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The Road Demands Tribute, Volume 1
By: George Saoulidis
Narrated by: John York
This is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary.
This is a strange but interesting book about celebrities, teens trying to make their own way doing it their way, changing the world even if it means breaking rules, and so much more. It's in the future with more tech. Some things don't change like Corp corruption and teens needing to be themselves and loved.
The narration was very good and keep the flow going well.
The setting Greece. The characters were straight out of Greek mythology. The period the future. The world is set up into corporations owned by Zeus, Artemis, Apollo, Dionysus and others. The people’s lives are controlled by these corporations. Once you are chosen for a corporation you cannot change your fate, or can you?
I am not sure why the chapters are set up as “videos” but the arrangement is perfect. I was a little caught off guard when I first started reading until I realized they were broken up perfectly. The videos switch from the Amazons to Aura, join.
The characters are well developed and it is easy to take sides. I really liked Aura, the main character, she is a strong girl and know what she wants and tries to make it happen- although there are many obstacles in her way. Everyone needs a friend like Ortes. He doesn’t let what others think about Aura and her stubbornness change his feelings. I hope there is a sequel and Ortes is able to win her over. I didn’t like Viko, I just wish he was given the reality dose he should have. I guess in the realistic world there are some who never get the justice they deserve.
I recommend The Girl Who Twisted Fate’s Arm by George Saoulidis, to anyone who likes a good action-packed adventure.
I found one flaw- on page 105 “They were [an} underground…. “
I was given the opportunity to read The Girl Who Twisted Fate's Arm by George Saoulidis- by Inkspand in exchange for an honest review.