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Lissa's Review: The Never Dawn (The Never Dawn #1) by R.E. Palmer


kindle unlimited PUBLISHER: FrontRunner Publications RELEASED: August 5, 2016 GENRE: Ya, scifi, dystopian LENGTH: 281 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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NEW DYSTOPIAN TRILOGY: BOOK ONE

All his young life, Noah has longed to see the sky he's only heard about in stories. For over one hundred years, Noah's people have toiled deep beneath the Earth preparing for The New Dawn – the historic day when they will emerge to reclaim the land stolen by a ruthless enemy.

But when Rebekah, the girl of his forbidden desire, discovers a secret their leader has been so desperate to keep, Noah suspects something is wrong. Together, they escape and begin the long climb to the surface. But nothing could prepare them for what awaits outside. THREE BOUNDLESS STARS

The Never Dawn is the start of a dystopian trilogy. In the beginning, it’s a bit slow, and all honesty didn’t grab my attention. I love a story, that will grab me from the get-go. But I continued through, wanting to know about these characters and this world that Palmer created.

Noah’s world is an interesting one. He’s a little naive to his surroundings. And the one they call Mother. Palmer has a great ability of writing such a world. The detail and imagery you get throughout the book was great. I don’t want to give too much away from this story. This is a new take on the dystopian genre. It will be interesting to see what happens throughout this trilogy. I thought the story was good. I didn’t have a connection to the characters and that need to not stop reading, wasn’t there. But I can see this as a book a lot of people would love. Overall, I give this three Boundless Stars.


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