The Camellia Resistance: Book Review

Thanks to There and Their for the positive review… and also what is perhaps the best name of a blog ever. 🙂

There and Their

Author: A.R. Williams

The Camellia ResistanceBook Blurb:

2044. Willow Carlyle is the youngest cultural epidemiology research director in the history of the Ministry of Health and is on the fast-track for further promotion until a night of passion shatters her carefully constructed life.

Marked and unemployed, Willow falls in with a band of dissidents. Everyone wants something. In the process of discerning friend from foe, Willow begins to unravel secrets that will shake the New Republic of America to its foundation.

My Review:

This is an adult dystopian book.

This days people are becoming more and more concerned about the health and hygiene of themselves and of those around them.

But, even this should be done in moderation. The Camellia Resistance is based in a futuristic society, where people have become so fixated on hygiene that they are ready to limit human interactions in order to stay ‘healthy’.

Like all dystopias, the…

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