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The Grid 1: Fall of Justice (The Grid Trilogy) by [Teague, Paul]
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The Grid 1: Fall of Justice (The Grid Trilogy) Kindle Edition

5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in The Grid Trilogy (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2423 KB
  • Print Length: 202 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Clixeo Ltd (28 Nov. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015XPFZB0
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #253,210 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Grid had a good opening with the trial of one of the characters and the explanation of the Grid. Therefore it set the book up from the start presenting the darker more draconian punishment system while not trying going into to much detail; the initial reaction is one of intrigue and sadness. It is a clear story which holds the reader's attention; it shows the devastating effects of a disaster which had lead to the events which unfold in the story where the justice system is forced to change, and crime is punishable by prison and the fight for survival. The story remains intriguing and in many ways informative, it is a dark story which set up in stages but saying that it is enjoyable steady paced read.
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I loved this book - it's an interesting concept of life after a disaster where morality can lead to jail and ultimately death. You are willing the good guys to find out the secret and for them to survive, but then it ends.... all the characters are ready to play their part and I am so looking forward to book 2
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Excellent enjoyable story! Really enjoyed this!
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intriguing
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4.0 out of 5 stars wealthy individuals have easy lives, as long as they play by the ... 22 July 2017
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The Grid by Paul Teague is a dystopian sci-fi story of a post-apocalyptic society that chills the reader. However, before you start reading this book I must forewarn you of the massive cliff hanger. Not just one small thread is left hanging for the next book. The story just stops, as if someone has taken a sword and chopped off the ending.

The plot, at its most basic, is nothing new. A few elite, wealthy individuals have easy lives, as long as they play by the rules, the vast majority are repressed and live in horrid conditions. I know, sounds just like The Hunger Games. At least the similarities, for the most part, stop there. What is different is that the characters lack the depth you find in truly great dystopian stories. Oh, the world is different; don’t misunderstand me on that point. There is lots of action too and the plot moves along rapidly, more like an action/thriller novel.

In this post-apocalyptic world the haves and have nots are highly segregated and the whole city in which they live is protected by a concrete wall that lets no one in or out. People, regardless of class, are ruled by the heavy hand of Fortrillium which is tightly controlled by one person Damien Hunter. One misstep and you can end up in The Soak the prison where people never escape. No trial, no justice unless you want to take on The Grid and only one person has ever done that and survived.

Despite the dangers, a group of young people, made up of both classes of society, are determined to find answers. They have all lost loved ones at the hands of Damien and now they want answers and revenge. These answers will come at a high cost and that is if they can survive The Grid.
This is not a bad story. I just never felt connected to the characters. I want to be drawn into the story; and I miss that element when it is not present and no amount of action will make up for it. If you like dystopian stories that have a lot of action The Grid is one book you should read.

I struggled with what to rate this one. It is better than a three but not a four either; therefore, I am settling for a 3.5 rating. I am going to round up to four because I believe fans of this genre will be able to overlook the elements I found fault with.
4.0 out of 5 stars Reminescent of the survival trial aspects of Maze Runner, Hunger Games, and the Divergent series 10 Dec. 2016
By Wendy Scott Multi-Award Winning Author - Published on Amazon.com
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Reminescent of the survival trial aspects of Maze Runner, Hunger Games, and the Divergent series. An altered society in the aftermath of a plague. A clash of the decaying old world, slaving for the chosen few living in the high tech affluent section of the city. A precarious balance maintained by intimidation and isolation. The idealogy was overstated in places and removing this repetition would enhance the story. The Climbs, Soak, and Grid, were vividly described, with an excellent calibre of world building. The characters were intriguing and I'm interested in finding out what other secrets they are withholding, and learning what exists outside the city. Wendy Scott, Fantasy Author, Tiger House.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I was very glad I stuck it out 20 Jun. 2016
By Jasperr11 - Published on Amazon.com
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Somewhat of a slow start. But, I was very glad I stuck it out. Turned into a real "page-turner" for me. Well done.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Slow to start but worth the continued reading 8 Jun. 2016
By meagan ober - Published on Amazon.com
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The story is a great idea for dystopian sci-fi, my fav genre. The characters are well rounded and the author makes you feel as if you know them personally. The first book in this trilogy is slow to start. It didn't start really getting exciting until the last 15 percent. I'm clearly hooked now
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hooked good! 16 May 2016
By Kat50 - Published on Amazon.com
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Enjoyed this story and the original ideas in it. Wish the story line could be a little bit more hopeful of a happy ending but I guess the whole point is to get hooked into the rest of the series and I am definitely hooked!
Excited to read the next book and hoping my favorite character survives .
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