Lifemaker by Dean F. Wilson

Welcome to the future world of Altadas- where the human soul is fighting a struggle for existence.
Here is what the blurb tells about the book-

The Regime is on the hunt, forcing the Resistance to take refuge aboard the Lifemaker, an advanced submarine that houses a special cargo: a handful of women who can still give birth to human children.

To evade the Regime’s own submersibles, all parties must work together, but tensions are high, and not everyone on board is looking out for the greater good.

As they descend into the deeps, they quickly learn that not all monsters work for the Regime.
And here’s our shorter review of the book-

It’s a story of the future- a grey future of the human world-when intruders from the outside world has invaded the mortal world of Altadas-and the Iron King- mighty, powerful and ruthless has a tyrannical rule spread over the whole of the land. The mission is simple-annihilation of the human race.
It was the days of harvest-that replaced the greener grass, the bright sky with a red desert, the smoggy sky. The intruders are the rulers-they are the demons. Mortal woman now gives birth to demon spawns.
Still somebody within the near extinct human race dares to dream. They dream of a new order-when there will be no fear. Destiny takes Jacob- a pure human representative, Taberah-the spirited rebel lady and Rommond-the revolutionary leader to join hands in hands in an endeavour of fighting the cruel iron regime.
Their endeavour took them now under water. It is a hazy world-where they have a common pursuit- to produce the pure humans as the offspring’s of very few women remained on the land to give birth of new hope.
It is the mission of Noah of the future world-in between the writer has produced a mesmerizing description of the world under water-the forgotten civilization –and the current of human emotions on board of the Lifemaker- the submarine of the future world. Their journey landed them with many surprises- as the foe turns friend and friends turn foes.
A lovely saga of hope, joy and despair-it is not only a successful speculative story but also an emotional story that will make you feel in unison with the travellers of the Noah’s Ark.
The story will make you breathless- not because of the first pace of the story- but for the mission they are harbouring one……
As always-the lovely narration by Dean is an asset of the second book of the trilogy-the Great Iron War.

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