Matthew William’s take on the apocalypse is unlike any other post-apocalyptic story you’ll read. I don’t want to say too much for fear of giving away important plot points, but this is definitely a story well worth picking up. If you’re up to your gills in zombie stories, and you’ve just about had it with nuclear fallout, The Enoch Pill is the post apocalyptic story for you! – Amazon Review
The world was changed forever when scientists developed a compound that extended the human lifespan indefinitely. The Enoch Pill was distributed free of charge, once a month, to the furthest corners of the globe. Everyone was about to live forever.
Well, almost everyone.
When 18-year-old Kizzy Cartwright learns that she is immune to the immortality-giving pill, it makes her a social outcast. And when an accident on her farm causes the death of her best friend, the blame falls squarely on Kizzy’s shoulders.
To avoid execution, her only option is to find the missing scientist who invented the Enoch compound, in the hopes that he can find a cure for death once more.
But Kizzy’s time is running out.
I have to admit this was my first time reading a Sci Fi story. It’s not my usual choice of genre. The Enoch Pill, however, won me over. It is a well written Sci Fi adventure that I found enjoyable. It does have moments of some violence by some characters, which is expected, but goes no further than a PG13 rating. I found the author’s word pictures beautiful as they captured my imagination while I travelled along this quest with the heroine Kizzy. -Amazon Review
About the Author
Matthew William grew up in the woods of Pennsylvania, reading the works of Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke and other science fiction writers with abbreviations for middle names.
Currently he lives in Sweden and keeps himself occupied with podcasting, expanding his fiction library and spending time with his wife and two cats. He enjoys connecting with other fans of good storytelling on social media.