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Dawn of Rebellion (Dawn of Rebellion, #1)
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Dawn of Rebellion (Dawn of Rebellion, #1)

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This book was built on the foundation of a clever concept. What used to be the United States has been turned into a dumping ground where the British stick their "criminals." The main characters Dawn and Gabby are sisters. Gabby finds herself dating a guy with a powerful father that doesn't take kindly to his son dating a girl "below his station" so he arranges her to be sent to a slave camp. Dawn boards a cargo plane and the rescue is on.

The author was very good with her setting descriptions: not too much, but enough for the reader to get a vivid picture of the characters' world. I could picture the ruins of America in my mind very clearly, and she didn't have to describe every leaf on every tree to make that happen. I would have liked to see more of a differentiation between Gabby and Dawn. Their voice tones seemed to be very similar to one another.

A very entertaining read, which left on a cliffhanger. Will be waiting to see what happens to Dawn and Gabby next! ( )
  reneenmeland | Apr 30, 2015 |
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