Better but still The Hunger Games!! I feel like I'm reading that series again in a parallel universe. The similarities are strong,however.. This is developing into a good story, it's an entertaining read and the characters are strong. Abi is a force and her passion is addictive.
Next book, let's go rescue Peter....oh no sorry wrong character. I meant Gray!!!!!
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Resist (The Harvest Saga Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Casey L. Bond resides in Milton, West Virginia with her husband Elton and their two beautiful daughters, Juliet and Eris. When she's not busy being a domestic goddess and chasing her baby girls, she loves to write young adult and new adult fiction. Bond graduated from Hurricane High School in 1999. In 2003, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Marshall University in the field of Criminal Justice. You can find more information about Bond's books at www.authorcaseybond.com, www.facebook.com/authorcaseybond or on twitter @authorcaseybond. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B00MBQNZVC
- Language : English
- File size : 3289 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 234 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 335,803 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Good read but........Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 November 2020
Dystopian struggle at its bestReviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 December 2015
Dystopian YA read it said, but at 42 I loved this series. I read all three book in a week. After finishing each book id instantly purchase the next. I loved the main character Abby and her simplistic yet hard working lifestyle. The twists in her love life. Her friendship with Kyan was so sweet. She fought to have basic freedom from a society that considered themselves 'greater' than her society. Highly recommend. Looking forward to reading more of author Casey L. Bond's books.
Super readReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 April 2019
I loved the concept of these first 2 books. They would be great for older teenager's will recommend to our students
Interesting storyReviewed in the United States on 3 August 2019
I enjoyed reading the last 2 Harvest saga novel. It’s a dystopian novel that explores the existing social & political structures that is still existing in society. The rich and the poor, good vs. evil and man’s thirst for power & position. How I always loved a brave and bad ass heroine. Abby may not kick butts in the story but she is a fierce fighter and very compassionate girl. She has to endure pain both emotionally and physically and yet she remained resilient. The author was able to describe the characters without going into further detail but their actions and movement speak for themselves. How I love Kyan. I was really rooting for him but I guess they were not meant to be and I just wish in the 3rd book he will find his true love. I felt sad for Crew that it has to end that way but he was manipulated and used by his Father. I felt Abby’s pain when he was sentenced. As for Gray the Olympian guard who stood with her and loved her through tough times. I can’t wait to read the 3rd book. I hope all gets their HEA.
Needs a good editorReviewed in the United States on 8 March 2016
While there's no glaring grammatical errors, there are an abundance of plot holes and just odd plot decisions. I don't want to give away anything, so I can't be explicit, but to be vague about it - everyone just assumes that Abby has to be involved in saving, well, everyone, but it's not like she has any particular reason to do it. It's not like she's survived the hunger games and is deadly with a bow and arrow...yet, she still gets sent on all these "missions" and there's no real plot specific reason for her to do it, other than to have her be in all the action. There's also too many povs in this one, and things jump around without making sense. For example, one minute a character is remembering something and then they're in the present, and they've moved on to do something else, but you don't realize it for a few minutes. Just confusing transitions, and confusing plot lines all around. A good editor could clean it up and smooth out the roughness, while tightening up the plot. With the exception of Abby, who is quickly running into Mary Sue territory, all the other characters are flat and lack any dynamic elements. Some of them are bad and then do a 180 to the good for little reason. There's black and white, but little gray, and the gray is what makes good fiction.
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