Nirvana by J.R. Stewart was a book I really wanted to like. The cover was gorgeous and I was certain that the book would at least partially live up to the greatness of the cover. Unfortunately, such was not the case. The major premise of Nirvana is a post-apocalyptic world where all of the bees have gone extinct. Mankind lives in desolate conditions, and one corporation, Hexagon has entirely too much power and control.
Larissa Kenders is engaged to Andrew a genius programmer who is responsible for developing a virtual world, Nirvana, where individuals can visit and experience Earth as it used to be, before the loss of bees destroyed the world as we know it. I really struggled to finish Nirvana. The story seemed to be all over the place and if anything brought no end of confusion seemingly repeating the same incidents in different ways, time and again.
As a result, I can only give Nirvana 2/5 stars for a book that really was hard to read and where the plot never coalesced into anything meaningful.
I received this book for free through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.