Tag Archives: Dystopia


Thomas Locke does amazing worldbuilding as he combines elements of classic Western stories with elements of dystopian fiction.

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The Valley of the Dry Bones

Reviewed by Katherine Hiegel, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: The Valley of the Dry Bones Author: Jerry B. Jenkins Publisher: Worthy Publishing Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print book Length: 323 pages OVERVIEW In this Christian quasi-dystopia, the state of California has been rendered almost uninhabitable by a relentless 17-year drought. As a result, the territory is […]

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The Choosing

Who am I? It’s a question that looms before everyone, and the world offers a thousand answers. I am a consumer. I am a patriot. I am an athlete. I am a husband. I am a wife. Yet, ultimately, these identities will all break down. They are faulty, insufficient. In this cacophony of answers, one is often drowned out, even, sadly, for those in the church: I am a child of God, redeemed by Christ.

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