Review: Impersonator by Peter R. Stone

Impersonator takes place in post-apocalyptic Australia. The year is 2120AD and it has been over a century since the world destroyed itself through nuclear warfare. The Founders created Newhome, a town in a military state, governed by specific laws reminiscent of the 19th century. Women are treated as second-rate citizens; they’re not allowed to be given an education or a job, leave the house without a suitable chaperone, and are only allowed to wear modest floor length dresses. Anyone caught speaking against these laws is arrested and punished harshly.

The point-of-view character, Chelsea, is an outspoken 18 Year Old girl with a plan to escape the oppressive environment. Her plans are frequently affected by others and often lead her into dangerous and disparaging situations. She is often left wondering who she can trust, but throughout the story she remains true to her beliefs and loyal to her family.

Impersonator is a riviting story loaded with twists and turns. Overall, I rate Imposter 4 out of 5 bookworms and look forward to reading the next book of the series.

Don’t just take my word for it. Order Imposter by clicking here and enjoy it for yourself!

For more information about Peter R. Stone and his work, visit his blog.

Stone has created circumstances that, I believe, are one of many potential outcomes for our world. Do you agree or disagree and why? Let me know in the comments!


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