How are you all? Ready for Christmas? Lots of bookish goodies under the tree?! 🤗🎄Oh I do hope so, I’m excited 😆 possibly more than my kids! #sorrynotsorry
Anyway, I just wanted to let you know, well actually warn you, haha that I have a new OBSESSION 🧡🤷🏻♀️ Yup you are going to be hearing about Ultraxenopia for a while! Just like The Ending Series it’s gripped me from the start with complex characters and a world you just want to get lost in.
This isn’t a book review just yet but just a little post, as I can’t help but shout out to everyone how much I’m LOVING this book. Book two Type X is out February 2018 so not to long to wait… phew!!
I’ve done some drawings too, in true Stevie fan girl tradition!
This is Ezra and Wynter 🧡
This is Jenner… he intrigues me 😚🧡
So there you have it! Check it out if you haven’t yet read it. Also watch this space for some more art work and fangirling! Oh and FYI it has a MAP!
I’ll leave you with the front cover, which is bloody awesome by the way and the synopsis 😚
– Ultraxenopia (Project W.A.R) by M.A Phipps
The back of the book:
PART ONE OF THE YOUNG ADULT DYSTOPIAN TRILOGY PROJECT W. A. R.
Don’t stand out. Blend in. Remain invisible. Those are the rules I lived by–the rules I thought would keep me alive.
I was wrong.
Wynter Reeves is a law-abiding citizen of the State, a willing conformist whose daily life is haunted by terrorism and oppression. With the constant threat of death hanging over her like a shadow, she forces herself to live by a strict set of rules, all in the hope of ensuring she is never noticed. However, on her twenty-first birthday, as she prepares to take the placement exam that will determine her future within society, she begins to show symptoms of a rare and debilitating illness–ultimately attracting the attention of the State. Taken into the custody of the feared research facility known as the DSD, her worst nightmare becomes reality.
Ripped away from the life she knew, Wynter is forced to become the test subject of the mysterious Dr. Richter. Through him, she learns the true and terrifying nature of her condition: a disease called Ultraxenopia.