About the Book
Author: Kristofor Hellmeister
Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian, YA
Release Date: February 2020
Death and violence do not exist in Axiom. There is no strife, no war, no suffering. There is no hunger, no sadness, and no pain. Axiom is a place of perfection. But, at what cost? In Axiom, mankind has willingly submitted itself to one man–the Lord Protector–who controls the destiny of every human being. Emotions have become outlawed. Relationships are forbidden. Any sign of the Disease is treated with hostility. Under the eternal guidance of the Lord Protector, mankind no longer knows what it means to be human. But, stirring within the hearts and minds of a few individuals is a reality which cannot be ignored. It is this reality which will cause the spark of rebellion to be born.
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The source of this novel comes from multiple experiences. I remember sitting in a church in downtown Atlanta at an event called TheoEd Talks. It was a theological discussion by leaders of the religious community that was designed much like a Ted Talk. I remember listening to a gentleman, I don’t recall his name, who was elaborating on a tension he was trying to navigate. At the time, there were riots and demonstrations were occurring in cities across the United States due to racial unrest. The man was a pastor and was asking the question, “What should I do?” I remember him elaborating on how he was not an activist, he was not a civil leader, he was not a politician, and yet he still had a role in the job he did best—pastoring. His challenge to us—do what you are passionate about and let this become your source of aid to the world’s problems. At the time, I was struggling with mental health, cynicism, and a gnawing sense of despair. I used these elements to create a novel which addresses a world in which culture is leaving behind Enlightenment thinking and embracing emotionalism. Axiom frames these cultural changes through the eyes of characters who are flawed but passionate in their desires. Entwined with my faith, I hope to have created a story that draws readers into a world where rationalism, emotionalism, and spirituality all must be embraced in order for us to be truly human.
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Axiom is my first introduction to the talents of Kristofor Hellmeister. It is from a genre that I do not normally go to. That being said, it was refreshing to read something new to me and unique. It had a lot of action, adventure, and journey within the pages. There was a lot going on but was easy to follow. The characters were entertaining and fun. I thought is was overall a good story. I am so happy that I went outside my usual comfort zone and find a new to me author.
I am giving Axiom three and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy Dystopian Fiction and / or Science Fiction. I would, also, recommend it for readers who are wanting to read something little different. I will be looking forward to more by Kristofer Hellmeister in the future.
I received Axiom from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
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I enjoyed the post, sounds like a thrilling read, thanks for sharing with me and good luck with the tour! Thanks Locks, Hooks and Books for sharing the review!ReplyDelete
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Thanks for taking time to share your book with us and it's always a pleasure in our family to learn about a new one.ReplyDelete
I don't read a lot of science fiction but this sounds interesting!ReplyDelete
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