Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Treemakers Review Blast



Book Synopsis :

Sixteen-year-old Joy Montgomery, daughter of Zephyr the Magnificent, the great magician, can only reminisce of better times. Before the Superiors. Before the uprisings. Long ago. Before the dying Earth ripped the family she loved away from her. She can only dream of the adventure life must've been before their ancestors brought the apocalyptic devastation in the form of disastrous climate change.

In this desolate dystopian future, the Greenleigh orphans are “privileged” with the task of building mechanical trees for the post-apocalyptic survivors in Bygonne, so their world behind The Wall can breathe another day, and so the Superiors may continue their malevolent reign.

Lured by a yearning for freedom, tenacious curiosity, and hunger for adventure, Joy discovers hope and magic amid the misery, and power in her promise to care for those remaining, whom she loves enough to risk her life for. To save them, herself, and the boy she adores from the abuse and slavery by the Superiors, Joy must entrust the aid of an unlikely ally who harbors a dangerous secret.

With an intriguing stranger at the helm, Joy and the treemakers embark on an intense and terrifying, yet liberating quest for the truth about the existence of the forbidden paradise beyond The Wall.

Review:

There are so many great things that can be said about this book.  It was such a fun, fast read, I really got caught up in it.  The characters are so fantastic that it's a pleasure to follow along with their story.

Everything it so descriptively written that it feels like you have fallen into the world that Rozelle has created and it's almost painful to climb back out when that book has ended.  I loved it and highly recommend reading it.

~ Book/Purchase Links ~ 

Amazon: The Treemakers

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22036603-the-treemakers


Author Bio:

Christina L. Rozelle, author of the YA Dystopian-Scifi-Romance-Adventure, "The Treemakers," is a mother of four currently residing in Dallas, Texas. She enjoys fiction that shines a light in the dark; has emotion, intensity, verve, depth, and truth. She writes what she'd love to read. Though her focus is currently YA speculative fiction, she dabbles in other genres as well, including adult speculative, fantasy, addiction/recovery fiction, and other general fiction. To find out more about her, as well as links to her other social media outposts, please visit her fan-site: http://christinalrozelle.com/

2 comments:

  1. Great review! I'm thrilled to hear of an original plot - so many YA seems to be a re-hashing of old stories. This sounds like it would be well worth the read, if only for the excellent writing (I totally trust your judgement).

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