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Unregistered (Volume 1) Paperback – September 11, 2017
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People are allowed to live to exactly 75 years old. They get married at 25 years old, after having their spouse chosen for them. Their jobs are chosen for them. The food they're allowed to eat is chosen for them.
AND more and more jobs and functions are being handled by technology.
Oh, and guess what? If you have more than the one allotted child, the "extra" child is Unregistered - not assigned a Tier level, given the jobs no one else wants, not allowed to marry.
Bristol is Unregistered. He works doing scut work in a restaurant kitchen when he really wants to be an artist, a desire he fulfills by painting controversial graffiti around the town he lives in.
This dystopian world created by author Lynch is a darn scary place because it sounds possible. Far out there but possible.
In-depth world building, engaging characters and some thought-provoking concepts are brought forward in this first book in a new series. AND it didn't end at a terrible cliffhanger. Big plus.
I received this book from City Owl Press through Net Galley in exchange for my unbiased review.
This book was surprisingly good. There is a bit of Christianity in it, but it doesn't beat you over the head with it. The world-building could be improved upon, but overall it was a decent Dystopian. Of course there is a sequel soon. I will be looking forward to reading it.