[Reading] ➵ Freedom Trials ➼ Meredith Tate – Justinfoline.us

Freedom Trials Evelyn Summers Is Imprisoned For A Crime That Was Wiped From Her Memory.In Order For Evelyn To Be Released, She Along With Other Reformed Prisoners Must Pass Seven Mental, Physical, And Virtual Challenges Known As The Freedom Trials One Mistake Means Execution And, With Her History Of Being A Snitch, Her Fellow Inmates Will Do Everything They Can To Get Revenge.When New Prisoner Alex Martinez Arrives, Armed With Secrets About Evelyn S Missing Memories, She Must Make A Choice She Can Follow The Rules To Win And Walk Free, Or Covertly Uncover Details Of The Crime That Sent Her There But Competing In The Trials And Dredging Up Her Erased Past May Cost Evelyn The One Thing Valuable Than Freedom Her Life.

[Reading] ➵ Freedom Trials  ➼ Meredith Tate – Justinfoline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • Freedom Trials
  • Meredith Tate
  • 24 March 2019
  • 162414599X

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➵ Freedom Trials ➼ Meredith Tate – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    Review to come once I figure out how to write about % and and % without spoiling the whole book.Edit Evelyn Summers did something bad Something bad enough to be imprisoned She s just not sure WHAT that bad thing is.But she s worked her way through the ranks of the prison despite a cast of fellow inmates intent on bringing her down and she s thisclose to freedom when a mysterious stranger shows up and throws a wrench...


  2. says:

    Reading this book is really a trip Everytime I opened these pages, I swore I was back in 2011, when YA consisted of half baked dystopian worlds, competitions just for the sake of there being competitions, and protagonists who do morally reprehensible things but never shut up about how bad they feel and how they re such a monster This book checks off so many of the post Hunger Games dystopian cliches that it makes this read almost enjoyably familiar.Freedom Trials read to me like a hybrid of Div Reading this book is really a trip Everytime I opened these pages, I swore I was back in 2011, when YA consisted of half baked dystopian worlds, competitions just for the sake of there being competitions, and protagonists who do morally reprehensible things but never shut up about how bad they feel and how they re such a monster This book checks off so many of the post Hunger Games dystopian cliches that it makes this read almost enjoyably familiar.Freedom Trials read to me like a hybrid of Divergent and the extremely comparabl...


  3. says:

    A young prisoner in a futuristic prison struggles to survive seven tests supposedly designed to prove her rehabilitation for a crime she can t remember committing In Freedom Trials, Tate tells a fast paced tale set in a violent, unforgiving dystopia.


  4. says:

    I received an ARC of this thank you so much to Page Street Publishing but it didn t change my opinion at all This book was wholly interesting and super boring at the same time There were things that I gave major side eye but then a page later, I would be intrigued again There were a lot of components that added up to make this an okay book, but there was nothing that made it really compelling or great I did get a bit confused on what the genre really was for this book, so I m going to gi I received an ARC of this thank you so much to Page Street Publishing but it didn t change my opinion at all This book was wholly interesting and super boring at the same time There were things that I gave major side eye but then a page later, I would be intrigued again There we...


  5. says:

    Thank you to Page Street Publishing for a copy of the ARC in exchange for a fair review.Evelyn needs to complete her trials in order to be considered rehabilitated and set free, and she has just found out that she is to start her trials However, failure means death and with her reputation the other inmates will jump at the chance to put her to death When she meets new inmate Alex, and he seems to know her she wonders what happened in the missing time Evelyn doesn t actually remember her crime Thank you to Page Street Publishing for a copy of the AR...


  6. says:

    Full Review HERE Freedom Trials has a very familiar and identifiable feel to it It is undeniably the offspring of The Maze Runner Divergent with maybe The Last Girl as its aunt YA fans of the dystopian genre are going to either fall in love or outright resent this one The world and plot are so relatable that you are either going to dive in and be excited to re enter a familiar world or you are going to just not be interested in a re run.With that said, I really enjoyed the ride Th Full Review HERE Freedom Trials has a very familiar and identifiable feel to it It is undeniably the offspring of The Maze Runner Divergent with maybe The Last Girl as its aunt YA fans of the dystopian genre are going to either fall in love or outright resent this one The world and plot are so relatable that you are either going to di...


  7. says:

    I love this cover Evelyn Summers is imprisoned for a crime that was wiped from her memory.In order for Evelyn to be released, she along with other reformed prisoners must pass seven mental, physical, and virtual challenges known as the Freedom Trials One mistake means execution and, with her history of being a snitch, her fellow inmates will do everything they can to get revenge.When new prisoner Alex Martinez arrives, armed with secrets about Evelyn s missing memories, she must make a choice I love this cover Evelyn Summers is imprisoned for a crime that was wiped from her memory.In order for Evelyn to be released, she along with other reformed prisoners must pass seven mental, physical, an...


  8. says:

    YA Dystopian is dead, you say Well, for one thing, if that s the case it s long overdue for a comeback I mean, take a look around, kids Sh t has gotten weird.And, two, let me reassure you that this is not your big sister s dystopian The trials that harken back to the dystopian boom of the mid aughts are just an entry point An amuse bouche, if you will, designed to entice you and pull you into the story The main dishes are the complex and nuanced world building, the morally messy...


  9. says:

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.FREEDOM TRIALS is, at its core, a young adult dystopian novel in the vein of THE HUNGER GAMES and others that came out over the past decade or so With a twisty plot and dashes of science fiction and thriller, FREEDOM TRIALS has the quality of being a dark and violent book that is not necessarily easy to read, but hard to put down.For me, a large part of how I judge a book is how immersed I ge...


  10. says:

    This book is amazing Non stop action, a bad a MC, well rounded side characters, and twists turns galore I loved every second I spent in this dystopian world.

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