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- Publication Date: April 19, 2016
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- Language: English
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Colin is a member of the group Freedom, all he wants is to be able to think for himself. but that's against the law.
Libby follows the doctrine, why question what she's always been told to believe. That is until it's her the government are after.
Very enjoyable, Highly recommended, I'm looking forward to the next installment.
Characterization is pretty good, dialogue is acceptable, for the most part.
The book lets us see a Leftist distopia through the eyes of two different people, one who rejected the Leftist authority and finds himself forced into greater conflict with it, and one who fully embraced its precepts but finds herself forced into opposition.
I was a little disappointed to find out this was first in a series, but it makes sense: the problems brought up in the novel need deeper exploration and can't be resolved in just one book.
I think the best aspect of this book is the author does a great job of showing you the world without telling you about the world.
I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants some good ideas to think about, as well as a gripping read.
My only other complaint is that this is clearly the first book in a series. I'm left wondering whether it gets more hopeful or not or remains as apparently hopeless as this one.
It lived up to the claim! I found myself reading faster and faster as I was immersed in a world just familiar enough to be disturbing, yet alien enough to want to know more about its secrets.
The book is part of a much larger story and its clear the author has long-term plans for it. This was an amazing beginning, and if the next book is as good, this series will evolve into something truly memorable. Highly recommended!