Killer Domes and the Chosen One – Review

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About the Book

As the old world burned, the elite departed to colonise space in search of a new home. Most of the human species perished on earth’s surface, but a protected few remained. Many generations passed without question, but now suspicions are starting to rise.

Follow the story of Maz and her best friend Hap, as a chance encounter with a stranger lures them into a mission to decide the future of humankind.

The book will be on Kindle with a free promo Xmas Eve, Xmas Day, and Boxing Day


As soon as I read the back of this novella I knew it was for me. I mean, who can deny a blurb that yells at you for reading the blurb! I want to first off let you all know that the manuscript was recently read over and edited by an editor, so it’s nice and polished!

As soon as you start this book you can tell it’s going to be a fun, slightly wild, and probably crazy ride! This book was exactly what I needed right now. It was short and sweet and oh so interesting! I found myself adoring all of the characters and really excited to find out what comes next. This leads me on to the writing and pacing of the story. In short they’re both: really good. The story is quick to move on with itself and you’re never left feeling that it is dragging. And the style of writing fits this perfectly. It’s witty and to the point, while also managing to take a few moments to add in detail where it’s needed.

Now, science fiction is typically out of my comfort zone, but I’ve been trying to change that this year. With that being said, I’m so happy I got a chance to read this book because it’s definitely helping to sway me to the sci-fi side. I loved all of the characters and was obsessed with Hap’s fascination with living creatures and Logan’s happy go lucky self. They were just so squishable!

Part of the reason I loved this story so much is that it is a post apocalyptic story. While the elite of earth were sent to live in space, some of the “leftover” people (I’m sorry, I know that sounds terrible but I can’t think of a better way of putting it) were sent to live in domes. These domes are manufactured perfect cities, but all is not as it seems. Which leads our rag tag cast of characters on a journey to save the inhabitants of these domes, and hopefully humanity along the way.

About the Author

Gibbo Gibbs is an author from the UK who lives a mostly nomadic life, spending his time writing and volunteering at animal charities. He plans to publish a range of science-fiction and fantasy stories, and then expand into games in the future.

*I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*

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