Prism Tour: WoE Is Us By D.K. Doulos #yabooks #scifi #christianfiction #yadystopian

On Tour with Prism Book Tours

WoE Is Us
By D.K. Doulos
Christian Dystopian, YA, Sci-Fi
Paperback & ebook, 267 Pages
March 30, 2021 by Ambassador International

Lyrian Wallace was only ten years old when the Malevolence struck on October 10, 2056. She thought the next decade had numbed her to the grief, the death, the bots, and the daily struggle for survival. She lost her parents when they became Sleepers, but like everyone else, she had pieced together a new family. Lyrian was almost content when the Alliance began taking them . . .

The world always took things away from her. She could only live for today and never dared to hope for any heaven. But when her circumstances change, Lyrian must choose how she might live for both this life and the next.

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Review:

I love a good dystopian read, and tend to gravitate to Christian reads when possible. That said, admittedly not all books are equal, so I went into this one ‘blind’ knowing next to nothing about it.

As it has at times in the past, that really paid off with WoE Is Us! I got to fully enjoy the mystery and ‘not so distant’ future in this alternate timeline where we are subjected to mind control injections, secret schemes, hacking skills, and a story that really has a little of everything! This is a ‘clean’ read as far as dystopian go, and is great for fans of that Divergent or The Elite Trials feel!
About the Author

D.K. Doulos has written stories most of his life and is thankful he can use his talent in service to God. When he’s not writing, he enjoys going camping, impersonating a grill master, and watching college football. Between epic cross-country family road trips, he lives in Texas with his wife and four children. Find out more about D.K. on his website (www.dkdoulos.com).

Tour Schedule


Tour Giveaway

One winner will receive (US only):
– A leather satchel (sized to carry a tablet, iPad, or Kindle) that’s similar to the one carried by the book’s main character
– Bluebonnet scratch-made soap, inspired by the book’s Texas setting
– Fredericksburg Juicy Peach scented wax melts, inspired by the book’s Texas setting
– A $25 Amazon gift card

2 Comments Add yours

  1. bn100 says:

    sounds interesting

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Beatrice LaRocca says:

    Thank you for sharing your review and the book and author details, I love the dystopian genre and this sounds like an excellent read.

    Liked by 1 person

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