Afterimage (The Enertia Trials #1) by J. Kowallis

Book Review #70

Title: Afterimage

Author: J. Kowallis

Publication: Createspace

Format: Paperback

Release Date: May 7, 2015

Pages: 406 pages

My rating: 5/5

Reggie’s dreams . . .aren’t dreams.

Visions of the future flood her mind like shards of broken puzzles. Caged in her cell, every morning begins the same. She’s drugged, tortured, and images are torn from her memory by Public One.

Until the morning everything changes. The vision is different. The future’s never been about her, and now she knows they’re coming for her:

Nomads.

How will she convince them to keep her alive when Nate, their leader, doesn’t like or even trust her? To him, she’s a science experiment. A machine.

When Public One will do anything to keep her, Reggie must make a decision: remain a slave to her past, or risk her future to venture into a world more terrifying than she’s ever known.

  • Afterimage is a moving story set in a dystopian world. This book got me hooked right on the very first page.
  • I like the unpredictable and vibrant characters. Especially Nate. I definitely want a piece of that hunk. Reggie is also an intriguing woman. It must take a toll on her to see beforehand those future images and dreams. (Why can’t they just be together?!)
  • I love how complex the plotline is. You can really imagine and experience yourself in the story.
  •  Evil villains make the story all the more interesting. So, I have taken an interest on Public One.
  • Definitely did not have expected that plot twist at the end. I did not see it coming!
  • This book is amazing and a page turner. Now, I am off to the second book – Encender!
  • Highly recommended!
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