Today’s review is the second to confirm that Enslavement is something new in the Dystopian YA genre.
“…a fresh take on an often overdone genre.” -Jenn at Book Reviews and Giveaways
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“. . . Enslavement is a very enjoyable read with a refreshing new take on the YA dystopia genre, well written characters and great world building make this for me a 4 star read!” -Random Redheaded Ramblings.
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I wrote Enslavement, a YA sci-fi novel, over four years ago and I’m so excited that it’s finally getting published. Over that past months I’ve been working intensely with the Rebelight Publishing editors to get Enslavement whipped into shape.
Recently, I got the go-ahead to share the cover. This makes it seem so real. This. Is. Really. Happening. I was nervous to see the cover (what if I didn’t like it), but I was stunned by how much I loved it. What’s it about? Read on.
That’s the promise made by OneEarth Bank after a global economic collapse–but only for those who accept the insertion of a commerce chip.
When Rielle’s parents refuse to comply, government officials tear her family apart. As punishment for her parent’s crimes, Rielle is forced into a Community Service Contract–a legalized form of slavery–and sold to a wealthy, abusive banker.
The Banker’s secrets hold the key to Rielle’s freedom, but will she risk prison or even death to escape and search for her family?
Enslavement is a work of YA sci-fi/dystopian.