Friday 16 December 2022

Review of The Vault by L Wood

Entrapment can cause insanity, but it can also forge something else entirely.

Nineteen-year-old Harper has been trapped in a secret underground facility—a combination of a military school, a ward, and a laboratory—for the last five years. Memories of her prior life are gone, she’s forced to train for combat, and after being condemned as an experimental test subject, an electrifying power begins to rise within her.

Harper finally escapes, but not all of her friends get out. Unsure if she’ll be able to remember who she is or control her new power, she must find and save her friends from the clutches of the man who incarcerated her before they fall too far into his operations—and before she’s captured again.

With the help of a mysterious, fiercely protective—and handsome—police officer and a crew of determined allies, Harper fights to figure out who’s behind the Vault and to get justice. But the more she learns, the more she begins to realize there’s more to the story, and her background, than she had ever dreamed possible…

My Review: 5 STARS

I read the blurb for this after my eye caught the cover and I was desperate to know more. Harper is so relatable and so easy to get to know and adore. I loved the way the plot twisted and turned, leading you places that you’d never have thought it would go. The world building, the dynamic within the group and outside of it were on point and perfect. It’s a series that I will have to read more of, and overall, I loved it. Only sleep stopped me from reading and even then it wasn’t for long! Highly recommended!

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