Book Review Oasis

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There is nothing more I love then relaxing with a nice cup of tea and a good book.

I have been reading a lot of non fiction lately, but this weekend I decided to switch it up and escape into a fiction book. As you all know I am a huge fan of The Hunger Games, and the Divergent series, which is how I stumbled on Oasis. I was lucky enough to receive this book in advance for review. Oasis is set to be a series, and I can not wait for the next book.

Oasis The Last Humans Book 1 is a dystopian fantasy set in a post-apocalyptic world, which I thought I might be sick of at this point, I mean lets be real, there are a LOT of books with this description. But, I honestly really liked this book, I finished it in one weekend at home.

Throughout the book, the main character, Theo, talks to himself, or his imaginary friend, at least we think, Theo isn’t sure if he’s crazy or not, and neither was I, which is why I got hooked. Theo lives in a world where the planet has been destroyed, and all survivors are separated into groups by age. This Oasis that has survived because of a barrier which was set up to keep all the bad things away from the residents. Its an interesting future, and because Theo is classified as a “Youth” we get to experience him going to college, learning about history which will be very familiar to you.
Oasis started out slow, but really paid off with the amount of twists and turns and an ending I never saw coming. I loved the characters, and I can not wait to see what they do next!
Oasis is available on Amazon paper back or Kindle versions.

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