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    Amazing read, a post apocalyptic thriller

    Wow, just wow. Started reading and couldn't stop. It's the story of what happens when too many of the same people get into leadership roles and change it to suit themselves. It starts with half of the workforce who now have to stay at home and live up to strict limitations.. Who are these people that are treated this way ,you may ask? It's women and girls. Dr. Jean McClellan’s job before the life changing events was trying to help stroke victims with their expressive aphasia. Words come out but don't mean anything to the other person. The President 's brother had an accident with a head injury and wanted Dr McClellan's help to reverse his aphasia. She finally agreed on her terms. This book is great and I don't want to reveal too much, but it beyond rocks. So much in-depth research had to be done before writing this book. I'm extremely impressed by how the writing and the story all came together. I will be recommending it highly, especially to my medical friends, but anyone can read and enjoy it. I am honored to be able to review such a great book from Net Galley and Berkeley Publishing for an honest review and no compensation otherwise.
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    Vox by Christina Dalcher

    A great book!!! A 5 out of 5 rating. One of those books that is impossible to put down. Women in the United States have been limited to 100 words per day and have been removed from the work force. You can feel the main character Jean's tension and frustration...as well as her fear for her children and their future. The characters were very believable...and, unfortunately...some were very relatable to people we know today!!!
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    Scarey, but thought-provoking.

    Easy, quick read. Way too close to home. Worth the time.
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    Vox (spoiler alert)

    The premise of the story is terrifying. The first half of the novel is wonderful dystopian fiction. Unfortunately the second half turns into an action thriller as the story races to a neat and tidy happy ending. I liked it but felt that the story's true potential was wasted.
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    Enjoyable read

    I really enjoyed this book. I did find the first half much better than the second half but overall it was a satisfying read. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys dystopia and The Handmaids Tale.
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