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- Print Length: 75 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B074P3V724
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- #125 in Kindle Store > Books > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Boys & Men
- #1598 in Kindle Store > Books > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
- #1698 in Books > Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
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Intent: Young Adult Science Fiction (Book 1.6, Feeder Series) Kindle Edition
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In Intent Eliza has given some of the backstory for Warren and what drives him to act the way he did in Feeders. This written from Warrens point of view and tells about how he was abandon by his parents and left to fend for himself.
One moment I hated Warren and then in the next I could not help but feel sorry for him. I can see what really see what drove his actions and why he sis a lot of the things that he did.
Eliza Green's writing makes the characters come alive and the story is very well written. I was hooked!
I was originally given a free or reduced copy of this book in exchange for an honest and impartial review. This has not influenced my review at all
If you've read Feeder, I recommend reading this book too.
It's a little choppy in my opinion with how the story jumps around but not terribly so. Again, if you haven't read Feeder this book won't make sense but it's definitely a good addition to the series.