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Into Darkness

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Fifteen year old Alexandra Spencer’s life was not supposed to turn out this way She was not supposed to go on trial for a crime she did not commit She was not supposed to be found guilty And she was not supposed to be sent to Elder Grey Detention Centre a place of horrors many don’t surviveShe is however supposed to be the daughter of the wealthiest most influential man in the post apocalyptic New Zealand city of New PhoenixBut apparently she isn’tShell shocked and s. As a whole I enjoyed this book but certain parts in the way the story is told nearly drove me batty I think a lot has to do with being too short for all it contains But the adventure is still a good oneAlex Alexandra is the spoiled daughter of the city Judge But when she takes the fall on a petty crime the results are far from what she expected She is sentenced to a year in a prison camp The journey there is dangerous and once she is there the stakes will be even higher We have her guards who may or may not be trustworthy blood drinking Drifters poisonous pigs and criminals who hate that her father is the one that saw them sent away Lots happening The journey to the prison is the first half of the story then the second half is the prison itself I loved seeing how Alex grows and mature as a character She stands up for herself and others She has flaws such as being too trusting and naive but she works though them making her a believable character The romance is mostly light and boy does she uestion it While an important part of the story it is not overly focused on which was a nice change of paceWhat bothered my most were odd reference about her memory We get a reference to a hospital stay but not why It is mentioned several times that she should remember characters or situations but doesn't And she doesn't uestion about it I kept thinking there was going to be some huge twist to the story with it but it just kept being dragged out There are other things places and descriptions that I felt were too lightly glossed over An extra sentence or two to better explain things would be niceAnother thing I found odd was the dystopian setting mix of technology vs not They have cell phones can do paternity and genetic testing and altercations but don't have cars Or even horses or something Medicine is either Elixir or random and forbidden herbs Just a very strange mixture With the lack of description it make things very hard to visualize this worldOverall it is worth a uick read but I was not super impressed Raw potential but I feel it needed refinement Still it was reasonably enjoyableI was given a digital copy of this book in exchange for a fairhonest review Managerial Decision Making up for herself and others She has flaws such as being too trusting and naive but she works though them making her a believable character The romance is mostly light and boy does she His Punishment uestion it While an important part of the story it is not overly focused on which was a nice change of paceWhat bothered my most were odd reference about her memory We get a reference to a hospital stay but not why It is mentioned several times that she should remember characters or situations but doesn't And she doesn't Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula uestion about it I kept thinking there was going to be some huge twist to the story with it but it just kept being dragged out There are other things places and descriptions that I felt were too lightly glossed over An extra sentence or two to better explain things would be niceAnother thing I found odd was the dystopian setting mix of technology vs not They have cell phones can do paternity and genetic testing and altercations but don't have cars Or even horses or something Medicine is either Elixir or random and forbidden herbs Just a very strange mixture With the lack of description it make things very hard to visualize this worldOverall it is worth a The Test uick read but I was not super impressed Raw potential but I feel it needed refinement Still it was reasonably enjoyableI was given a digital copy of this book in exchange for a fairhonest review

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Truggling to understand why she is no longer a member of the city’s ruling family Alexandra is torn from her privileged life by the churlish young guard Will Metcalfe and forced to trek for three weeks through deadly wilderness to her place of imprisonment Her journey with Will is a constant battle for survival where she is never sure who is the real enemy It is also journey into the truth about the safe and lavish world from which she has been cast Through Will she lear. All in all I really liked this oneAlex drove me crazy for the first few chapters to the point where I thought I was going to have to drop out of the book tour because I thought I was going to have to write less than a four star review But Alex really begins to grow as a person and by the end I actually really liked her though she wasn't my favorite personI did wish that there was time spent in the prison system in this dystopian world and less time spent on Alex's and Will's travels to Elder Gray prison the book was spent about 50% 50% evenlyThere were some other minor things that drove me crazy there's talk of technology yet there aren't any vehicles or other forms of transportation that just seemed off There's talk of Alex being in a hospital but no explanation of why but that's how her father finds out she isn't really her daughter but why did it take her father so long to find out the truth when her mother's been dead all these years What changed I thought there was going to be to the story but nothing The whole bit about the hospital just seemed thrown into the story line so that Alex's father can find out he isn't really her fatherIt also drove me a little crazy that they made the outback seem so scary and so dangerous and the chances of surviving so few and then the author talks so much about the drifters that were vampire like creatures yet the journey wasn't really that scary and the drifters you meet were much nicer friendlier and personable then the humans with one exceptionAll in all however I really liked the world that the characters were living in and I did really like the story line the pacing and the character development was great Even though I did have some issues with the book overall I really enjoyed this one especially about a 13 of the way in and the whole rest of the book I did feel the ending was a bit rushed but maybe that's also because I was upset that the book was over Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula understand why she is no longer a member of the city’s ruling family Alexandra is torn from her privileged life by the churlish young guard Will Metcalfe and forced to trek for three weeks through deadly wilderness to her place of imprisonment Her journey with Will is a constant battle for survival where she is never sure who is the real enemy It is also journey into the truth about the safe and lavish world from which she has been cast Through Will she lear. All in all I really liked this oneAlex drove me crazy for the first few chapters to the point where I thought I was going to have to drop out of the book tour because I thought I was going to have to write less than a four star review But Alex really begins to grow as a person and by the end I actually really liked her though she wasn't my favorite personI did wish that there was time spent in the prison system in this dystopian world and less time spent on Alex's and Will's travels to Elder Gray prison the book was spent about 50% 50% evenlyThere were some other minor things that drove me crazy there's talk of technology yet there aren't any vehicles or other forms of transportation that just seemed off There's talk of Alex being in a hospital but no explanation of why but that's how her father finds out she isn't really her daughter but why did it take her father so long to find out the truth when her mother's been dead all these years What changed I thought there was going to be to the story but nothing The whole bit about the hospital just seemed thrown into the story line so that Alex's father can find out he isn't really her fatherIt also drove me a little crazy that they made the outback seem so scary and so dangerous and the chances of surviving so few and then the author talks so much about the drifters that were vampire like creatures yet the journey wasn't really that scary and the drifters you meet were much nicer friendlier and personable then the humans with one exceptionAll in all however I really liked the world that the characters were living in and I did really like the story line the pacing and the character development was great Even though I did have some issues with the book overall I really enjoyed this one especially about a 13 of the way in and the whole rest of the book I did feel the ending was a bit rushed but maybe that's also because I was The Test upset that the book was over

Hayley Barrett ´ 6 Read

Ns of a mutant race called Drifters living in the wilderness who are being preyed upon by New Phoenix’s guards Drifter’s blood being a life saving cure all elixir for the city’s inhabitantsAs Alex struggles to cope with her new life in Elder Grey an act of friendship ends in tragedy When someone she thought was an enemy pulls her from her despair Alex discovers that old friends cannot be trusted prejudice is another word for fear and trust not blood ties make a famil. FULL OF HAIR YANKING SURPRISESI received a ARC of this book in exchange for a honest reviewThis book had me on the edge of the seat since the beginning It shows how this girl Alex takes the fall for a crime and is forced to go to a prison where the prisoners hate her as her dad is the judge This is full of surprises and definitely has you ready to yank your hair out I admit the book was a bit short but uality made up for the uantity The characters were greatly developed and matured along the way in ways then one This definitely has me wanting of Hayley Barrett's booksMakayla RedmonCutting Muse Blog Review