September 02, 2015

#Review #Giveaway of Torn (The Feuds #2) by @AveryEHastings

In an America split into the genetically superior and inferior, a fiercely ambitious ballerina and a boy from the wrong side of the tracks must stop a deadly virus that is spreading quickly.
Determined to escape from TOR-N, a corrupt Narxis research center, Davis meets another recovered patient, Mercer, whose sweet smile and quirky sense of humor give her hope in humanity again—and a way out. As they make a perilous journey seeking clues that could lead to a cure, Davis and Mercer's friendship begins to evolve into something more... but she's still struggling to let go of her feelings for Cole, whom she believes is dead.

Meanwhile, Cole has plans to change his identity in order to compete in the Olympiads—where Imps have now been invited to compete against Priors. He begins training with Mari, the intense and rebellious daughter of a retired fighter, but through trials and tests that are both exhausting and exhilarating, he finds himself in over his head—literally.

Will both Davis and Cole have the strength to resist temptation? Will they have the courage to face the answers they're seeking? Will their love survive across the divide?
 About the Author
AVERY HASTINGS is an author and former book editor from New York City. She grew up in Ohio, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned her MFA at the New School. When she's not reading or writing, Avery can usually be found in the park with her affable dog, and like the protagonists in her Feuds Series novel FeudsRival and Torn, she knows how to throw a powerful right hook and once dreamed of becoming a ballerina. In addition to New York, Avery has recently lived in Mumbai and Paris, but is happy to call Brooklyn home (for now).



Torn is book two in The Feuds duology, this one wrapped up the story pretty well.  This one we see the two MCs torn apart and tossed into different situations where they have no one to rely on but themselves.  

The author has done a wonderful job creating a new dystopian world that I am sad to see finish. The book was easy to understand and follow although the story was predictable at times.  The story ties up in a neat little bow.  It would have been nicer if there would have been a lasting conflict.  But in the end it was nice to have a book that ended in a happily ever after.  




 Go Into This One Knowing 
Happily Ever After











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