Welcome to the first post of Vampires Vs. The Apocalypse, a blog where everything is made up and the points don’t matter!
Actually, that’s a lie. Everything is made up and the points do matter, because every book that will be reviewed on this blog will be subject to a rigorous grading process of being awarded a number of Kilo-Edwards at the end. If you want to know what those are, click the link here.
For my first review series, I’ve decided to focus on an absolute gem of dystopian YA literature, a modern classic that — what’s that, you say? The Hunger Games has been reviewed a million times? Of course it has.
That’s why I’m what I’m reviewing instead is a relic from the year of our Lord 2012, the starting book of a series that caught so much heat it’s a wonder it didn’t spontaneously combust:
What is Save the Pearls: Revealing Eden? It’s a YA dystopian novel by author Victoria Foyt that’s known for originally advertising itself on youtube with videos of a white girl in blackface.
You heard me right. Blackface. The hallmark of every successful advertising campaign!