and Megan Thomason) The First Unforgivable Thing by Zoe Cannon: When a dissident working undercover as an interrogator is ordered to torture a confession from the only girl he’s ever loved, he chooses… Read more »

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