The Pashtun Boy’s Paradise (ebook)

(2 customer reviews)

Step into the world of ‘The Pashtun Boy’s Paradise’ where the future is a fragile balance between utopia and dystopia.

Follow Ash as he embarks on a dangerous journey from his war-torn country to the mythical land of Europe, where dreams are within reach but at a cost. Navigate through the treacherous border zone where hunting machines roam and danger lurks around every corner.

As Ash discovers, in this perfect world, crime has been eradicated and everyone has the chance to pursue their passions. However, he learns utopia may come at a price.

This haunting vision of our future, masterfully written by Stephen Hunt, will leave you questioning what it means to be human.


The future is beautiful … just not for everyone!

Ash must escape from his broken war-torn country, fleeing towards mythical Europe, or face murder at the hands of a brutish local warlord.

The one slight problem is, few ever survive the horrifying packs of ravenous hunting machines roaming across the depopulated border zone!

But his perilous odyssey might be worth it. For in this future Europe, nobody goes hungry or poor. Crime has been as good as abolished, and everyone can pursue their dreams, whatever their passions may be.

But when you have the perfect utopia, just how far do the clock’s hands need to sweep to strike dystopia?

Masterfully imagined and written, this haunting vision of our future questions what it means to be human, and firmly crowns Stephen Hunt at the vanguard of the science fiction genre.

2 reviews for The Pashtun Boy’s Paradise (ebook)

  1. 5 out of 5


    Good grief where can I even begin with The Pashtun Boy’s Paradise? I was on the edge of my seat during the entirety of this novel. The protagonist, Ash, is a refugee from a war-torn country who is attempting to reach Europe. It must be simple, right? Wrong.

    This trip makes me very happy that I don’t live in the future. If Ash, however, succeeds in reaching Europe, he will find a paradise waiting for him there. It’s a fantastic idea, isn’t it? And of course there’s a catch, right? Reading this book will force you to reflect on your own humanity and the ways in which the best of intentions can backfire and create a dystopian future.

  2. 4 out of 5


    The Pashtun Boys Paradise is a thought provoking work of science fiction that explores themes of identity survival and the price of paradise. One of the novel’s strengths is its world building, which is both imaginative and detailed. Hunt’s portrayal of a future Europe that is both utopian and dystopian is intriguing and raises questions about the nature of progress and the cost of achieving a perfect society.

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