Exiles' Escape: a reader review from Online book Club
"This good fictional after war regime book can really make you live the events and the abstraction of the characters, as how to deal with a government when it's weak"
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[Following is a volunteer review of "Exiles' Escape" by W. Clark Boutwell.]
4 out of 4 stars
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This good fictional after war regime book can really make you live the events and the abstraction of the characters, as how to deal with a government when it,s weak and taking control of it's people with no regards of most and main of the human rights we know of today.
The events with the characters and there AI friend in the future can show as how those people and their friends had to deal with the regime and to stay with and guard each other while on the run. the main character had to make really great sacrifices for the greater good and to have the main cause of survival with her mates and to deal with the troubles and dangers of going rug to leave the regime messed up politics.
this book really shows how much sacrifices you have when dealing between submitting or freedom and to have you rights and on what account all of this, dealing with the family and the home friends, or going on the run.
this book have a really good fictional events for the lovers of science fiction, and with a great events simulation of the after war dealings of the regime when every thing is just in it's worse and how the governments and the people will restart the system when there is mostly conflicts between the government and their people and how they are dealing with it.
i enjoyed this book very much, it had a great story with a great fictional events simulations and the way it shows the characterless dealing with the events of this aftermath regime.
I give this book a good 4 out of 4 stars for its good events and action and representations and for ultimately enjoyable reading.