Review: Book: Radioactive Revolution- Richard Hummel


Title: Radioactive Revolution

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Richard Hummel

Publisher: Hummel Books

Genre: Sci-Fi

Page Count: 492 Pages


Author or Book Website:

Link to Amazon purchase page: Radioactive Evolution

Link to Goodreads: Radioactive Evolution

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Decimated by nuclear war, humanity stands at the precipice of extinction. The rich and powerful take to the oceans and skies on floating utopias, escaping destruction and forcing everyone else to fend off mutated creatures that roam the world.

At the turn of the third millennium, earth’s remaining survivors glimpse hope when a brilliant scientist invents nanotechnology, and mankind finally has a chance to push back against the walls of their radioactive prisons.

No longer enslaved within the safe zone, Jared embraces the new technology. He plunges deep into the twisted, scarred wastelands and unwittingly binds himself to a being of great power. But a discovery breeds doubt and fear; the nanomachines surging inside his body are killing him!

Faced with this new reality, Jared must become an apex predator to survive. He must surpass human limitations to defeat those in power and bring justice to any deserving.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. The idea and story behind this was good, but Jared seemed a little off to me. I would have like a bit more detail and adventure. It left me wanting more and more from it, but there just seemed to be something missing.

My Rating of the Book: 3 Stars

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