Thursday, 21 July 2016
Review for Female: 918: Part I by Jason Ellis
I adore books by Jason Ellis. They are always fun and easy reads. Female: 918 was no different. I loved this novella.
This book is set in a dystopian future and is told through the point of view of an unnamed girl, simply known as F-918. The world has taken a dark turn, and slavery has returned. People are "grown" to become slaves, and are essentially denied basic human rights. But that is all about to change.
I'm not sure what else I can say about the book because I don't want to give anything away. This novella was quite unexpected. It was a different concept and seemed really well thought out. There were some really clever twists that I totally did not expect, which was wonderful. The prologue confused me a little bit, but I'm sure it will make sense when the rest of the parts are released.
As usual, I loved the writing style and I cannot wait to know the characters better.
Overall, a fun read!
PS: Can we have Part 2 soon?? I really need to know what happens next!
PPS: I don't know why, but the title and the "Blurb" refuse to be the same size... I can't seem to fix it. X_X
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