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  • Escape

    I was hooked from the beginning! This is a book I’m definitely recommending. Happy reading! 😊

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  • Could not put down

    Realy enjoyed this book! Love that it makes u think. Also loved figuring out the fishing camp just before the character.

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    I really enjoyed the lead character, Trinity. The story, however, I just couldn't really get into.

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  • A brave new world

    Lake of Sins: Escape; Book 1 of this fantasy series introduces a world which is new and brave in a genuinely uncomfortable way. Trinity is the engaging heroine, a cross-breed who shouldn't exist, in a world where humans have been genetically altered to serve different purposes and where those in charge - the Almightys (sic) - believe they are have no genetic compatibility with the other, lower, classes. Trinity is the key to proving the lie, and she is helped along by a fantastic (in both senses) cast of characters. Like a parable, this is a well-written, fascinating polemic against racism/specism and any type of negative discrimination. Violent, frightening and hard to read, with some truly horrific 'truths', this is nonetheless a story of hope, of triumph over adversity, and of friendship and love. LS O'Dea captures our emotions, ensuring our sympathy is never far from her protagonists and their stress-filled lives.

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