- File Size: 753 KB
- Print Length: 276 pages
- Publication Date: June 20, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L6J9UD2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #237 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Politics & Government
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Inevitable Kindle Edition
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The characters grab the attention and are easy to relate to, and the laws of the land are well established. At times I wished the character back stories were fleshed out more. But, overall, the plainness of the narrative and character development resonates with the bleakness of the little future presented, for the characters and for the world's population, making for a cohesive and well-paced story.
Recommend for young adults and for a quick read to get you thinking about current events.
The Book ‘Inevitable’ is a futuristic dystopian novel written by Jonathan Nace. The story revolves around the main character Ben Zachary. Ben has been accused of fraud against The Office and treason against the United States citizens. This accusation stems from a crime that Ben was acquitted of earlier in his life. Ben does not know or understand why he is taken into custody or the details of the crime. He is not allowed an attorney or any form of defense. But his friends Patricia and Bret do their best to help Ben. But all three friends are up against Agent Gabriel from The Office, who specializes in catching and turning in escapees.
The novel ‘Inevitable’ might even be a disturbing and realistic possibility in the future. Jonathan Nace lays out interesting concepts of a government controlling life and death with population control. The reason being, the world is running out of water. Many and varying factors contribute to the population control of quality of life over quantity. The author presents discussions of laws and the government that could be similar to those of today’s society. The main characters are the survivors and strong as one would expect in the world of ‘Inevitable’. A few characters came across as weak but likeable.
I give the plot five stars as an important message to society. The start of the novel took a bit of getting into but as the story developed the faster it became for me. I would recommend the book and give it an overall four stars. I received a copy for an unbiased and honest review. Thank you for an interesting read.
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The story starts in New Orleans with Ben, his friend Patricia, and Brett. At the age of 21, they have both received their FINAL notices (their death sentence). So to Patricia when Ben says he still hasn't received his notice three weeks after his 21st birthday it appears a little suspicious.
Agent Gabriel is after Ben to bring him to the office because he captures escapees. He's also to bring him in for questioning in front of Director Ringer. After he is detained, see how his friends are there to help him along the way. Patricia, who went to school for law, might actually have to put some of her skills to some good use and do a little digging, but will it be for nothing? Who is Margarett Sike? Why would Ben give up his life if he knew he was innocent? What role does Brett play in helping Ben escape? Is it all for nothing? What does Gabriel learn about himself from a fugitive on the run? Did Ben and Patricia finally meet up at a rendezvous point?
In my opinion, this page-turning thriller is a must read. Lives are at stake, relationships are rekindled. People have a deeper, philosophical understanding of what is really going on within this federal government (Patricia, Agent Gabriel) - and the conspiracies outside of their control that in the end some may learn that maybe it is time to repeal the Bill of Life.
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