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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
The Global War ended, and all living things post-apocalypse assumed three genetic identities named alpha, beta, and gamma. The cleaners, a special force, deemed one of these species as unfit and decided to wipe them out. Unfortunately, J’s sisters, Meryl and Paige, were murdered by a group of cleaners led by Veronica. J intended to take her pound of flesh, so she schemed her way aboard their ship, where she met face to face with their captain, Gareth. The captain was her childhood friend and crush, who also gave the command that took her sisters’ lives. Can she cross the line between familial loyalty and a burning romantic desire to exact her revenge? Find out how this face-off pans out in The Right to Revenge by Veronica North.
The Right to Revenge by Veronica North was a captivating and fast-paced book set in the future. This dystopian story is suitable for young adults over seventeen years. It explored betrayal, manipulation, deception, abuse, passion, and more. However, people who get triggered by abuse may not wish to read this book because it is intense. I loved the sound plot and action-packed storyline, which was unpredictable and kept me anticipating. The characters were also outstanding, from the protagonists to the worst villain. It shocked me to discover that I had the most respect for Adam, Hideki, and Linda because the trio used their heads and figured Lynx out. I was exhausted seeing Gareth continuously fall into Lynx’s trap and how J kept falling for Falcon’s betrayal. Veronica applied a simple writing style that helped the dialogue flow. Please write more.