Review: Feedber by Eliza Green

14 February 2017


You have to keep moving forward, he says. But I am afraid of change. Change will kill me. 

When their hometown of Brookfield is poisoned by radiation, seventeen-year-old Anya Macklin and her older brother Jason are relocated to the safe but boring urbano of Essention.

While Jason is put to work, Anya is enrolled in the adult skills course at Arcis, a secretive and heavily monitored education facility. There she must compete with other teenage recruits and earn her place in society by reaching the top floor.

At first, Anya fears change, and is reluctant to advance. But then she meets Dom Pavesi, a brooding, evasive stranger who drives her to discover the rules of this dangerous game where there can be only one winner.

Who is Dom? Which side is he on?

And what terrible truth awaits Anya on the ninth floor of Arcis?


I love the prologue to this story! It throws you straight in at the deep end! It doesn't beat about the bush and it leaves you with so many unanswered questions! The perfect way to start the story!

The story is fast paced and intriguing, there hasn't been one moment where I've wanted to put it down.  The author is a talented story teller and her attention to detail is fantastic. She has a very vivid imagination and you can tell that from  every page.  Although sometimes the amount of detail slowed the pace, especially after the explosive start, but I felt it really helped enrich the story.

The author manages the twists and turns this story takes really well and I think she balances the romance factor and the hunger games type story line like a pro!

This is definitely a brilliant start to what I'm sure will be a fantastic series! 

Disclosure: The Pursuit Of Bookiness received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.  All opinions are our own

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