Slave (Slave #1) by Laura Frances

Into the Wild

Slave (Slave #1) Read Online Free - There is no sun. There is no moon. There is only gray—the smog belched from coal-fueled factories. The Workers silently shuffle to their assigned posts. The Outcasts watch from the alley walls. On every corner, a Watcher stands stone-faced, a rifle in hand. This is the only life that exists. Beyond the mountains is a dream. But dreams are foolish in a place like this.

Hannah has spent nineteen years dodging Watchers and doing as she is told.

"Do not look Watchers in the eye. Don't give them a reason to notice you."

But when she wakes to the valley exploding in revolution, Hannah is forced onto a dangerous path, where nothing is what she believed. Suddenly freedom is in her grasp, and the way there requires working with the men she once feared.



Title : Slave (Slave #1)
Author :
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ISBN : 1539662020
Edition Language : English
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 226 pages


Reviews


BookLoversLife rated it ★★★★★

April 11, 2017

This book was all kinds of awesomeness!! It's been a while since a book captivated me so much but this one did, and it's weird because it's a very bleak world. Everything seems grey and dull and everyone is so cowed and afraid that there is no music, no laughter. Yet the author manages to make yo...


Valerie (Dobby_Howler_Puff) rated it ★★★☆☆

February 09, 2018

Hannah is a Worker. She lives in The Valley where the sun never breaks through the smog. She is a slave. Every Worker in The Valley is a slave. She has accepted her fate as just that. Then one night Watchers come into her sleeping unit to take her away. Watchers are the Iron Fist of The Valley. T...


Meggy rated it ★★★★☆

June 09, 2017

Simple but very clear, I liked the combination of the title and the cover. Plus, I hadn't read a dystopian story in a while! I admit I missed desperate situations and protagonists pushed to the extreme of their being. Well, Slave definitely gave me what I wanted! Watchers are everywhere, with...


Kristen rated it ★★★★★

February 07, 2017

This was the book chosen for my book club this month. I'm really happy we picked this because wow, it was GOOD! Slave is easily one of the best dystopians I've read in awhile(not falling into so many of the common "problems" of the genre). Writted for a NA audience, this is clean enough for a YA r...


Charybdis rated it ★☆☆☆☆

March 20, 2017

I can't believe this book was rated on Goodreads by 84 people and got an average of 4.5 stars. That's more than "The Hunger Games"! I think it was a rather shallow story. The main problem was the heroine: she is 19 years old, but a helpless crybaby. When she needs to run, she freezes, and when sh...


Georgina rated it ★★★★★

June 06, 2017

I recommend everyone to read this book. I've been reading mediocre books for so long that I forgot what it was like to read a good book.....until this one showed up!


Laura rated it ★★★★★

February 18, 2018

This story was exceptional. The author did a fantastic job of really bringing Hannah's anxiety to life that I had to remind myself to breathe a few times. It was extremely engaging and though there were some foreshadows to a few upcoming plot twists, I found myself still surprised and saddened as...


Emily rated it ★★★★☆

February 04, 2018

I loved this book! I am starting the second one right this second! The details!!! If you need a book where you can live through every word this is the book. I could feel the pain, suffering, and struggle. Everything went together and I can’t wait to see what the second book holds. I am glad I fou...


Sara rated it ★★★★★

October 31, 2016

This. Book. Deserves. Five. Stars. First of all, THAT COVER! I actually found this book on a Facebook group where the author was trying to get feedback on the cover, and I contacted her and asked if I could beta read it. I AM SO GLAD I DID! The pacing, the characters, the story as a whole is just...


Elise rated it ★★★★★

March 06, 2017

I really enjoyed this dystopian novel. The worldbuilding was straightforward and believable without any of the quirks that sometimes make me question dystopian societies. In recent years, dystopian has become very inventive which can reduce credibility, but here the focus was more character based...





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