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Survivors of the Sun, Mia Kingslie

Dystopian & Post Apocalyptic, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Space Opera

Georgia was not a survivalist and she did not have a bug out plan. She was a happily married woman, at home with three children and their Boston Terriers. In an instant everything changed. The power went off, and no-one knew why. By nightfall, Nathan, her husband had still not returned. In time, the water stopped running. With only three days of food left in the house and dwindling water supplies, she has no choice but to flee Kansas City.
Their world changes dramatically, entering a post-apocalyptic age, with looting, rioting and violence becoming the norm. As they escape across country, Georgia has to overcome her fears and keep her loved ones safe. Together they face heart wrenching decisions as they encounter the inconceivable. 
Their journey leads them through a harsh new reality. The struggles and hardships that they endure, threaten their very existence, testing their loyalty, fortitude and love for each other in ways they could never have imagined.

Survivors of the Sun is a unique dystopian novel, full of poignant themes and thrilling moments that will ensure readers are captivated from start to finish. Ever since discovering Survivors of the Sun, I knew that I had to read this story and get lost in its story, thanks to the description. The description alludes to a bizarre event that forever changes the world and people’s lives, and I was intrigued as well as desperate to find out more, and so I began to read Survivors of the Sun. Survivors of the Sun is an excellent book, and from the start, I found myself hooked! I was hooked by the unique premise, which I will delve into in a moment! The incredible literature courtesy of the author Mia Kingslie and of course, the characters, specifically the protagonist of the novel as she was the star of the book for me. That is why I am already going to recommend that you lovely readers have a read of Survivors of the Sun, however, if you need more convincing, then continue to read to learn more about the incredible Survivors of the Sun!

Survivors of the Sun is a sensational novel full of twists and turns galore and many highs and lows. The reader in Survivors of the Sun will be introduced to Georgia, a regular woman, happily married and mother of three children. However, Georgia’s ordinary life in an instant changes when strange events start to occur, the first being the power shutting off. From their on, things only start to get worst, the water stops running, Georgia runs out of food, and so she is forced to flee her home in Kansas City.

Georgia will soon be thrust into a post-apocalyptic world where violence and looting are prevalent. Georgia must learn how to survive in this cruel and scary world and keep herself and the ones she loves safe. What follows next is the compelling story of one woman as she fights to survive an apocalypse, and it makes for a heart-wrenching, addictive read that should not be missed!

Survivors of the Sun, for me, was incredibly addictive from the start, and I was addicted from start to finish thanks to the author Mia Kingslie. Mia Kingslie has a real skill of hooking her readers from the get-go and thrusting them into the plot quickly and keeping them hooked. Kingslie certainly did this with me in Survivors of the Sun, and I already know that she will do this with you lovely readers too! So if you want to be hooked from start to finish and be taken on a journey like no other, then I truly do recommend you check out Survivors of the Sun.

I have read many dystopian/post-apocalyptic books, but none have hit me quite as hard as Survivors of the Sun. I believe this is thanks to the originality of the story, the realness, and relatable characters; all of this combined makes Survivors of the Sun a brilliant apocalyptic story that deserves to be on every reader’s shelf. Throughout the book, Mia Kingslie has managed to laced many themes throughout her story, and it makes for a fascinating read that is never once lackluster or predictable.

As well as this, Mia Kingslie does a superb job of piecing together her action-packed moments, with heart and poignancy, which for me, is rare to find in an apocalyptic book! That is why I am in such awe of Kinglie’s literature and how she was able to integrate both themes seamlessly. To top this off, Kingslie is a passionate writer; her passion shines off the page and will captivate readers from start to finish, and that, to me, is the sign of a truly sensational author.

Overall, Survivors of the Sun is a unique, brilliant, and thrilling dystopian/apocalyptic story. It has everything the reader would want in a story and more. It has captivating literature that will keep you hooked, exciting moments that will keep you on tenterhooks and beautiful literature from author Mia Kingslie. That is why I, of course, have to award Survivors of the Sun, five stars! So please do have a read of the preview below book lovers, you won’t regret it!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts. Do you see yourself reading this book? Do you love the genre? Please let me know your brilliant thoughts below and I will be sure to comment back. Thank you so much again for reading!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers, I can’t wait to read your thoughts on this book!

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