Author: Pippa Dacosta
Series: The 1000 Revolution
Publisher: Self Published by Pippa Dacosta
Publication Date: November 9, 2015
Number of Pages: 182
Rating: 5 awesome stars! 1002 stars and forever love.
"When are you going to stop running, Caleb?"
Taking the synth to the casino capital of the nine systems seemed like a great idea at the time, but as Caleb Shepperd's many enemies close in, he only has one way out. He must betray #1001.
Caleb can't make the same mistake twice. Can he?
#1001 has a price on her head. The Fenrir Nine and Chitec will stop at nothing to secure her secrets. The very same secrets that riddle her synthetic mind with faults.
Her systems are failing.
And the one man she's come to trust may prove to be her enemy.
The sizzling, fast-paced, and action packed science-fiction continues in Trapped.
Girl From Above 1: Betrayal
Girl From Above 2: Escape
Girl From Above 3: Trapped
Girl From Above 4: Trust (coming soon)
Here is the thing. I'm speechless. Completely, utterly speechless for the first time in my life. I want to give this book 1002 stars (1001 for One and 1 for Caleb. I love the guy)
I can't explain this book- what it did to me. It wasn't the plotline, it wasn't the never-ending action, the backstabbing, the pain, the heartbreak, the death, the sweet feelings and the tears. It wasn't 1001's humanity or Caleb's dark shattered heart. It wasn't the revenge, it wasn't the sit at the edge of your chair can't tear myself away from the book things. It wasn't even the fact that these characters got me and gut me so much, craving a hole in my iced heart and making camp there.
Yes, all of that was in the book. yes, I love this book so much for each and every thing that happened and for each and every character (Mostly One and Caleb, of course).
But the thing is, what makes this book so meaningful for me, so loved, cherished and well just fucking awesome is the fact that ever since I started reading this series I wished for a book like this one. I wanted this book, I wanted a book exactly like this.
It was as if the author read my most secret wishes and decided to put them in the book. Psyche.
A copy was provided by the ever-awesome Pippa Dacosta in exchange for an honest review