Read Novels On My Kindle | ADULT

Hello, everyone~ How are you!
Today we are going over several of the novels that I have read on my Kindle app! These blog post has been rated ADULT due to the fact that some of the novels on here have content that may not be suitable for young viewers, and are not Young Adult fiction, therefore I felt the need to caption this adult, just to warn my younger viewers.
That’s all I have to say for now, read on~

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1. Carrier (The Line #1) by Anne Tibbets

Carrier (The Line, #1)

Publisher: Carina Press

Published: June 16th 2014

Pages: 236

Genres: New Adult; Science Fiction > Dystopia; Science Fiction; Romance; Fiction

Goodreads Rating: 4.18 / 5

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Twenty-two-year-old Naya has spent nearly half her life as a sex slave in a government institution called The Line. When she’s kicked out after getting pregnant with twins, she’s got no way to earn a living and a horrifying choice to make: find someone to replace her, or have her babies taken in her stead.

A doctor with a history of aiding ex-Line girls, Ric Bennett, wants to help. He runs a team of rebels that can delete Naya’s records and free her forever. But when The Line sniffs out his plan, things get bloody, fast. Naya means more to them than just a chance at fresh faces—her twins are part of the government’s larger plan.

As they hide from government search parties, Ric comes to admire Naya’s quiet strength. And Naya realizes Ric might be a man she can trust. If they make it off the grid, they could build a new life. But first they’ll have to survive the long, vicious reach of The Line.

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2. Deliver Me by Kate Jarvik Birch

Deliver Me

Publisher: Bloomsbury Spark

Published: April 15th 2014

Pages: 250

Genres: Science Fiction > Dystopia; Young Adult; Fiction

Goodreads Rating: 3.74 / 5

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One People. One Union. One Future.

Wynne’s entire life is dictated by the Union: the clothes she wears, the books she reads, even the genes she inherited. And like every other girl in the Union, Wynne dreams of being chosen as a Carrier on her 16th birthday—one of the elite selected to carry the future generation within her womb. Wynne and her best friend Odessa are certain they will both make the cut, but when Odessa is chosen and whisked off to a life of privilege, Wynne is left behind to work as an assistant, delivering perfectly planned babies for the Union.

As Odessa slips deeper and deeper into the role of Carrier, Wynne begins to see the Union for what it really is: a society that criminalizes the notion of love, and forbids words like mother and family.

For the first time in her life, Wynne is faced with a choice: submit to the will of the Union, or find a way to escape and save Odessa before she is lost forever. 

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3. Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

Tabula Rasa (Tabula Rasa, #1)

Publisher: EgmontUSA

Published: September 23rd 2014

Pages: 340

Genres: Young Adult; Science Fiction; Thriller; Science Fiction > Dystopia

Goodreads Rating: 3.70 / 5

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Maybe it’s true. Maybe I’m here because I’m a murderer.

Sarah has a rare chance at a new life. That’s what the doctors tell her. She is undergoing a cutting-edge procedure that will render her a tabula rasa—a blank slate. Her troubled past is being removed memory by memory.

But when her final surgery is interrupted and a team of elite soldiers invades the isolated hospital under the cover of a blizzard, their mission is clear: wipe Sarah out of existence.

Why would they bother with a teen delinquent unless there’s something more to her past? Something someone doesn’t want to ever see the light of day?

Familiar halls become a dangerous maze as Sarah teams up with a computer hacker who’s determined to bring down the hospital for his own reasons. The two try to piece together who she is and why someone wants her erased.

And this time she won’t be silenced. 

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4. The Wicked We Have Done by Sarah Harian

The Wicked We Have Done (Chaos Theory, #1)

Publisher: Penguin/Intermix Books

Published: March 18th 2014

Pages: 272

Genres: New Adult; Science Fiction > Dystopia; Romance; Science Fiction

Goodreads Rating: 3.80 / 5

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Evalyn Ibarra never expected to be an accused killer and experimental prison test subject. A year ago, she was a normal college student. Now she’s been sentenced to a month in the compass room—an advanced prison obstacle course designed by the government to execute justice.

If she survives, the world will know she’s innocent.

Locked up with nine notorious and potentially psychotic criminals, Evalyn must fight the prison and dismantle her past to stay alive. But the system prized for accuracy appears to be killing at random.

She doesn’t plan on making friends.

She doesn’t plan on falling in love, either.

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5. Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

Girl in Pieces

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Published: August 30th 2016

Pages: 416

Genres: Young Adult; Contemporary; Health > Mental Health; Fiction; Mental Health > Mental Illness

Goodreads Rating: 4.15 / 5


Charlotte Davis is in pieces. At seventeen she’s already lost more than most people lose in a lifetime. But she’s learned how to forget. The broken glass washes away the sorrow until there is nothing but calm. You don’t have to think about your father and the river. Your best friend, who is gone forever. Or your mother, who has nothing left to give you.

Every new scar hardens Charlie’s heart just a little more, yet it still hurts so much. It hurts enough to not care anymore, which is sometimes what has to happen before you can find your way back from the edge.

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6. The Bunker Diary by Kevin Brooks

The Bunker Diary

Publisher: Penguin

Published: March 7th 2013

Pages: 268

Genres: Young Adult; Thriller; Horror; Fiction; Mystery; Contemporary

Goodreads Rating: 3.81 / 5

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I can’t believe I fell for it.
It was still dark when I woke up this morning.
As soon as my eyes opened I knew where I was.
A low-ceilinged rectangular building made entirely of whitewashed concrete.
There are six little rooms along the main corridor.
There are no windows. No doors. The elevator is the only way in or out.
What’s he going to do to me?
What am I going to do?

People are really quite simple, and they have simple needs. Food, water, light, space, privacy. Maybe a small measure of dignity. A bit of freedom. What happens when someone simply takes all that away?

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Thank you all for reading, it always mean so much to me when you all read through to the end.
As always I don’t usually put in much text with these type of novel updates, but I am working on quite a few blog posts that are slam-packed with them, so don’t worry about that!
Talking about this post, I haven’t updated you guys on most of the novels I’ve read on my kindle before, so this was so different to do!
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