Book Review: Vox by Christina Dalcher (2.5 Stars)

Vox is a modern retelling of the Handmaids Tale with a twist. Dr. Jean McClellan is living in a new world, and it’s a quiet one. At least it is for her and her daughter. After the United States is overtaken by the “Pure Movement,” a fundamentalist Christian political movement, women are only allowed to speak 100 words a day. But when Dr. McClellan’s research is needed to save the President’s brother…

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