Thursday, 15 August 2013

Quick Review: Nomad by J.L. Bryan

J.L. Bryan
July 26, 2013
For mature audiences

They took everything: her family, her home, her childhood.

By the age of nineteen, Raven has spent most of her life in the sprawling slums of America, fighting as a rebel against the dictatorship. When the rebellion steals an experimental time-travel device, she travels back five decades to the year 2013. Her plan: assassinate the future dictator when he is still young and vulnerable, long before he comes to power. She must move fast to reshape history, because agents from her own time are on her trail, ready to execute her on sight.

Time travelling? Check! Romance? Check! Kick Ass Heroine? Check!

This fast paced novel grabs you right from the beginning and doesn’t let go until the final page is turned. Bryan’s heroine is strong, spunky, smart and a complete bad ass. I loved Raven from the first chapter and was cheering her on throughout the novel.

The only complaint I have is that I hated the ending...although I will admit that the ending made sense with the story but that doesn’t mean that I wasn’t hoping for something else.

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