Novels are written for one purpose or another. Whether that's to entertain, convey a political message, or reveal some truth about the human condition, stories say or do something. And I just can't figure out, even after reading the entire book, what Killer T is trying to say.
Megan DeVos's Anarchy is classic dystopian romance in which the scenarios are contrived, the worldbuilding doesn't hold up and the perils of a post-apocalyptic wasteland can't hold a candle to the true love blooming between its protagonists. And I enjoyed almost every second of it.
I loved this book. I also recognise that it has several dangerous flaws which make it problematic dystopian fiction.
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.