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In 2021 the world as we know it changed. The government collapsed, and the worst characteristics of human nature were shown as the world fell into ruins. Years after The Fall, the Tribes that were established are still at war. They still fight to keep what they pillaged, and most of all, they fight to keep their lies a secret. In a world filled with deception, nothing is as it seems.
I was born into this world.
Hunter Marks was molded into this world; a General— a person cold and harsh. A person meant to kill me.
We were told to just believe.
We were taught to never question.
We’re supposed to be robots, and accept our roles in this altered society.
Too bad Hunter and I don’t follow the rules.
And we’re a hell of a lot stronger than they ever thought possible.
They’ve been searching for the world’s deadliest weapon.
And I’m not following the leader any more.
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This is definitely not a world I would want to live in. It’s not pretty, and most things look pretty miserable.
Kate is a strong character. She doesn’t understand everything that is going on around her, but she refuses to give in to what she thinks are lies. She is the outcast in her family They don’t want her asking questions, and pretty much keep her away from the group. She has to learn to fit in and adjust when she comes into contact with Hunter. Hunter is a person who follows orders. He doesn’t always feel great about the things he has to do, and doesn’t believe everything he’s being told. He’s strong and able to mask his feelings.
There is romance in this book, and I think it was paced very well. There are instant attractions, but it takes a while for actual feelings to develop. It doesn’t feel rushed, and I love that they can be friends considering all that is wrong in the world. They find strength in each other. I also appreciate the way Kate grows throughout the book. She’s pretty much a completely different person by the end, but not in a bad way. She learns, and listens, as she tries to navigate around the things she’s finding out.
I really enjoyed this book, and want to know what happens next.