Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT OCTOBER RAIN by @dylanjmorgan #Dystopia #SciFi #Novella

Today’s team review is from Terry , she blogs at

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Terry has been reading October Rain by Dylan J Morgan

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5 stars

I liked this novella a lot! It takes place many, many years in the future, after Mars has been colonised by the dying Earth, and thousands have moved to artificially constructed cities on the inhospitable red planet. But now life on Mars is coming to an end, too, and the lucky ones are moving out to Titan, a satellite of Saturn.

Government agent Steele has one last mission, before he can join his wife and daughter on the journey to Titan—a dangerous and terrifying one…

I’ve read quite a few of Dylan Morgan’s books, and this one reminded me of The Dead Lands, my favourite, with all its expertly orchestrated suspense and bleak atmosphere. This writer knows how to do ‘bleak’! The pace is perfect, the plot unpredictable, the characterisation spot on. It’s not for the faint-hearted, or those who want to be assured that everything will turn out all right in the end.

My only complaint is that it’s so short, even though it fits perfectly into the length of a novella – I think it could have been a novel, though, or maybe the first in the series – come on, Dylan, surely this can’t be all there is? It’s a great idea; made me want to know what happened before, and what will happen after. One of those books that made me want to keep clicking the page turner on my iPad, hoping for more.

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13 thoughts on “Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT OCTOBER RAIN by @dylanjmorgan #Dystopia #SciFi #Novella

  1. Thanks Terry for reviewing, and Rosie for sharing. Thanks to those here who have expressed an interest in the book. I hope you all enjoy it if you pick up a copy.


  2. I hear your complaint quite often of novellas that are really good but just need a few more pages to flesh it out. Great review. 🙂
    @dino0726 from 
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    • Thank you for commenting, Sacha, and or your interest. I hope you enjoy the book if you get around to reading it and I would love to know your thoughts.


    • Thank you for your interest, Sarah. I hope you enjoy the book when you get to it. To answer your question, it is not presently part of a series but as the majority of readers want to read more about this character, I can certainly see me attempting to write a sequel.


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