Review Request: Alice in No-Man's-Land by James Knapp

/ Oct 15, 2015

Hello FFBC Team! We are announcing a new book in the FFBC Tours available for review: Alice in No-Man's-Land by James Knapp, a post apocalyptic fantasy thriller.

Remember that if you sign-up to review Alice in No-Man's-Land, you will have three weeks to read and review the book. You'll have to submit your review links (This form will be attached in the email). 

This is all the materials you will receive if you sign-up to review Lost:
  • Digital copy of Alice in No-Man's-Land via email.
  • Book Materials: all the book information along with the author's information.
  • Promotional Materials
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Alice in No-Man's-Land
by James Knapp
Publisher: Curtis Brown Unlimited
Release Date: June 10th 2015
Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopia, Thriller, Fantasy, Apocalyptic
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Synopsis:

When her escape pod falls to earth, crashing in Ypsilanti Bloc, privileged seventeen-year-old Alice Walshe is dashed from the wonderland of wealth and prosperity into a ruined, walled city overrun with militias, gangs, and even cannibals. On top of this horror, her younger brother’s escape pod is missing.

Alice isn’t na├»ve – she’s always known blocs like Ypsilanti exist, left behind after a foodborne illness ravished the country decades earlier and left pockets of severe urban decay in its wake. Men like her father - a major player at Cerulean Holdings - renew the devastated blocs and bring stability back into the areas. But, Ypsilanti is even worse than the tales she’s heard, and rumor has it the bloc is faced with the threat of extermination by Cerulean, not renewal.

Trapped within Ypsilanti’s borders and left for dead, Alice teams up with a pair of teen scavengers who tracked the wreck of her pod. Despite their rough exterior and vulgar speech, they’re her only option for navigating the hostile and violent environment of Ypsilanti, finding her brother, and getting out of No-Man’s-Land alive..


James Knapp was born in New Hampshire in 1970, and has lived in the New England area since that time. He developed a love of reading and writing early on, participating in young author competitions as early as grade school, but the later discovery of works by Frank Herbert and Isaac Asimov turned that love to an obsession.

He wrote continuously through high school, college and beyond, eventually breaking into the field with the publication of the Revivors trilogy (State of Decay, The Silent Army, and Element Zero). State of Decay was a Philip K. Dick award nominee, and won the 2010 Compton Crook Award. Ember, The Burn Zone, and Fallout were all written under the name James K. Decker.

He now lives in MA with his wife Kim.


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