Friday, July 7, 2017

Feeder by Eliza Green (Feeder, #1)

Feeder
by Eliza Green

 
Series: Feeder - Book 1
Publication Date: November 29, 2016
Publisher: Eliza Green
Genre: YA Dystopian
Print Length: 450 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
 
ANYA WANTED TO PLAY IT SAFE. BUT THINGS WERE ABOUT TO GET DANGEROUS.

When their hometown of Brookfield is poisoned by radiation, seventeen-year-old Anya Macklin and her older brother Jason are relocated to the safe but boring urbano of Essention.

While Jason is put to work, Anya is enrolled in the adult skills course at Arcis, a secretive and heavily monitored education facility. There she must compete with other teenage recruits and earn her place in society by reaching the top floor.

At first, Anya fears change, and is reluctant to advance. But then she meets Dom Pavesi, a brooding, evasive stranger who drives her to discover the rules of this dangerous game where there can be only one winner.

Who is Dom? Which side is he on?

And what terrible truth awaits Anya on the ninth floor of Arcis?

 
Feeder by Eliza Green (Feeder, #1)

FeederTheir hometown was poisoned by radiation, destroyed by rebels. Anya and her brother are relocated to Essention, Jason is put to work while Anya is sent to a very secretive education facility where each grade or level is actually up one floor. What Anya discovers is a world where “education” is more like re-conditioning and mental torture as the competition gets fierce and teens will do anything necessary to reach the next level. What happens when the final level is reached? Does this prove these teens are ready to join the adult world as productive members in high standing or have they be fooled into believing one lie after another that could turn them into cold-hearted monsters…or worse.

Follow Anya as she goes from a clueless and terrified girl to a young woman of determination as she and many of her fellow students realize something is wrong, very wrong and they are nothing more than expendable lab rats. Is it possible that the resistance they have been taught are vile and evil monsters could just be the true heroes? As Anya’s heart is captured by a mysterious boy, she must decide to think for herself, not to take things at face value and that what lay on the ninth and final floor may be her worst nightmare come to life.

Eliza Green’s FEEDER is pure dystopian bliss in all of its glory. Witness the uncertainty of a group of teens as they must compete to reach unknown the brass ring. Watch as they slowly come to terms with their situation and learn who they can trust and who will do anything to see them fail. Emotionally charged, sky-high tension and all the while, there is a shroud of mystery over the unknown that says just out of focus, just out of reach as teens are put to the test of their limits as pawns in the battle of good versus evil. Lies versus truths. How do they decide what is right? Ms. Green has created a world that immediately sucked me in and had me guessing how to get to the next level, who to trust and wonder who would break…not to mention WHY was this happening?

I received this copy from Eliza Green in exchange for my honest review.

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