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    An amazing work of dystopian fiction!

    I received a free copy of July Thunder with the option of providing an honest review. July Thunder is an amazing work of dystopian fiction that is equal parts dazzling and eerily familiar. To me, the social commentary was obvious. Bad Bloods are supposed to be considered equal under the law, yet they are still segregated from "normal" citizens. Hospitals have the right to refuse treatment of Bad Bloods, Bad Bloods have to attend "special" schools, and they are penalized more severely for breaking the law than their "normal" counterparts; laws that Bad Bloods are conditioned to break in order to survive or have not been educated about. If you are familiar with the history of the Civil Rights Movement (or the present battle for civil rights), then the circumstances in the plot are indeed "eerily familiar." The duology concept that Thompson came up with is interesting and keeps the series fresh. I have enjoyed books by other authors in the past who wrote companion novels that followed supporting characters in their series, and July Thunder is no exception. Thompson did a spectacular job of developing Vi, Caleb, and the other characters; I really liked Vi's story and the fact that she used her abilities to become somewhat of a legend in "Shadow Alley." I also thought the setting was impeccably detailed and the dialogue pulled me right into the story. Beyond the political war that is still being waged for Bad Bloods' rights, there is a subplot that hints at another threat to Bad Bloods. I'm intrigued to see where Thompson goes with that subplot and how it will impact the Bad Bloods' civil rights movement. An excellent plot coupled with the realistic dialogue of characters with varied, and interesting, abilities, made July Thunder easy to read and hard to put down. All in all, an intriguing and fresh young adult dystopian novel that is a must-have for die-hard dystopian fans!

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