I love the story Singer has created, but for the sake of just about everyone, I hope it isn't prescient.
Eve of Man's first half is unbearably boring, and the second half reads like one of those fantasies where terrorists invade your workplace/school and you singlehandedly take them all out. If you want a book that capitalises well on a Handmaid's Tale kind of setting, go for Grace and Fury instead.
These five books are generally targeted at children, but have qualities that make them ageless.
For all the hate this book receives, it's not actually that bad.
What if you could actually live in Panem or Adarlan? That's the question that Anna Day's The Fandom tries to answer, crafting a twisty story-within-a-story that never lets up with the pace. All the same, as ingenious an idea as the premise offers, I can't help but get the feeling that The Fandom would land better were it published five years ago.