I used to think I knew all the answers; now I no longer even know the questions –Goro

Under the totalitarian reign of the 23rd century’s world government-the Sovereign Regime-control is made possible by the identity chip implanted in every human being, recording everything that is seen, done, and experienced.

No more bank accounts. No more smart phones. No more secrets.

When Goro inadvertently overhears an exchange of sensitive information, causing him to confront the truth about his world and prompting him to choose his true loyalties, his dream of revolution kicks into high gear. Goro doesn’t know he has covert intel in his possession both the SR and the resistance movement are desperate to acquire.

Determined to bring down the world government, he and his closest friends gain access to the key to ultimately deciding who has sovereignty.

But who will get to Goro first: the resistance or the Sovereign Regime?
April 5, 2016  |  262 pages
(Read from May 12, 2017 to May 13, 2017)
Grade: C    (switch to numeric scale)
L/E Ratio: 80% Entertainment, 20% Literature
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Writing Quality:
Low High
Originality:
Low High

Addictiveness:
Low High
Movie Potential:
Low High

Re-readability:
Low High
Sequel Potential:
Low High
Comment:
This is a different type of Young Adult Dystopian that follows the same patterns that dystopian readers are used to,but with some new elements. This dystopian world is all political, the Sovereign Regime rules the planet in one New World Order. As for how we got there, no one has all the details, but there was a lot of warfare with very technologically advanced weapons. I do wish a little more backstory was given into how the world ended up this way.