by Michael A Rothman


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In a post-apocalyptic world ruled by a Governor who is both feared and worshipped, Willow is a seventeen-year-old girl who is just trying to get through her last year of studies. But when her father dies, she experiences strange dreams that change everything about how she looks at the world and at herself.

Haunted by the tragedy, Willow begins pushing herself beyond anything she could have imagined she was capable of. It?s only when she catches the attention of some of the Governor?s minions that her world is turned upside-down.

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ISBN-13: 9780989089494
Publisher: M & S Publishing, L.L.C.
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Pages: 406
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)

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Dispocalypse 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
Five hundred years after a nuclear war we find ourselves in a world of The Forbidding and Dominion. The Forbidding is full of evil, nasty creatures and the Dominion is the human area where we meet Willow. Willow is in her last year at the Academy and is having strange dreams that leave her with some serious fighting skills from her ancestors. With her new skills she decides to start training to be a soldier. But she finds herself exiled to The Forbidding. It seems there is a prophecy for her to fulfill if she can survive. This is a great combination of several different genera’s that worked really well together. I loved the dystopian destruction after the war and the fantasy twist of the dreamwalking. Willow was a strong lead character. I really like how she slowly discovered different abilities. On the down side, this book was a bit scattered in the beginning and had some irrelevant tidbits that could have been left out or fleshed out more. I feel there were certain deaths that were just thrown out there for no reason. So far this looks like a stand-alone book but I do think that it could easily be made into a series. There are some spots that I would love to see a second book about to wrap up some events. I received Dispocalypse from Teddy at Virtual Author Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.