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Dissent & Intent: Young Adult Science Fiction (1.5 & 1.6, Feeder Series) Paperback – September 3, 2017
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From the Author
The Feeder Series Reading Order (Young Adult):
Dissent #1.5 (A Feeder Story)
Intent #1.6 (A Feeder Story)
Breeder #2 (coming in 2018)
The Exilon 5 Series Order (Adult):
Echoes of Earth #0.5
New Origin #0.6
(Both prequels free when you sign up to my newsletter: smarturl.it/y31fek)
Becoming Human #1 (FREE)
Altered Reality #2
Crimson Dawn #3
Quantum Silence #4
Isobel #4.5(A Quantum Silence Story)
Marcus #4.6(A Quantum Silence Story)
Duality - Sci-Fi Thriller
About the Author
Eliza Green tried her hand at fashion designing, massage, painting, and even ghost hunting, before finding her love of writing. She often wonders if her desire to change the ending of a particular glittery vampire story steered her in that direction (it did). After earning her degree in marketing, Eliza went on to work in everything but marketing, but swears she uses it in everyday life, or so she tells her bank manager.
Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, she lives there with her sci-fi loving, evil genius best friend. When not working on her next amazing science fiction adventure, you can find her reading, indulging in new food at an amazing restaurant or simply singing along to something with a half decent beat.
For a complete list of books, http://www.elizagreenbooks.com/books
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INTENT: I'm not normally a Sci-Fic reader, but I’ve now read 9 books by Eliza Green. I'm a character reader and Eliza Green really gets into character development and the intrigue in her books. With having read all those books by this author it didn’t take me long to settle into another POV short story set between books #1 & #2 of the Feeder saga. The problem with short stories is just that, they’re short! Read in the overall expanse of the Feeder saga this well-written short story fleshes out and expands the saga and therefore is more satisfying. No spoilers here though, buy the books, read the books (all of them), review the books, get into a good author I have!
Warren must hide his true intentions for wanting to reach the top floor in Arcis. Can he do it? Can he find the parents who abandoned him to join the rebels? Intent is Warren's story and what he does to find his parents.
Eliza Green's writing makes the characters come alive and the story is very well written. I was hooked!
I was originally given a free or reduced copy of this book in exchange for an honest and impartial review. This has not influenced my review at al
Dissent: I really enjoyed this book . It is meant to be read after Feeders and helps to give more dimension to Dom as well as Shelia. It is written from his POV and gives a little back story and tells about his trip to the 9th floor in Arcis. It gives us a different perspective on Dom's feelings and personality.
Intent: Eliza has given some of the backstory for Warren and what drives him to act the way he did in Feeders. This written from Warrens POV and tells about how he was abandon by his parents and left to fend for himself.
One moment I hated Warren and then in the next I could not help but feel sorry for him. I can see what really drove his actions and why he did a lot of the things that took place in Feeders.
I did not want the book to end and it let me wanting more.
I recommend all of Eliza Green's books, including this one!
Wow! I really liked Dom's version. I preferred it to Warren's but I have a feeling both of these stories are VERY important.
As with intent, this is not a standalone story. It's a little choppy and if you haven't read Feeder you won't understand what's happening.
I thought it was pretty good. It's definitely not a standalone. if you haven't read Feeder you will be completely lost as to what is going on.
It's a little choppy in my opinion with how the story jumps around but not terribly so. Again, if you haven't read Feeder this book won't make sense but it's definitely a good addition to the series.