‘The Apollo Illusion’ Now on Kindle Unlimited! (Yes, Read it for FREE)


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It’s true! I am so excited to announce that as of this week, my debut sci-fi dystopia, The Apollo Illusion, is now available on Kindle Unlimited.

Which means, if you have the service, you can read it FOR FREE.

[CLICK HERE  to start reading it now!]

What is ‘The Apollo Illusion’ About?

I describe it as Divergent meets Logan’s Run, an Orwellian science fiction dystopia about a future society’s frightening overdependence on technology. It’s targeted for young adults (ages 15+), but a lot of adults have gone kinda crazy over it.

Like this review from the Arizona Daily Sun: “The timely release of The Apollo Illusion comes in the wake of ‘alternative facts’ and attacks on the ‘fake news’ media from President Trump and his administration … It’s a dark look at a future more closely in alignment with the present than Lopatin anticipated when she completed the first draft four years ago.”

Or this review from John Coon, fellow journalist and author of the horror novel, Pandora Reborn: “This is a story that’s well-written and the mysteries contained within the plot draw you in and keep you hooked from one page to the next. The Apollo Illusion should occupy a spot on the to-read list of any true dystopian sci-fi fan.”

Enough tooting my own horn (wink). Seriously though, you can learn more about the story’s plot, and read more reviews, by checking out the book on its Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/Apollo-Illusion-Shari-Lopatin-ebook/dp/B07BQHMFVP.

HAPPY READING!

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