5 Star Review: Exit Eleonora By Richard R. Allen


The story is set in the post apocalypse year of 2047 where the human population has been reduced to just 450 million after a global pandemic. Humans now share the earth with aliens who offer their advanced technology to save and restore the dying planet of earth in exchange for its mass oil supply.
Charles Mincher is the main male protagonist who works as a travelling journalist for Rosenthal Free Press (The world’s biggest news agency) and his job is to observe, assess and report back his findings on the dark and oppressive alien landscape where the process of evolution and human history will shortly be re-written for the sake of a resource. The earth is divided into two different groups, city and country folk and the only thing these groups have in common are to survive the massive reforestation that result in mass cities and towns been demolished to make way for re-planting. As Charles delves deeper in to this new evolutionary, fascinating and strangely dark world he soon questions his own place here on earth when he meets Lucy Lang and falls in love and is forced to choose between living on Earth, or a fantastic opportunity to cohabit and live peacefully with the “Agaveils” who live over a hundred light-years away.
Richard R. Allen story of a world that humans must share with aliens is a perfectly realised apocalyptic tale that expertly depicts a world ravished by disease, at the brink of mass destruction and extinction. It’s superbly written and has a massive number of thought-provoking possibilities that will leave many readers short of breath.
Disclosure: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
My Ranking: 5 Stars
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