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In Earth's battle-ridden future, humans have evolved. Those with extraordinary skills rise to power and fame. Those without live in poverty. Sixteen-year-old Willow Kent believed she was normal. But when a genetically-advanced military officer shows up in her village and questions her identity, long-buried secrets begin to emerge. With remarkable skills and a shocking genetic code the Core and its enemies will do anything to obtain, Willow suddenly finds the freedom she craves slipping through her fingers. Greed, corruption, and genetic tampering threaten every aspect of her existence as she's thrust, unwilling, into the sophisticated culture of the elite Core city. To ensure peace, she must leave the past behind, marry a man she's never met, and submit to the authority of a relentless officer with a hidden agenda of his own. Her life has become a dangerous game. How much will she sacrifice in order to win?

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Keep up the good work, Ms Denault! 24 de agosto de 2016
Por Elizabeth Alexander - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
This may be a tougher review because I am an INFJ like the writer. In being so, I may be harder on the material than would be normal. Nonetheless, I found this book very enjoyable and a fast easy read. The themes (brought to life by specific characters) were most interesting, but not fleshed out enough in this reading. So much potential, but it felt unfinished.
The writing and atmosphere of the story is dreamy and pulls you in immediately. I read it in record time and was frustrated with the ending as it did not seem complete. But oh, this is only part 1. And currently, there is no part 2. So, reader, be warned. It felt like part of a book, rather than a whole book. There was no sense of wholeness. It was like the first episode in a Korean drama.
The writer has created a dystopian world which is revealed through the interaction of the characters. Her skill with creative naming is quite artful. I guess it didn’t get five stars from me because of the character of Reece who I did not like. If he’s a love interest, then hopefully another one will manifest (other than the disapproving Thess). The character of Reece failed from the beginning with me, and the descriptions of him make me think of an extreme cross between a stiff Nazi SS commandant and Fabio. Even the descriptions of the clothing he wore did not manifest attractively in my imagination. So I was irritated with Willow at times regarding her interactions with him. I’m like, “Willow? Hellow?”
Honestly, I found it odd that Willow would be attracted to Reece, but I’m not Willow. His character is controlling, inconsistent, unhealthy and deceptive (regardless of fabulous gifts of Mustang mares). In fact, most of the characters around Willow are problematic with the exception of Joshua, who I loved at his first introduction. Hoping part 2 will resolve the frustrations of part 1.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas May your moves end in checkmate 6 de enero de 2016
Por Cin Ngo - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
We're just getting started

Overall, this book was a solid read.

This book had me hooked nearly from that start and our heroine Willow is truly a force to be reckon with. I've stepped away from dystopian a bit because it is severely a cluttered genre at this point, but I truly enjoyed this book.

It takes place in a world where the value of a person's life is largely determined by their DNA. People and Ritters are engineered to be stronger, faster, more deadly etc.

We're introduced to an interesting cast of characters with Reece, Aspen, Morry and Fenn to name a few. I loved Aspen the most to be honest because he is just so relaxed and feels so natural. In a book that's somewhat heavy he is a breath of fresh air. Fenn was another character I adored because he is just so sweet and fatherly from the start. I hope he stays that way and doesn't turn out to be playing some sort of game.

Reece I did not like at the start but seeing as he's our girl's main love interest I knew we'd get to know him better. And I do like him by the end of the book. But he has such an air of mystery about him that I am a bit wary still. I could say the same for Morry something about that women just does not sit right.

Lastly, Thess. We did not get to meet him until nearly end of this book. Considering he was suppose to be Willow's fiance I thought we would meet him earlier to be honest. Yet at the same time as I got further and further into the book I had a feeling they were keeping his introduction potentially for when our group came into crisis, and naturally we got just that. Unfortunately, he is not the pleasant sweet jokester his cousin Aspen is. But that is no surprise. He has been groomed to essentially reign supreme. I do hope his relationship with Willow improves though because he could be a really valuable ally to her cause if she can sway him.

At this point, I think this book is a bit more romance focused than dystopian. Which is not necessarily bad because I like the main couple enough. But I'm actually much more interested in all the new technologic advances they've made, along with learning more about the rebels and their cause. Because clearly the government is corrupt. So I suppose it's a matter of seeing who is truly the lesser of two evils.

Looking forward to seeing what lies ahead for our dear Willow and hoping for her that her moves end in checkmate.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awkward ending...... 15 de octubre de 2015
Por MKH - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
First off, I want to say that I DID enjoy this for the most part. The overall pacing was good, the story was different enough to be interesting and engaging, and Willow was a great MC. Several of the supporting characters were funny and well done (I really liked Ash's humor, and Garron's brotherly role). However, where this one fell apart for me was....

1) The lack of story development (it was fast paced, but the progress of the story was SOOOO SLOW!).

2) What the heck is Reece's role?!?!...after reading the entire book, I'm still confused! He's awful, sweet, thoughtful, controlling, arrogant, etc (I could go on....) but he doesn't "change" over the course of the story, he does it all simultaneously (I still think I hate him). If he's going to be the love interest.....ew. (no spoiler, since it's unclear)

3) She only meets her "betrothed" once, briefly. That plotline is kind of a big part of the story, so the story really felt like it had holes. Also, the scene where they meet is awkward, it's almost like they realized they needed to at least mention him for "romantic drama" or something.

Love triangle? - since I can't figure out if we should like Reese or hate him, and Thess (the betrothed) is MIA in this one ...... I'm gonna say no love triangle ....yet.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This Is A GREAT Read! 8 de abril de 2015
Por Rita Agenstein - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
Loved this book!! Very well written - great character development. The author gave me amazing mental pictures of characters, clothing, landscape. It all melded together in a perfect blend of action and adventure. Bring on Book 2!! Bring on the movie version!!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A great book - READ it! 13 de noviembre de 2015
Por Lanchors - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
A wonderful read from a new writer who I just happen to personally know. That aside, this book is well written and better than many books by established writers. Which, for me, was not surprising. If you loved Hunger Games, Divergent, you will love this book, too. Do yourself a favor and get it, you will be hooked! CL Denault, I am ready for your next book!