Reborn City by Rami Ungar (Book Review)

Posted: December 22, 2015 in Novel, Review, Writing
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My good friend, fellow blogger and huge fan of just about everything, as well as budding YA novelist, Katja Kadrnoska (aka Kat Impossible), was kind enough to read my science fiction novel “Reborn City” and give it a review. Turns out, she liked it, which made me happy.
And she made a really excellent cover, which is better than the one I made (I didn’t know any graphic designers at the time, so that’s what I got). I might have to steal it for a new edition or something.
Anyway, thanks for reading RC, Katja. I appreciate it, and I hope we get to talk about books and movies and shows for years to come! Oh, and that you read the sequel to RC once it comes out. I would very much appreciate that.

Life and Other Disasters

reborncityZahara Bakur is a Muslim teenager recently moved into the gambling town of Reborn City. After her parents are killed by gang violence, Zahara is forced to join the Hydras, an interracial gang whose leaders have supernatural abilities. As the violence in Reborn City escalates and Zahara becomes closer to the Hydras, including the quiet but stern Rip, she finds herself drawn into a dark conspiracy involving the origins of the leaders and the shadowy corporation that rules over Reborn City.

So, I should probably start at the beginning. Rami Ungar is a friend and fellow blogger, who I met through our shared love for Doctor Who! He is a self-published author and more than once the topic of me checking out his work has come up. I always felt like he was more at home in the horror genre, which everyone knows isn’t my thing at all, but he…

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  1. Hahaha, you are one of the few people who actually know my real name! It’s so weird to see it on here!
    As for the cover, I have to admit that I didn’t check if the city-image is a license free one to use, but I blurred it out a lot and cropped it, so I am not sure the original one is still recognisable. Either way, if you really ever want to do a cover-change, I’d love to help you and I’d do some more intense copyright-research beforehand!

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