Friday 13 May 2022

Review of Compliance by Clare Littlemore

A gender experiment. An exiled community. A forbidden love.

Sixteen-year-old Faith is proud to attend Danforth Academy, a cutting-edge school in the all-female province of Bellator. But when tragedy strikes a fellow student, she suspects there is a darker side to the prestigious institution. Determined to protect herself and her friends, she goes looking for answers.

Her investigation brings her face-to-face with Noah, a boy from Eremus: a community the Bellator authorities claim they destroyed years ago.

Faith has been taught that all men are monsters. She knows she should turn Noah in. But she is drawn to the intriguing stranger and his unfamiliar way of life. As she learns more about him, she begins to question everything she’s ever known.

When a vicious attack involving both communities rocks the city, Faith finds herself at the centre of a web of lies.

Can she count on Noah for help? Or will he turn out to be the monster she’s always feared?


My Review: 5 STARS

I was in the mood for a dystopian and this one came up on my radar, and I was happy to jump right in. I ended up finishing it all in one sitting as I couldn’t stop myself from turning the pages, desperate to find out how things were going to turn out. I loved Noah and Faith, loved the way the world building was spread nicely between the words and the twists and turns kept me guessing the whole time. It’s a series I will want to read more of, and I really did like that ending! Overall, a good read for anyone who like dystopian with a romance twist! Recommended!

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