Wow. This book blew me away. The concept, the execution, it was amazing! I couldn't get enough of it and never wanted to stop reading. Sil Sarrah works for Syntex and has a supercomputer inside her head. This computer allows her to go into the heads of field agents and commandeer their mind from afar to lead them to safety. She has not lost a single life in the ten years she's been doing it. The only thing is, the supercomputer inside her head is slowly deteriorating and she only has about a year left before it will take her with it. Her computer glitches during a mission, which sets off a turn of events she could never have predicted. After failing a critical mission, she is forced to run and prove that she is not a traitor to the people she has worked for for the last ten years.
Tag: ya dystopian
WWW Wednesday – 17th January 2023
Hey everyone! Welcome back to WWW Wednesday, which is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. I've managed to do a bit more reading and am now a week and a half into my new job! I'm going to slowly try and work my way through arcs until I'm all caught up and can read some of my physical tbr! The Three W’s are: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?
Blue Out Book Review
Reading Blue Out took me right back to the years I was obsessed with everything and anything dystopian.
TTT: Books I Enjoyed, but Have Never Mentioned On My Blog
Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday, a meme hosted by ThatArtsyReaderGirl. This weeks topic is books I enjoyed, but have never mentioned on my blog! I feel like there are a lot of these, and I also think I may mention some that I have spoken about briefly before, but they deserve the recognition! I adore this… Continue reading TTT: Books I Enjoyed, but Have Never Mentioned On My Blog
Blog Tour: Unraveling Eleven ARC Review
Unraveling Eleven Author: Jerri Chisholm Pages: 384 pages Genre: YA Dystopia Published: 16th November 2021 Rating: 4 Stars Synopsis: In Compound Eleven, freedom from tyranny is impossible. My name is Eve Hamilton, and I’ve managed the impossible. I am free. Until just like that, it is wrenched from my grasp. And this time, the corridors… Continue reading Blog Tour: Unraveling Eleven ARC Review
Escaping Eleven Book Review
Escaping Eleven Author: Jerri Chisholm Pages: 400 pages Genre: YA Dystopian Published: December 2020 Rating: 4 Stars Synopsis: In Compound Eleven, the hierarchy of the floors is everything. My name is Eve Hamilton, and on my floor, we fight. Which at least is better than the bottom floor, where they toil away in misery. Only… Continue reading Escaping Eleven Book Review
The Tides of Reckoning ARC Review
The Tides of Reckoning Author: Tyler Edwards Pages: Genre: YA Sci-fi Published: 29th October 2021 Rating: 4.5 Stars Synopsis: “Live long enough and you’ll see, people are the worst monsters.” Defeated. Betrayed. Exiled. Jett Lasting finds himself alone in the place he fears more than death itself: the Outlands. Wracked with guilt and desperate to… Continue reading The Tides of Reckoning ARC Review
Curse of the Celts ARC Review
Curse of the Celts Author: Clara O'Connor Pages: 461 pages Genre: YA Fantasy/Dystopia Published: 18th March 2021 Rating: 5 Stars! Synopsis: You are accused of crimes against the Code. How do you plead? After failing to escape the Roman metropolis of Londinium with Devyn, her lover, and Marcus, her betrothed, Cassandra wakes in inky darkness… Continue reading Curse of the Celts ARC Review
WWW Wednesday – 3rd March 2021
Hi everyone! I can't believe we're in March already, I feel like February flew by! It’s time for another WWW Wednesday. This meme is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. I've not had as much time to read this week as previous weeks, as the dissertation draft deadline is slowly approaching! The Three Ws… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 3rd March 2021
Monthly Wrap-Up January 2021
Hi! Welcome to my first wrap-up of 2021! I read so much more than I thought I would and I'm very impressed with myself! I read a total of 11 books! 7 were ARCs or review copies! My book of the month is A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire. From Blood and Ash: This was… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up January 2021