Mona Bendarova’s stories explore a dystopian future where humanity barely escapes extinction. Long in the past, a devastating plague which later became known as the ‘Purge Plague,’ nearly caused the annihilation of humanity. Scientists and corporate agendas set to increase profits did not take into account that nature has its way of dealing with changes.
Modifications in the DNA of the food stock to increase yields were so commonplace they forgot to test for consequences. Corporate greed and well-minded scientists thought what they accomplished would benefit humanity and their bank accounts. They couldn’t be more wrong.
They lost control of these Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), releasing a wildfire of destruction attacking the genetic structures of most protein based life on Earth.
These are the stories that followed Mona and her community for years.
The Taste of Honey
If you like dystopian stories, suspense mysteries, and complex characters, you’ll love this page turning provocative thriller. Tap the link to read the book today!
A vicious murder. A community frightened. They assign lead investigator Mona to look into it. What she finds scares her even more than a simple murder, if there is such a thing.
Reading this story, you will be shocked, amazed, and disturbed by the growing conspiracy revealed in this follow-up book. Tap the link to read the book today!
Lucky Bitch, book 3
Book 3 in the series, “Lucky Bitch” is in the works. I will have it out by the holidays. Be sure to look for it.
Book 4, untitled
Book 4 in the series, not yet titled, is also in the works, and I should publish it in early 2020. Be sure to look for it.
Survival in Humanity’s Dystopian future
Within one hundred years, the devastation eradicated all animal life. Vegetable sources of protein also suffered, dying off by the thousands of species every year. Proteins needed to sustain life disappeared from the planet, along with all species dependent upon consuming those proteins.
Humans now lacked the critical consumable proteins necessary to maintain life. Where once there were seven billion people on the planet, only a few million survived. These last few were on the brink of obsolescence. Only by sheer luck and determination, scientists saved humans from extinction. However, it came at a great expense to the survivors.
Jump ahead a thousand years, following the chaos and anarchy that ensued, the surviving community of humans eventually developed a culture whereby they could stave off the extinction of the entire species. From the day one was born, men and women alike, each knew from where their next meal came from, and exactly what their eventual fate was.
Want to learn more about Mona’s world. Maybe find out how the author came up with the idea and the society she lives in. Follow the link to Mona’s World.