Pulse Book One

Pulse takes place in 2040 where technology is ruling people’s everyday lives. There is an undeniable horror aspect to this book and much of that comes from the way society is crashing. Pulse is an organization that controls everyone through technology platforms. The book is written from several different characters’ points of view, which offers interesting twists. There is no one dominant character that overtakes the story. Pulse is a very relevant book, it ties in a lot of the current events that we are facing today, which makes this book even scarier.

Pulse by B.A. Bellec builds slow to give readers a chance to understand the circumstances and key organizations at play in this novel. Readers will find a lot of modern day issues are written into this novel giving it an additional level of plausibility. The book is gory, playing into the fear and horror aspect. This is not limited to a few scenes the reader can gloss over, rather it is pivotal to the plot.

With a slow-burn style of writing and an uncanny resemblance to modern technological issues Pulse really shines in its ability to weave in and out of a variety of issue while never losing its creepy vibe. The characters in Pulse are a part of the company Pulse and organizers and sponsors of the festival. Bellec shows readers how one organization can easily become a monopoly on all things we consume, thus controlling all aspects of our lives.

Pulse does a great job at painting a vivid picture so you feel like you are a part of the story. This engrossing novel will appeal to readers looking for a riveting dystopian story combined with compelling science fiction. This is an eerie creature feature with subtle but deep social commentary that will keep readers entertained and thinking long after they have put the book down.

Pages: 395 | ASIN : B092JSS8XW

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