Nine is the ninth female born in her batch of ten females and ten males. By design, her life in Freedom Province is without complications or consequences. However, such freedom comes with a price. The Prime Maker is determined to keep that price a secret from the new batches of citizens that are born, nurtured, and raised androgynously.But Nine isn’t like every other batcher. She harbors indecision
and worries about her upcoming Remake Day — her seventeenth birthday, the age when batchers fly to the Remake facility and have the freedom to choose who and what they’ll be.
When Nine discovers the truth about life outside of Freedom
Province, including the secret plan of the Prime Maker, she is
pulled between two worlds and two lives. Her decisions will test
her courage, her heart, and her beliefs. Who can she trust? Who does she love? And most importantly, who will she decide to be?
I loved this book, it’s different to others that I have read, so I was a tad dubious to read, but never fear, as I fell in love!
I have found yet again another author to stalk! SHA-TING!
I was totally drawn into the storyline and the love triangle was compelling
NINE is part of a batch of 10 batchlings in today’s world – FREEDOM
Due to a virus wiping out the majority of the human race, only a few survived, and then they created the FREEDOM province, where the primemaker decides how many batchlings are made a month to minimise the population…
At the age of seventeen, the children are sent to the Remake facility where they can choose to be anything they want, they can change their hair colour, their skin colour, their gender and so on…
Yes, they have the freedom to choose who they will be on the outside, however, they’re distracted by that superficial choice into giving up other freedoms…
For NINE though, things are different, she is different…
She has red hair and freckles and this has always made her stand out in the group. Due to this change she quickly forged a friendship with Theron who throughout her life has been her rock, they become one..
What happens when you find yourself finding life outside of FREEDOM’s walls?
What happens when you experience things FREEDOM told you didn’t exist?
What happens when a family changes your perspective on life itself?
I feel like part of the purpose of Dystopian books is to take one part of our society, take it to an extreme, and imagine what that would make our current life like
If you want a book that will capture you from page one, weave a descriptive spell, make you fall in love and shed a few tears, Remake will not disappoint.
** Copy provided by NetGalley **