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In a totalitarian, post-apocalyptic future where religion is forbidden and religious texts have been destroyed, a band of concentration camp escapees treks through a lawless wilderness on a quest for authentic Christianity, only to come face-to-face with an unthinkable dilemma.
While reading The Remnant I got the feeling that this novel is going to be big. The Remnant should be a good choice for the reader in need of a good book. In this dystopian tale set in a future where religion is outlawed, there are work camps, refugees and a dangerous life outside of the government-controlled areas. You can feel the religious ideals and hope of the main characters (however lost and distant they may seem). The ways in which people in such a setting misguide others is one of the gems in this novel. For fans of avant garde ideas in contemporary dystopian tales I highly suggest this piece. I look forward to the continuation of the story. -Martin Beltov, author (review posted on Codices)