Premise of the series:Sixteen-year-old Decca Tenderstone lives in a dystopian future Los Angeles, where every sixteen-year-old is ranked on a scale from One to Ten to determine their future. Teens ranked less than Five are called Monsters and are considered a danger to society. They are forced to attend the Monster Show- a brutal, sacrificial ritual that is broadcast worldPremise of the series:Sixteen-year-old Decca Tenderstone lives in a dystopian future Los Angeles, where every sixteen-year-old is ranked on a scale from One to Ten to determine their future. Teens ranked less than Five are called Monsters and are considered a danger to society. They are forced to attend the Monster Show- a brutal, sacrificial ritual that is broadcast worldwide on live TV. IF you can survive the Monster Show, you become a Ten. That's a big IF- no one has ever become a Ten.In this Episode:Will Decca, Leo, and the rest survive the Breathing Dome? Is Woo Alive? What does the Summit have in store for the Monsters? And what is the Wheel of Fortune? Who will Decca have to kill in order to save the others?...
|Title||:||Wheel of Fortune|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||86 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Wheel of Fortune Reviews
True Rating: 2.5 Stars.These books are decent entertainment. They don't hold a lot of substance and they don't offer a whole lot of depth. There's very little character development with the co-characters, but it's still intriguing. I like that they are short books. It makes it a very light read, and there's plenty going on to keep you turning pages. Sure doesn't hold a candle to the Hunger Games. The biggest downfall with these books is that the plot and subplots are so vague. Jace does this on purpose to keep you guessing, but this actually hurts the book, in my opinion.I will see this series through.
2nd installment of the "I Am Alive" series. My biggest complaint is that this is not one whole book, I'm not a fan of waiting for the next short story let Alone the next book. Never the less this installment picks up right where the first left off building more on the characters. Decca becomes a hero in her own right building on knowledge and growing as a person. The author does a good job of building her character and making her a heroine. I feel as though I have to know what happens. This is a big plus in my mind, I'm invested in the story, and am looking forward to the next installment!
This is a very unique dystopian YA series and don't let the beginning of the story fool you into thinking it is a copy of The Hunger Games. There are currently 3 "episodes" (or book installments) of Book 1 and I rated all 4 stars. What may at first glimpse seem like one dimensional storytelling has many layers to it, and I appreciated being rewarded with some of my theories that the story was far deeper than it appeared when I got to the ending author notes of "episode 3". Another great series by up and coming YA fantasy writer Cameron Jace.
3.5 stars. Not as good as the first one, too much time sitting around with a history lesson of how/why things are the way they are now, but other than that, quite enjoyable. Crazy fast action (mostly) and likable characters.
omg!!! amazing ending! i cannot wait to see what happens next!!! ahhhh!!!!! :-)