The Torturer's Daughter
Publish date: December 11th 2012
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
Series: Internal Defense (#1)
Becca Dalcourt is your standard high school student: she does her homework, spends time with her friends, and sometimes wishes a boy would like her instead of her friend Heather. But when Heather calls her in the middle of the night, Becca's world is turned upside-down... Heather's parents, two Inte...
Out of all the dystopian stories that I have read, I enjoyed this story. Unlike many of the other dystopian stories about the hero rising against a faceless government, we get a glimpse into the private life of a torturer's daughter and the many choices that she must make.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Let me preface my review with a few statements. 1 - I generally do not read books aimed at young adult readers. 2 - This is the first novel I have read by a self-published/Indie author.Immediately upon starting this book you are confron...
Did the book description relate to the story? Yes it did. The author provided an accurate summary of what the book was about and it was enough to spark my interest to read the book. How did you feel about the opening / ending sequences of the book? I liked the opening sequence. However, I felt that...