Epub Ú Breaking Order õ Catherine Kopf
Ens up to her Magic becomes very real and with drams and creativity intertwined limits are endless But the Regime wants no one to dream Calista's a threat to the order and she only has two options Overcome her own personal fears of dreaming or end up just as compliant to The Regime as others around he I'll post my full thoughts about this book in a future video but for now I'll say that this book is a fun read It's probably best for MG or younger YA but it has some surprisingly dark moments in it for the older crowd as well The characters are endearing the world building is EXCELLENT and the details within it surprised me Its one downfall is the dialouge which can feel a bit stunted and forced at times but overall the plot and world are engaging enough to carry the book If you're looking for a fun YA dystopian read with a GORGEOUS cover by a great indie author this is your book
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Breaking OrderCreativity is a Crime Arts are Atrocities Disobedience means Death Dreams Creativity and Magic are all gone under a single order Banned from the things that make you different people must conform to a dull and practical lifestyle The daughter of The Regime's Head Executioner is expected to follow in h The IntroductionRead that summary? That’s what got me greatly interested in reading this book as well as the gorgeous cover All about this book screams creativity and dystopia and I so wanted to see how it was dealt with Also you said magic? Here I am I must say Breaking Order delivered How about we review it together?The Positive PointsLet’s start with the positive sides This story introduces us to a terrifying and very controlling dystopian reality in Fortress that’s the city’s name Lovely isn’t it? Creativity and ambition aka dreams are outlawed and their penalty is death no less In other words you mustn't stand out in a crowd nor think much for yourself What’s better is that Calista’s own father is the Head Executioner Now that makes for drama Also I’ve got to say the villain in this story is uite vile and cruel which makes them totally my style I didn’t think they could go to such lengths but Yes and it was wonderful in a gasping shocked sort of way Their dreaming confer the Dreamers the radicals and rebels who dare to dream and be creative powers from the likes found in fantasy stories How interesting is that? As for the writing it is smooth and the vocabulary uite developed which is a delight Moreover a few foreshadowing moments are woven into the exact words the author chooses to describe the story It shows Catherine Kopf really thought it through and gave it the attention it deservesHonestly I spent days either wanting to go back to reading this book or flipping through the pages engrossed in the story The reading is eased by the good writing and ongoing action and drama The Negative PointsAs for the bad points there simply are two A few mistakes and typos but nothing too troublesome Also there’s the issue of fighting being way too easy for the children against trained adults I know the kids have military training but two of them those who don’t have offensive powers can take down several guards without batting an eye or at least much of it? That’s the only weakness of this storyIn ConclusionYou’re probably expecting an excellent rating for this one and you’d be right I give it a rating of 45 stars because it’s amazing but too easy for the teens’ gang Besides that I can assure you you’re in for an entertaining ride The villain the mysteries and the sheer creativity of the story are worth it in my opinion I recommend Breaking Order without hesitation and now I’m patiently waiting for the seuel i e I want it Right NowIs it out yet?
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Breaking Order Epub Î 200 pages Download ½ Creativity is a Crime Arts are Atrocities Disobedience means Death Dreams Creativity and Magic are all gone under a single order Banned from the things that make you different people must conform to a dull and practical lifestyle The daughter of The Regime's Head Executioner is expected to followIs footsteps but fourteen year old Calista Knight is curious about creativity and dreams It doesn't help that she is isolated and bullied at school because of her asthma When the new boy Wes encourages Calista to stop taking the medicine preventing dreams and introduces her to creativity a new life op I'm giving this book 35 stars I loved the concept of a world without dreams and creativity It's a type of future dystopia that is both horrifying and intriguing to considerIt was a very interesting story concept but parts of the story's execution confused me and felt rushed at times The pacing was uite fast and I found myself having to reread parts to make sure I understood what was happeningI feel like this book is directed tween than YA My younger sibling is enjoying it I think It's definitely worth checking out if you enjoy other works in the dystopianfantasy genre