November 15, 2018

#BookReview: Freedom Trials by Meredith Tate

About the Book:

Evelyn Summers is imprisoned for a crime that was wiped from her memory.

In order for Evelyn to be released, she―along with other “reformed” prisoners―must pass seven mental, physical, and virtual challenges known as the Freedom Trials. 

One mistake means execution and, with her history of being a snitch, her fellow inmates will do everything they can to get revenge.

When new prisoner Alex Martinez arrives, armed with secrets about Evelyn’s missing memories, she must make a choice. 

She can follow the rules to win and walk free, or covertly uncover details of the crime that sent her there.

 But competing in the trials and dredging up her erased past may cost Evelyn the one thing more valuable than freedom: her life. 

About the Author: Meredith Tate grew up in Concord, New Hampshire, where she discovered Harry Potter and subsequently fell in love with the many worlds of science fiction and fantasy. Her first book, Missing Pieces, came out in 2015 from Omnific Publishing. Meredith and her husband spent three wonderful years in St. Louis, Missouri before moving to Zurich, Switzerland as expats. Meredith spends her days eating cheese and chocolate by the lake and writing stories about characters much braver than she is.

Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Dystopian

My Review: This one is like a blend of other young adult books like The Maze Runner and The Hunger Games.  It was very fast paced but the main charater was kind of unlikeable and the story itself was just such a blend of other books that it didn't feel like anything orginal. It was just like a mesh of all the good things in other books. 

Go Into This One Knowing: Nothing New

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