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The Change: 1 Paperback – 8 August 2021
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- ASIN : B09C23GPN1
- Publisher : Independently published (8 August 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 266 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8452788867
- Dimensions : 20.32 x 1.52 x 25.4 cm
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I thought the premise of it was very interesting: a virus had mutated the ladies of the world makng them into ultra stong women and in charge. The men in this world are enslaved and service the city women and also take part in gladiator style games. The males are used as prizes for women who survive the games and our lead protagonist Candice has set her sights on winning. She primarily motivated because she wants to rescue Daniel, her former neighbour, who was ripped from her arms at the age of eleven by the people who round up any unaccounted for males. She knows he has suffered and has planned for many years to save him and claim him as her own. As a bounty hunter she works with her family to capture those running from the state so is very fit and hardened to the world, but Daniel softens her heart and changes her in unexpected ways.
The relationship between the two drew me into the story, but I have to say I found it very hard to relate to most of the characters throughout. I guess I wanted a little more in depth characterisation of the main protagonists, but never felt like I knew what they were thinking, especially Daniel.
I would recommend this as light and interesting divergent of the dystopian thirller genre.
I felt that several important episodes were rather glossed over, or at least not exploited to their full which, in my opinion, would have increased the reader's understanding of events and the characters involved in them. Improved proof reading could also help by resolving some of the rather confusing prose and perhaps also clarify who was saying what to whom from time to time.
That said, a good read but not quite 5 star material.