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The premise is a society of haves (the Codists) in their gated communities who both fear and want to control the people outside, and the have-nots who in turn fear and loathe the Codists. The Codists have engineered their society into Stepford wives and developed a chip that is supposed to allow the user to control the minds of everyone. Unfortunately for them, everyone who was implanted with it has died. They discover there is one person who survived but she is not a Codist. That starts the action.
I enjoyed the action but I really liked the character growth. Everyone that I cared about grew in one way or another. They also began to care for and accept others who were not initially their friends. There are also some mysteries from the past that the author gradually reveals which made the book even more interesting. I liked this book and I will be reading it again soon, I’m sure.
I received an ARC for an honest review.
Mineko, a daughter of prominent parents, rebels against COL (Civil Obedience Law) by warning Lexi and her friends, such rescuing them from being captured and reintegrated – which means deleting their memories.
And now they are on the run, hiding with rebels.
It is good that this society was just a fantasy.
I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing, in exchange for an honest review.
character was gay, I don't believe I've ever read one with a full complement of LGBT characters. The story here is strong and well-crafted,
and eventually everyone's gender identity and sexuality assumed their rightful places, to me, as simply part of the plot. Each of the characters
has depth, complexity, and surprises to them. To me personally it is gratifying to read a book where people treat one another with warmth and
sincerity. (Something that can be a bit harder to run across in the real world, at times.) The story has a good balance of action to interpersonal
exchange. There are some fairly graphic and joyful sex scenes. Overall I'd say that it was well worth reading.
If you're someone who can't tolerate people who deviate from cis-gendered heterosexuality, this book probably won't be to your liking. Otherwise, I can't recommend it highly enough. Read and enjoy.