Units (Units #1) (2020)

Units Units year old Pearl is part of the Unit Placement Programme in the city of Maineport Her duty in life along with the other Units is to work until partnership A Unit doesn t work for money They work for
  • Title: Units (Units #1)
  • Author: LeanneWilliamson
  • ISBN: 9781477476611
  • Page: 276
  • Format: ebook
  • Units (Units #1)
    18 year old Pearl is part of the Unit Placement Programme in the city of Maineport.Her duty in life along with the other Units is to work until partnership A Unit doesn t work for money They work for their right to live in a nanny state society that s governed by the Authority Project.Things take a sinister turn for Pearl when she catches the interest of an Authority who18 year old Pearl is part of the Unit Placement Programme in the city of Maineport.Her duty in life along with the other Units is to work until partnership A Unit doesn t work for money They work for their right to live in a nanny state society that s governed by the Authority Project.Things take a sinister turn for Pearl when she catches the interest of an Authority who s intentions are not quite clear but who hides a secret that could change Pearl s life forever.Will she be able to keep out of trouble and abide by the Authority Law whilst keeping her soon to be husband happy or will she find herself on a path that causes chaos than it s worth It s dangerous when you don t follow the rules.It s even dangerous to fall in love.
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    1. Leanne Williamson Units Units 1As a debut book for an indie author, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I loved this story and can t wait to read of it I devour dystopian books quickly, but with the sudden influx available lately, not many have a unique spin that they can call theirs but Units does and ended way too soon for my liking Pearl Unit 244 is such a feisty character, and it was bound to land her into trouble, but given the hints in the book of things to come, it appears that troubl [...]

    2. I didn t quite know what to expect from this new author and have to be honest and say that comments about dystopian books often put me off The world we live in s black enough without authors constantly dreaming up worse futures for us all I quite surprised myself with this tale as I found myself dragged into it very quickly and actually found the lead character Pearl also known as unit 244 to be a rounded character full of hopes and unafraid to be pro active.This book leaves the reader wanting [...]

    3. I recently just started reading dystopian books, and I really liked this one What I love about this book was the main character Pearl She was a fun and feisty character to read about and she was relatable I can t imagine a world where relationships emotional connections are not allowed, and I think the author portrayed this concept very well I recommend this book to everyone that loves dystopian books Even if you don t you should give it a try, this book just might change your mind I love this p [...]

    4. Units is a young adult dystopian story It is pretty short in length I read it in around two hours It is a different take on what could happen if the world fell apart I felt reminded of the Hunger Games trilogy as I read it, mainly because there was a sense of hopelessness and no way out alive It was simple conform or die I also felt sorry for the main character Pear she has to deal with so much and there is so much to come I keep finding myself wondering if she will make it out alive I would re [...]

    5. Pearl is raised by a woman who is teaching her how to live in the units , which every child goes to when they turn 13 Once Pearl gets there she realizes life is not all sunshine This is an interesting story line that pulls you in and you are sad to see it end, which it does and quite abruptly This book reminds me of the Hunger Game series Great read, I just wish the ending didn t leave you wanting , but the author did her job hooking you.waAR

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