The Liberty Box
October 24, 2015
Science Fiction - Dystopia - Young Adult
A well-known journalist of the nation, Kathryn “Kate” Brandeis is known to report the whole story. At least that’s what she thought she did. When the death of one of her former roommates hits her desk, she becomes aware of the truths behind The Republic. Quickly thereafter, she starts seeing things for what they really are and her whole world falls apart, literally.
Consume yourself into a realm of epic dystopian proportions in C. A. Gray’s The Liberty Box. A spectacular use of imagery, a world built on mind altering characteristics rapidly immerses the reader. Include the emotional impacts felt through the two main character’s point of view, and the story becomes one you do not want to end.
A book intended for young adult readers, profanity and sexual content are excluded, making this novel appropriate for any age. Plus, with little to no spelling and grammatical errors, this book deserves the 5 out of 5 stars given.
A bit of warning, as the series is a trilogy, this volume does end in a cliffhanger. However, with the remaining volumes already released, instant gratification can be received. So, make sure to obtain the second volume, The Eden Conspiracy, and let the journey resume.