domingo, 5 de octubre de 2014

E by Kate Wrath

Publicado por Paulina J. en 8:30
Title: E
Series: E #1
Author: Kate Wrath

Pages 443
Date Published: May 4th 2014

A poignant tale of love and friendship in a world beyond hope…

Outpost Three: a huddle of crumbling buildings choked by a concrete wall. Cracked pavement, rusted metal, splintering boards. Huge robotic Sentries police the streets, but the Ten Laws are broken every time one turns its back.

Eden is determined, smart, and a born survivor. Stripped of her memories and dumped on the streets of the Outpost, slavers and starvation are only the beginning of her problems. A devastating conflict is coming that threatens to consume her world and tear her newfound family apart.

Life is harsh. It makes no exceptions. Not even for the innocent.

“Absolutely heart-stopping! Grizzly, dark, haunting and gripping in a way that kept me glued in to the very end. If you are looking for a strong and smart heroine in a kick butt dystopian world, this is the book for you.” - Leti Del Mar, author of Land of the Unaltered

“The characters are fascinating, especially the enigmatic love interest Jonas, and his threatening rival, the dark and sizzling Matt.” - Pol Blaze, author of Pan-Dim.



                            *I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.*

 Set in  a unique dystopian world in which robots enforce law and any person that breaks any of the ten laws is 'erased', an act that makes you forget everything about yourself our main character, Eden finds herself erased in a hostile place known as Outpost three.


What I loved most about how Eden was written was the fact that at first she didn't know anything about the world or about herself but she didn't sit around waiting for someone to help her or just complained how life was unfair. She picked herself up and did all she could to survive.

She finds a rag tag family who give her another incentive to survive and fight especially for Oscar. I was bit scared that there might be a love triangle but fortunately Apollon wasn't there to be a love interest he was there to fight, provide comfort, understanding and giving us a few laughs.

This is a great Dystopian world and not one I would lie to find myself in, I would really recommend this book to a lot of people.



1 comentarios:

Missie on 5 de octubre de 2014, 9:53 dijo...

I love this cover and I have never heard of this one, definitely going to add it to my TBR!
Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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