Available for Review: October Rain by Dylan J. Morgan (Genre: Dystopian/ Sci-Fi/ Novella) @DylanJMorgan @RRBookTours1 #RRBookTours #Scifi #Dystopian #Books #Bloggers #BookBoost

Hey Bookworms!

I have another fantastic review opportunity for you! This time it’s a novella called October Rain by Dylan J. Morgan. Unlike an event, you may read and review on your own schedule provided it is before the end of July. We also ask that you please cross-post your review to Amazon, Goodreads, etc…, and send a link to me once it’s published.

October Rain is available in MOBI, PDF, and EPUB.

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2016-120 October Rain eBook CoverOctober Rain

Publication Date: February 2016

Genre: Dystopian/ Sci-Fi

Length: 79 Pages

The human race teeters on the brink of extinction in a solar system choking under the glare of a dying sun. An assassin for the Martian Interstellar Correction Agency, Steele has one more assignment to complete before a big payoff and the chance of a new life: a job that will reveal the true horrors of man’s futile existence and threaten the very people who make his life worth living.

As mankind draws its final breath, what would you do to save your family?

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About the Author

Dylan J Morgan

Now living and working in Norway, Dylan J. Morgan was born in New Zealand and raised in the United Kingdom. He writes during those rare quiet moments amid a hectic family life: after dark, with limited sustenance, and when his creative essence is plagued the most by tormented visions.

He is the multi-genre author of ten books, all available exclussively to Amazon. Focusing on Horror, Post-Apocalyptic Dystopia, and sometimes a hint of Science-Fiction, his books cater for those readers who enjoy a dark, terrifying journey into worlds where a happy ending is seldom seen.

When not writing, and when not reading, he can be found roaming the realm of the Witcher 3, or witnessing satisfying deaths on Game of Thrones, or even listening to some of the loudest heavy metal in his iTunes’ library.

If you’re searching for that light at the end of the tunnel then stop looking—you won’t find it here.

Dylan J. Morgan | Twitter | Goodreads | Amazon

 

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