September 16, 2014
*An ARC was given to me via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*
Rosie Sinclair is one of the selected hundred to attend The Forge School. However, only fifty people of the hundred entered actually stay. The public audience decides who stays and who goes, through a ranking system. Strict rules are enforced on the students. For example, sleeping pills are taken to help the students perform better and learn faster in class. But something isnt quite right at The Forge School. Rosie Sinclair is on a mission to find out what exactly that something is. First step, stop taking the pills.
I read this in one sitting. I was hooked from the chapter sampler and was very happy to be given an ARC copy. I enjoy boarding school settings and this novel did not disappoint. The cover is not the most eye catching (pun intended) but the title sure is! I have a fascination with the concept of dreaming, a subject that has never really been done in YA novels.When it comes to dreaming, this series could go in any direction and I am really excited to see where the twists and turns lead to in the forthcoming books.
I would recommend this to fans of Haven by Kristi Cook.
This was my first Caragh O'Brien read. I have heard great things about her Birthmarked trilogy and own it in paperback. I will definitely give them a try.
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