Thursday, April 6, 2017

Reign of Crowns by Dani Hart

Title: Reign of Crowns
Series: Dupree Heights #1
Author: Dani Hart
Genre: Young Adult Dystopian
Release Date: April 6, 2017

One hundred years ago cyber technology evolved rapidly. Human interaction diminished as the need to leave home became obsolete. Doors closed and cities shut down, causing a tsunami of destruction. Humans were replaced with computers, the homeless rate increased exponentially, and families starved in the abandoned streets. The weak and poor died, the middle working class fell to the lower class, and the wealthy rose above everyone. The world was imploding from the inside out with no reprieve in sight.

My story begins on the fiftieth anniversary of a city raised from the ashes of a revolution and a name forged in the decay of innocent lives. With my heart pulled in two different directions, I am forced to make a choice to either walk in my mother’s footsteps to a scripted future and a perfect life, leaving my first love behind, or complete my father’s unfinished journey of redeeming the Dupree name.

 5 stars 
This book was great! It is a dystopian YA book and it pulls you into the city of Dupree Heights. The world that Dani Hart has created is written out and she catches all the details of it. I found myself wishing I could be there in the story especially with all the debutants. The characters are well formed and most of them you wish we could be friends with. Then there are those that you aren't sure if you want to be friends with or you want to slap. She keeps you thinking with all the twists and turns she takes the story on and that is what keeps you drawn to the story. You just need to find out what is going to happen next and will Josephine get here happily ever after. Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? Just when you think you know something happens and leaves you feeling unsure again. I love the surprise! I can't wait for the next book and will definitely be waiting excitedly to read more.

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