Enter Ruinland

Enter Ruinland Review

Note: Enter Ruinland is included in the Dark Apocalypse Omnibus.

A FUTURE WORLD DESTROYED BY WAR

Humans, synthetics, and dark secrets.

Love, lust, and the fight to survive.

Trapped in  underground  bunkers, is there any escape?

Enter Ruinland is the searing dark chronicles of human and synthetic life following a future nuclear apocalypse. An artificial intelligence will sentence to death all humans incapable of authentic emotion. Within a military bunker are 70 survivors who face execution by a fabricated assassin. A soldier with a dark past must come to terms with a horrible truth. One woman's lustful choice may have fatal consequences. This is the beginning of mankind's end.

Title:Enter Ruinland
Edition Language:English

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    Enter Ruinland Reviews

  • Jim

    An interesting story, quick, & free. I think this author has a lot of potential. I like the descriptions & the action. I'll check out some other stories at some point.Unfortunately, this story lacks a...

  • C.J. Anderson

    Due to reader demand I included all three volumes of Ruinland Chronicles in a single ebook. This story is free to read. Also includes the exclusive new cover art by digital artist Carlos Quevedo. Enjo...

  • Lyle Nicholson

    I liked the premise of this story. It mostly moves well, with just a few chapters that don't quite mesh with each other, but overall this author is a good story writer.I really could have done with so...

  • Jada Ryker

    Post-Apocalyptic Short Story"For countless centuries, the religious falsely predicted the end of the world. Prophecies of apocalypses, raptures, and Armageddons never proved to be true. Random militar...

  • Chromium Kitty

    The plot idea for this was very interesting. I really liked that, and the writing itself flows in a way that makes it easy, fast, and pleasant to read. But there are many missing elements that could h...

  • Dorthe

    The premises of this little trilogy is fascinating and relevant: on the one hand, how can humans insist on believing in an omniscient, omnipotent, loving God? Particularly in the face of literally wor...

  • Rachel Medhurst

    I wouldn't want to Enter Ruinland but I liked to read about it. Lauren seems like the only hope in a wasteland of what we all fear could become of planet earth. Dystopian with a sense of The 100 about...

  • Sean Northage

    Enter Ruinland takes us on a journey into not only a world ravaged by war but into the heart of a question many people ask. Is there really a god? As an avid reader and sci fi fan this book has all yo...

  • Deafilosophy /

    Naturally, one is supposed to be left feeling incomplete and mistreated by the first installment of a dystopian short story, rife with intentionally coarse and jagged imagery, right? Walking into this...

  • Glenn Conley

    This story is fascinating. There's an underground bunker with 70 people, who are all trying to survive the nuclear apocalypse. A central A.I. named Sophia controls the bunker, like HAL 9000 on crack. ...