Review of Dissolution by Lee S. Hawke

Title: Dissolution
Author: Lee S. Hawke
Publisher: Blind Mirror Publishing

What would you sell yourself for?

Madeline knows. She’s spent the last eighteen years impatiently waiting for her Auctioning so she can sell herself to MERCE Solutions Limited for a hundred thousand credits. But when the Auctioneer fails to call her and two suits show up at her doorstep, Madeline discovers there are far worse bargains to be made.
So when your loved ones are in danger, there’s a bounty on your head and your entire city might turn out to be a lie… what would you sell yourself for?

Rating:  I want to take a moment to thank Giselle from Xpresso Book Tours for sending me a copy of this book to review. I will be giving this book a 3 out of 5 stars. I wanted to love this book so much. I mean it sounds like Divergent and Hunger Games put together and those books were amazing. This book is like Divergent because it has Corporations that are like the factions only in this book you are auctioned off to the Corporations instead being able to choose for yourself. It has shades of the Hunger Games because of the survival aspect. This book had my name written all over it, but in the end, it was not what I expected. The idea for this book was such a good one and very realistic. This book was a quick read  with only 168 pages. I wish it was longer because there are some parts of the book that went too quickly, in some cases I got lost and ended up having to reread them just to make sure I didn’t miss anything. I feel like if you have read this book you will understand what I mean. Overall, it did the job that a dystopian is suppose to do, I just wish this book would have been longer and clearer with certain scenes in the book. If you are looking for a book that is like Divergent then I definitely think you should pick this book up. 


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