Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1

The year is 2117 Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum I belong, ergo sum.Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, thThe year is 2117 Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum I belong, ergo sum.Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana s main food sources As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of d j vu The deaths of two distinguished colleagues, hastily dismissed by the authorities, force Ian and Dayla to open their eyes and discover their only allies are the banned of Dhungwana, and their only option is to fight against the reality of a world that is no longer theirs It is a fight for the survival of the human race.
Dhungwana The Dhungwana Chronicles Part The year is Dhungwana the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth is governed by the Federal Communities Humanity organized through a strict social reputation index lives to the dictum I

  • Title: Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1
  • Author: Baibin Nighthawk Dominick Fencer
  • ISBN: 1511527749
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Do you love science fiction? I know I do :-)Dhungwana 2117 is the far future story of a planet earth that has already experienced the result of a true greenhouse. Many of you may not realize that our little blue planet has been through several 'greenhouses' and 'icehouses' in its 4.6 billion year lifespan. Currently, we are still technically in an 'icehouse' by the very definition of these terms. You see, until all the polar ice melts, we have not achieved a true 'greenhouse'. Do not be alarmed! [...]

    2. Charting the lives of Ian and Dayla as they live cosseted and ordered lives in their community within Dhungwana. Over time they realise that all is not well in their dystopian world and after investigations and health scares, stumble onto troubling cover-ups by the corporations. It has some Orwellian overtones which I really enjoyed.Was a "shortish" read and clearly the first one of a series from the author that will make for interesting reading. I am not great reader of Sci-fi, but I am sure th [...]

    3. A Normal WorldA Review of Dhungwana 2117: A captivating sci-fi novel: The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1This is an interesting mix of science fiction, social commentary, and what I like to call Harbinger Fiction. Harbinger Fiction is the sort of fiction that loves to scream of things to come, regardless of other genre evoking elements.I am not a traditional writer, or reader. I do not really care if a comma is occasionally missing, or if a participle dangles at either end of a sentence. [...]

    4. Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite - Dhungwana 2117.In Dhungwana 2117 by Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer, Ian and Dayla, like any other person living in Dhungwana, were used to the restrictive but productive system whose ultimate goal was the common good of the entire community. Dayla, a financial analyst, was shocked when she accidentally came across information suggesting that Dhungwana might be controlled by a group whose end game was contrary to the common-good theory tha [...]

    5. Guaranteed to please!Dhungwana 2117 is a unique post-Apocalyptic, science fiction, fantasy novel that left this reader wanting more. It’s also an intriguing mix of genres guaranteed to please.2117 is the year this tale is set, Dhungwana is the only inhabitable land left on Earth and it is ruled by the all powerful Federal Communities. It’s here that Ian and Dayla are enjoying busy, fulfilling lives – until they learn some home truths: he discovers Dhungwana’s food source has been tampere [...]

    6. “A Utopian Society”The year is 2117, and the planet’s sea level has risen until there’s only one land mass again, called Dungwana. Ian and Dayla are lovers, and both feel they have achieved success in a society that praises success. But they soon learn that, like George Orwell’s 1984, the perfect society may not be what it’s cracked up to be. They discover their immune system is being changed by genetics. Genes are inserted in their food, turning them into self-repairing humanoid rob [...]

    7. So this was a strange one for me. Not sure I liked the ending, and it seemed a bit stilted throughout. It was an interesting story line that was fairly easy to follow.

    8. Move ahead in time to 2117 and a place called Dhungwana, in our world of the future, it is the last piece of dry land. The Federal Communities run our life.Ian and Dayla, are partners in this new world where choices are taken away and hidden conspiracies and secrets of the elite in charge, like our world today, haven;t changed much. The author takes readers into a future that is a scary possibility and a great science fiction journey.

    9. Dhungwana is the only piece of dry land left on Earth, the population controlled by the Federal Community who also run BlueGray Corporation’s multitude of the planet’s industries. Ian Lowell and Dayla Erle are living an idyllic life where everyone is materially well off, have satisfying jobs, and enjoy the Community’s benefits. This changes when Dayla stumbles across a set of records that point to collusion between BlueGray’s various companies and the Federal Community. The next day, the [...]

    10. Dhungwana is the only piece of dry land on Earth. The population lives in sectors controlled by various corporations. Life is regimented and daily life and the inhabitants are strictly monitored in terms of health and productivity. The two main characters are part of the social elite. They have good jobs, and lead a relative life of ease. People have become so used to their ordered way of life, that no one questions the system under which they live. This is where Ian and Dayla, our main characte [...]

    11. Great read, Science Fiction: Dhungwana 2117: A captivating sci-fi novel: The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117-3451) Part 1 is an interesting first entry into this awesome new series. I found myself to be thoroughly engrossed in the story and once I started I simply could not stop! Highly recommended for anyone who is a fan of the author or good science fiction novels!There is a little bit of erotica in the story and elements from other genres, but this only served to make the entire story a lot more i [...]

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