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    Impressive read!

    I was presented with Necrotic City and was intrigued by the title right away! I immediately submerged into its futuristic world and simply could not tear myself from the book till the last page was turned! Greatly mastered, this novel possesses the main characteristics of a dystopian future: independent thinking and freedom are restricted, the natural world is distrusted, while citizens are under constant surveillance. The author gives the reader a unique opportunity to enter the futuristic world of Necrotic City with numerous tiers, synthetic food, water shortage and a two-child limit, ruled by the Company and patrolled by Heroes from the Company’s safety division. The main character Adrian is very unique, even in his own group of vat-grown Heroes. He never doubted what he was doing, did not think about death or the correctness of what was happening until one day, a terrible explosion and severe trauma, as well as some uncovered secrets about his fellow Heroes, started the chain of events and thoughts that has changed everything radically for Adrian. The plot of the novel is exciting and gripping, the narrative is descriptive, with greatly developed, full of life, characters. I enjoyed Adrian’s reasonableness, the emotional and brave Mel and even Griffith, full of indifference to human suffering, but depicted nicely, to evoke feelings and emotions, though they are negative! Also, the characters of Kara and Vey are so inspiring and image-bearing! A world without birds and insects, dying inside its walled, overcrowded city, where people started to lose humanity under full corporate and technological control. Is there any way for Adrian and his friends to find the better place to live in? Is there any hope waiting for them beyond the walls of the City? Try this amazing sci-fi read to find out!
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