Dark Age

Dark Age In the world as we know it has fallen into oblivion Mankind lives decimated and scattered in the remnants of the old world But only few know what really happened Growing up in a secluded city rul

  • Title: Dark Age
  • Author: Felix O. Hartmann
  • ISBN: 9780997573121
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 2154 the world as we know it has fallen into oblivion Mankind lives decimated and scattered in the remnants of the old world But only few know what really happened Growing up in a secluded city ruled by a dogmatic tyrant, Adam watches hunger starve the poor, sickness claim the young, and war kill his three older brothers Turning seventeen, he has one year left beforIn 2154 the world as we know it has fallen into oblivion Mankind lives decimated and scattered in the remnants of the old world But only few know what really happened Growing up in a secluded city ruled by a dogmatic tyrant, Adam watches hunger starve the poor, sickness claim the young, and war kill his three older brothers Turning seventeen, he has one year left before being forced to join the Grey Guard and follow his brothers into the unknown Wanting to put an end to the broken system and mindless war, to seek a life of harmony with the one he loves, he decides to do whatever it takes to bring the tyrant to his knees.

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    About “Felix O. Hartmann

    • Felix O. Hartmann

      Felix Oliver Hartmann was born in Germany in the mid nineties and immigrated to the United States in 2008 At just 21, he is a student of political science, full time startup entrepreneur, experienced financial trader, and now published author Since early years, Hartmann has had an affinity for writing, which came to fruition when completing his first novel, Dark Age Dark Age brings together many of Hartmann s influences, from his interests in Artificial Intelligence and tech, over his love for political theory and philosophy, to his childhood hometown that is reminiscent of the dark ages Hartmann continues to pursue a vast variety of genre crossing writing projects that are set to be released throughout 2017 and 2018.



    341 thoughts on “Dark Age

    • This was amazing. I wish it was actually longer! An engaging story that mixes some old a new concepts in a very refreshing setting.Kudos to Felix for his amazing debut!


    • A solid debut from a new author."Dark Age" is a novel set in the future, but the environment in which the novel takes place in is very much like medieval times. It's a refreshing change in the dystopian genre and Hartmann does it well. Swords, bow and arrows, and a large walled in community (think castle and surrounding land) are all present and the world building is small, but done well. If a reader is looking for a different type of dystopian story or is a fan of medieval action novels, this w [...]


    • The things I liked about this book:The world building was excellent and the vision of the future was new, to me, and very interesting. I quite enjoyed this story and would like to see it maybe lengthened into a trilogy, to expand some of the idea's expressed. (view spoiler)[Wouldn't it have been interesting to see Adam spend some more time with the savages so we could grow more attached to them?? (hide spoiler)] Or even as a movie/ TV show as I think this would be a wonderfully visual story.Thin [...]


    • OMG!! This was an amazing book to read. At one point, I sat so absorbed in the book, I forgot it was dinnertime! Excellent read.As humans, we have an uncanny ability to predict our future. And yet, collectively, as a civilization, we fail to take any action on it. It is very possible that our younger generation will not see a future because of how destructively we live these days. And yet, we do not do any thing about it.The point of this is, imagining a dystopian world where things go wrong is [...]


    • This book was ultimately a waste of my time. The premise was great and the world somewhat interesting. However, events seemed forced, decisions made no sense, and plot points went unexplained. To top it all off. A single moment of foreshadowing near the beginning ruined the entire book. The only reason I kept reading was to wonder if it truly was going to end like that. The author had some good ideas but ultimately abandoned them for other worse ideas instead of letting the story flow. Then ther [...]


    • Wanted to read something out of my "normal" reading and came across this one. Really impressed with the plot of the story and how it all turned out. I was intrigued throughout the whole time reading so that's a huge plus when stepping out of my comfort for reading!


    • Ready for part two!Enjoyed this book.ady for part two. Even though the main character was initially a teenager it didn't read as a ya normally does.



    • Good readA good read, though some parts tend to ramble this book is well written and enjoyably. Some miss spelling does occurs though


    • Poorly realized language and structureWhile this story has an entertaining premise, the execution is simply too sloppy to be enjoyable. Chronic oddities of wording throughout could have been smoothed out with strict editing, and that would have helped this amateurish attempt. No surprise that the author is young and ambitious, with English perhaps not his first language. Further reflection invites a comparison with A Canticle for Leibowitz, a far more sophisticated rendering of this kind of futu [...]


    • I won this book through the giveaway program. This does not in any way affect my review.Okay. I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. The characters were really shallow and often had me rolling my eyes in annoyance or disbelief. The writing style was a little clunky and jarring for me and it really took me out of the story as well.The plot itself was alright, but I feel like it would have benefited a lot if Hartmann had taken the time to truly build up and develop his small worl [...]


    • This book was so good! I really enjoyed it! It had placed that could use improvement but again overall I had a good time reading it. The setting was different from normal dystopian books, which drew me to it. It was a futuristic world that takes place in a sort of medieval society. It has a cool main character who is just morally good, and has a corrupt ruler with many secrets. Loved the journey this took me on and I can't wait to see what the author does in his future books.


    • 2.8 stars - I wrote a full review on Bookstacked here: bookstacked/reviews/book-rI enjoyed the premise, but I didn't think the writing had been developed enough to make it as good as it has the potential to be. I found it a little basic at times and needed a little more connection to the characters. It definitely has a good set up and I thought the idea was great!


    • Great storyI thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story was a picture of what our future could look like with all of the uncertainty in our present day. Brave men will always be about I pray.


    • Awesome readFantastic story. Couldn't put it down. You must read this book. I have to keep up with this story. Awesome.


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