ARC Review|The Fractured Prism

thank you for Brendan for providing this opportunity and the ARC for this book 😀 the ARC is provided for reviewing purposes aka 100% honest review!

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The Fractured Prism (The Prism Files, #1)The Fractured Prism (The Prism Files, #1)

Synopsis:

Dystopian strife, royal intrigue, forbidden love, and a fight for survival. When a rebel outcast saves the life of a princess in an alternate America, nothing will be the same.

“My life… my old life. It came with a cost. Coyote survived, so Ivan could live.”

Ivan is a twenty-one-year-old Red, the lowest of the low, and a slave to the socialist government. As a lieutenant in the rebel Militia acting under the codename “Coyote,” he has fought unsuccessfully for years to destroy the Prism, the test that divides people into color-coded classes on their sixteenth birthday. Each day for him is a struggle to survive in the darkness, but everything changes when he saves the life of a princess and is thrown into heart of the royal political game itself.

Together, this unlikely pair has the chance to end the Prism, but if they are going to survive the threats from within the remnants of the monarchy and beyond, they must learn to trust one another and sacrifice everything. Loyalties will be tested, and Ivan will have to decide what matters to him more: his fight or her life.

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REVIEW

Y’all I have to say this book exceeded my expectations. the story talks in a world where everyone has to take a test at 16 to define your colour. purple is the highest you could get and red the lowest. the government says it defines you fairly but your family’s background and behaviour really affects what colour you get. Red and oranges becomes slaves of purples and blues. In this system the royals ( don’t have any true power) are exempted from this test. people call them the fractured prism because they are the only one that does not need to take the test.

I love grades and systems. The fact they divided it into red orange yellow green blue purple levels screamed to me. Yes, I loved it. Even though I don’t really ship the couple inside the book (that’s fine) I’d say the story plot is pretty decent. Flow runs smoothly and the pace of the book is appropriate. Ivan aka coyote at times i think he’s lowkey kinda bi-polar lol. But I love his character he stands up to what he believes is unfair and strive for freedom and justice for the reds and oranges and any other problem within the system. He also protect what he loves no matter what, isn’t he a keeper? awwww.

P.S I can’t wait for this next book!!!

But be warned as said this is a YA dystopian novel there will be fighting scenes if you aren’t accustomed to that then no this is not the book for you.

Final verdict:
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what do you think? I think this is a pretty good book in general. Will you add it to your tbr list?

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