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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
As & When is a work of fiction in the post-apocalyptic thriller subgenre and it serves as the second installment to The E Apocrypha series. It is intended for the general adult reading audience owing to moderate but non-graphic references to sex and violence, as well as some explicit language usage, and was penned by author Alex Andre. Following on from the events of Lost and Found, we find ourselves with a very different set of leading figures as an outraged Aileen refuses to fall prey to her kidnappers. Meanwhile, her advisor Bo and protection specialist Ajinder set about a ruthless rescue mission in a dystopian world where the right technology is rare enough to command a dangerous price.
One of the things I particularly enjoyed about this novel was the ability to jump right into a fresh storyline mid-series without having to know everything about the first work. Whether you’ve read and enjoyed Lost and Found or not, author Alex Andre showcases yet more skill for variety in cinematic worldbuilding by introducing us to a new place far from Locksville and the changing attitudes and survival strategies of the people living there. It’s the richness in this kind of dystopian world that makes for an expansive and inviting series, and when that’s coupled with Andre’s talent for creating tense scenes, compelling dialogue, and a twisting plot that takes sudden shocking turns, it’s a true recipe for success. I can’t wait to see what comes next in this brave and terrifying new world, and I’d definitely recommend As & When to fans of dystopian thrillers everywhere.