Review: Nirvana

Nirvana by J.R. Stewart
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Nirvana presents a curious post-apocalyptic world. The world is mostly devastated but there are domes of safety where life glitzes on. The virtual world is so advanced and real that it’s sometimes hard to distinguish from real life. Especially for Larissa Kenders, who in losing the love of her life, would prefer the virtual where he can still be found.

I thought it was a fascinating concept though I was mostly confused during the reading. That might be because Larissa is so confused herself and couldn’t get anything straight! In effect, I didn’t particularly enjoy the book. It was a fairly short book though so I reckon it was tough to fit in that much world building (it really was an interesting world).

Thanks to Blue Moon Publishers for copy eARC via NetGalley in exchange of honest review

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1 thought on “Review: Nirvana

  1. Veronica

    I really enjoyed Nirvana. I have a very techy son and he’s always talking about virtual reality innovation.


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