Book Review: Precisely Terminated

Posted: September 11, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Book: Precisely Terminated

Author: Amanada L. Davis

Publisher: Living Ink Books

From the Back Cover-

With microchips implanted in their skulls at birth, the slaves of Cantral and Cillineese have labored under the tyrannical rule of the Nobles and their computers for decades. Monica, a Noble who avoided the implanting and escaped a death sentence at the age of four, is now sixteen and is in hiding. She lives with the slaves inside the walls of the Cantral palace, pretending to be one of them while the slave council plots a way to use her chip-less state to destroy the all-powerful computers that strike down any hint of rebellion.The Nobles hear of Monica’s survival and try to exterminate her before she ruins their upper-class utopia. The rebels send her to find a missing paper bearing instructions on how to shut down the computers that control the chips in Cillineese, a major city-state. The Nobles are alerted to the plan and prepare to seal Cillineese in a giant dome to gas the inhabitants, including Monica.The fate of millions rides on Monica’s shoulders. As the only chip-less person in the world, she must find the paper, destroy the computers, and free Cillineese from the Nobles’ iron fist before they strike with the ultimate punishment—death for everyone inside the city walls.
Can you imagine a world without Hunger? Wouldn’t that be wonderful?

Precisely Terminated explores what it might be like to live in a world without hunger and it may not be that wonderful. The reader is invited to follow the life of a young woman who doesn’t think of herself as strong, but shows extrodinary strength in deadly circumstances. I found myself engrossed in the story line. I could not put the book down as I wanted to find out what happened next to Monica. I felt emotionally connected to her. I can’t wait until the next book comes out so that I can find out what happens, does she save the millions and survive, or does she die and let everyone down?

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes the science fiction genre. It is set in a futuristic world. This book however would be better for someone over the age of 12 as there is some violence and bloodshed in the storyline. I cannot wait for the next book to come out. I will be reading it.

Book has been provided courtesy of Living Ink Books and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. 
Available at your favourite bookseller from Living Ink Books.

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