I needed some young adult in my life after reading Lolita.
WHOOOOOAAAA what a horrible way to phrase that.
And yet I left it so you could read it and be mortified with me and for me.
Anyway: I love YA novels that have heart. And murder. Lots and lots of murder. And mystery. But mostly murder.
Is something wrong with me? Who knows. But this book was SO. DAMN. GOOD.
This book is about how Eden who had a pretty good life (talking good parents, nice house, just above middle class upbringing) until the revolution happened and then she was left with only a handful of relics and clues from her dad about where a secret island is. That which is a sanctuary to all those who reach it. Far from the horrible daily grind of living in a hellish world.
This book was part thriller, part female empowerment, and part suspense.
And I believe there was a hot ginger in there somewhere that had me happily trailing along through this book.
Read this if you were into The Hunger Games. Because it’s sort of like that but somehow more mature? I don’t know.
Can’t wait to read more!