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Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction Reviews

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  • ASIN: ‎ B0BKH4YRLN
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Print length: ‎ 396 pages
  • Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction

The BookViral Review:

MJ McCoy brings us science fiction with a capital ‘S’ in his intricately constructed ‘23 Days to Evolve-Chronicles of Remedy’.

Using this first book of a series to create an exponentially expanding new world as previous existence breaks down on a dramatic series of climactic events, he brings the magic of fantasy and science fiction together in a sliding window of speculation, igniting the imagination as he voraciously tackles the realms of time and space, depicting a fictional society on the brink of an unavoidable social experiment.

Protagonist Jay is one of the first to survive destructive beams of dark energy as they pass completely through the earth- he harnesses his new abilities to secure the precariously balanced fate of humankind, discovering his ability to restore and employ different kinds of energy by using gemstones with his new powers. He sets about creating a strategy for survival whilst honing his abilities, as he heals the sick along the way. Meanwhile, Sia, an alternative being who exists in the earth’s core, takes action to save the physical world, redirecting the dark energy for good by creating a safer fertile environment for survivors.

Conceptually unique, McCoy’s plot brings together universal elements of destruction with political mayhem hot on its heels in a race towards its undoing in an Armageddon-style conclusion. Tension ebbs and flows throughout the novel as evil scientific and political forces battle furiously between themselves and the newly forming society.

McCoy’s creative prowess is demonstrated in his conceptually strong narrative, which is impressive in its creation. He excels at speculative fiction, presenting imaginative and futuristic concepts deeply reflective of the state of the world at present, as the overarching dialogues lay bare psychological reflections of our own desires, hopes and fears for the future.

A great opening novel, ’23 Days to Evolve’ begs for a sequel, as readers become evermore invested in a fearsome but fascinating new world. 

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