Dayfall

Dayfall

FEAR THE DAY In the near future, patches of the northern hemisphere have been shrouded in years of darkness from a nuclear winter, and the water level has risen in the North Atlantic. The island of Manhattan has lost its outer edges to flooding and is now ringed by a large seawall. The darkness and isolation have allowed crime and sin to thrive in the never-ending shadows of FEAR THE DAY In the near future, patches of the northern hemisphere have been shrouded in years of darkness fr...

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Title:Dayfall
Author:Michael David Ares
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:Dayfall
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Dayfall Reviews

  • Abbey Sherman
    Aug 30, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • J.W. Martin
    Mar 19, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • tyto
    Feb 11, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Mar 22, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

  • Bob Reiss
    Apr 14, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Veronica
    May 04, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

  • Brian
    Apr 18, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

  • Tashfin Awal
    Apr 05, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

  • John
    Sep 24, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Kend
    May 28, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

  • Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller
    Oct 23, 2017

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

  • Bookwraiths
    May 10, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

  • Brian Bianca
    Apr 02, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Alisa
    Aug 03, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • K Saju
    Apr 07, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Craig Pearson
    Feb 17, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

  • Polly Krize
    Apr 03, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

  • Jessica Higgins
    Mar 19, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

  • Henry Lazarus
    Apr 23, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

  • Therese Thompson
    Jul 06, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

  • Norm
    May 20, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Jennifer
    May 29, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Review available at AudioFile. ...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • Cyber
    Mar 16, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Review available at AudioFile. ...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • Ilshat Garay
    Apr 03, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Ray
    Mar 28, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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  • Leticia
    Mar 31, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Review available at AudioFile. ...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • N.
    Jun 06, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Review available at AudioFile. ...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • Margaret Bechtol
    Apr 14, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

  • Astrid
    Mar 29, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...

    Dayfall takes place in too-near-future New York City. After nuclear war has put a permanent cloud over the city, the weather is about to improve and "Dayfall", the first time sun has shone on New York City in a very long time, is coming. But the city is torn between its elected mayor a...

    Interesting concept, but could use more explanation. Jon Phillips is a small time detective in Ephrata, Pennsylvania who has dreams of becoming a private investigator. He has been profiling a serial killer in Philadelphia, but no one will listen to his theories. He decides to take m...

    I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways and have chosen to give my honest opinion about it. I think this was quite an interesting read! The concept was a fresh, as this genre has become somewhat polluted with unoriginal ideas or a "mixture" of a bunch of the same ide...

    I enjoyed this book. I liked the concept of a post nuclear war city in darkness. I liked the main character. I think there are more people who strive to be like a fictional character than other reviewers. I liked the twists and turns. The ending seems open for a sequel which I would de...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. With a nuclear winter and rising Atlantic powers, this dystopian novel centers on the island of Manhattan, ringed by a seawall. Detective Jon Phillips is recruited to try to stop a violent serial killer menacing the ci...

    I think this is a silly mystery. It has a snippet of SF behind it which isn't even worth discussing. The mystery itself is okay but I found the characters to be unrealistic and the plot itself slow and confusing. ...

    Good concept with a mediocre execution. ...

    This next book doesn?t take place on Mars, but it?s certainly a whodunit which belongs on the same shelf as Morden?s One Way and Newman?s Before Mars. I?m talking about Michael David Ares? Dayfall, which has one of the best premises ever in recent science fiction: after y...

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    Review available at AudioFile. ...

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    Michael David Ares sets his thriller in a future Manhattan in perpetual darkness because of the climate change from an India- Pakistan nuclear tiff. Dayfall (hard from Tor) is supposed to drive the population nuts, but some of the chaos may be the result of hired killers and explosive...

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  • Ti.Me
    Mar 22, 2018

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/03/26/... Dayfall is a novel that takes place in the near future where nuclear winter has plunged much of northeast United States into darkness. In New York City, the isolation and perpetual night has caused crime rate...

    [1.5 stars] What initially drew me to Dayfall was the interesting concept: a mystery novel set in a not-to-distant-future post-war world where nuclear bombing has caused semi-permanent blackout cloud-cover. Not only have I been itching for a good mystery novel lately, but I loved the p...

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths. My rating is 2.5 stars. Dayfall takes place in the near future after a nuclear event has plunged much of the northeastern United States into a perpetual nuclear winter. Naturally, eternal night has changed nearly every aspect of life in the hug...

    The concept behind Dayfall is poorly explained. Why is there perpetual night only on the coastlines? This is an obvious rip off of Asimov's Nightfall. While Asimov gives a plausible explanation for perpetual daylight this author does not for night. ...

    If you're looking for true sci-fi feel, this isn't your book. Dayfall is an action-packed crime thriller set in a post-apocalyptic New York City. The northeast has been in the dark for years and people dread the coming daylight. Power-hungry politicians are thoroughly exploiting that f...