Lissa's Review: Immurement (The Undergrounders #1) by Norma Hinkens
Publisher: Dunecadia Publishing
Released: December 9th 2015
Genre: Dystopian, Adventure
Length: 247 pages
The Sweepers are coming. They hunt the young. Earth's end is her beginning. Sixteen-year-old Derry and her brother live in perpetual fear of capture. They survive underground on a scorched earth overrun by gangs, clones, and mysterious hoverships. When her brother goes missing, Derry’s only hope of finding him is to strike a deal with a group of cutthroat subversives. Desperate to save her brother, she leads a daring raid to uncover the secrets behind the Sweepers’ hoverships, but she soon finds out the world she knows is a lie. Keeping her brother alive may require trusting her enemy and opening her heart to something she never thought possible. Immurement is the first book in The Undergrounders Series, a sci-fi dystopian thriller trilogy with a gritty complex heroine and twists you won’t see coming!
Three Boundless Stars
Immurement, is a dystopian filled tale. Including Clones, sweepers who are trying to distract pure blood in order to save cloning.
Derry has been hiding in an underground bunker. But things start to unravel and slowly she comes to realize there's more to everything, then she ever knew.
I wanted to love Immurement because it has so much promise. But for some reason, I couldn't really get into the story fully. There's nothing wrong with the writing. Hinkens portrays this world perfectly and it is entertaining. There's a lot of danger and there's also action, through out.
I think this is a good story. But I don't think it was for me. Now this is a story, that if you love this genre. You would easily fall into.
Overall, I give this book Three Boundless Stars. It was a good and enjoyable.