Drowning in Deception

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Clover lives in a beautiful, crime free city, where the Wall keeps her and her people safe from the monsters that live on the other side. They are a content and happy society. But Clover is about to discover that her world is not all that it seems. They have been lied to, have been unwittingly forced into submission, and it’s suddenly no longer clear which side of the Wall the monsters live on. More

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Words: 80,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310561559
About Willa Jemhart

Willa lives in British Columbia, Canada. She enjoys a variety of activities, but her favorites are those that involve relaxing. Sitting in the backyard with a cold cooler in the summer, and cozying up with a blanket and a bowl of popcorn while watching a movie in the winter are at the top of her list. Of course she loves to read, and while she is not picky on the genre, she prefers books that contain romance in one form or other.

To date, Willa has written the ebook YA novella series; The Garnet Trilogy, and a paranormal romance; Ridley House. Her latest ebook, the YA dystopian, Drowning in Deception has now been released and will soon be available at most online retailers.

For more information, please visit her website: www.willajemhart.com

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Review by: Zeina I on Dec. 02, 2013 :
I have no words. Drowning in Deception is my definition of a PERFECT dystopian novel. EVERY SINGLE THING ABOUT THIS BOOK WAS BRILLIANT. And also, who can resist reading a book with such a creative cover?

Drowning in Deception is about a girl you finds out that she isn't as "content" as her society wants her to be. She finds out the milk is drugged and that "monsters" on the other side of the protective wall are being abused. Can Clover gather enough people to save the clueless society and stop the abuse of the innocent people who are labeled monsters?

I loved everything about Drowning in Deception. The characters were well developed, the plot was unpredictable, and the ending was perfect. Maybe it's just because I'm a sucker for dystopian books, or maybe it's because Will Jemhart is an utterly fabulous writer. I honestly wasn't expecting much from Drowning in Deception, but instead I got a page turner. I harshly rate dystopian books because most aren't original. Drowning in Deception EARNED those five stars.

I would recommend this book to ALL READERS, especially ones who like dystopian, YA fiction, action, and purely terrific books. I wouldn't change ONE THING about this book. NOT ONLY WAS IT AMAZING, but Drowning in Deception had a satisfying ending. Out of all four books that I have read from Will Jemhart, this one is BY FAR my favorite.

(reviewed the day of purchase)

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