Thursday, November 19, 2015

Book Review | NIRVANA by J.R. Stewart

Final Draft

  NIRVANA by J.R. Stewart
November 10, 2015; 
Blue Moon Publishers
When I read the 1st draft, I have to be honest, I was not excited enough despite the authenticity of the premise. Then, I got offered to read it again, because JR Stewart basically rewrote the whole book based on the reader’s feedback.

I’m glad that I agreed!

Nirvana is the 1st installment of a three-part series. Everything started with the extinction of bees. It seems irrelevant, but no. Without the bees, there was zero pollination in our future. Soon the whole ecosystem got affected. There are people fighting to bring it all back, but there are powerful people who work to amass great profit from the situation. Instead, most people are pacified by the virtual reality world, Nirvana, created by the big corporation Hexagon.

The perspective of the story is not far-fetched from the reality we live in right now. The environmental issues we are facing, the voracious appetite of the society for computer-generated escape, and big companies taking advantage of the aforementioned situations -these are the reality of our present lives. Relating to this story is not difficult.

Find out who fights along with Andrew and Larissa to gain back what was lost. Find out where reality ends and make-believe begins in this new exciting series.

Book details:
Title:  Nirvana
Author:  J.R. Stewart
Publication:  November 10, 2015; Blue Moon Publishers
Genre:  Science Fiction
Rating:  3.5 stars

*Again, thanks to Blue Moon Publishers for sharing a copy in exchange for this unbiased review.


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