Dare to Endure (Parallel World Book Two) Kindle Edition
|Length: 414 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Imprisoned by Christine Kersey follows 16-year old Morgan Campbell's ongoing journey within a society where being overweight is against the law and punishable by placement in one of many F.A.T. centers (Federally Assisted Thinning centers). The book opens with Morgan's transfer to one such center, and the reader soon becomes immersed in the day-to-day experiences and indoctrination of the imprisoned. The center's rigid, domineering, and often cruel practices are cloaked by it's seemingly innocent name of Camp Willowmoss. As Morgan struggles to adjust to the new rules and array of people, she desperately tries to develop a plan of escape and eventually find her way back home. In true Kersey style, the book ends in such a way that leaves you anxious and excited for the next book. Really excited.
What I most enjoyed in this book was Kersey's details about the runnings of an F.A.T. center. She created a believable environment that toyed with my imagination and at times, prompted me to question some of my own beliefs and assumptions.
I kept telling her not to go back in that F.A.T. facility...but nooooo...did she listen! *sheesh*