Rehabilitation (Unbelief #1)

Rehabilitation (Unbelief #1) My Name Is Sinna Reardon I Suppose Deep Down I D Like To Believe God Exists But He Doesn T, Not Since The War Most Days I M Okay With That Jacob Calls Me A Pessimist, But I M A Realist How Can I Believe When A Place Like Rehabilitation And A Regime Like The Elite Exist, Dictating Our Every Move If God Were So Great, He D Do Something But He Hasn T We Re Forgotten And That Scares Me, Because It Means I Might Have To Do Something Myself Sinna Has Spent Her Life Walking A Fine Line Between Breaking The Rules And Obeying Them To A Fault In A Godless World Where Science And Logic Reign Supreme And People Are Punished For Believing, Are Friendship And Love Reasons Enough To Abandon Unbelief Enough To Put Her Faith In Something Bigger Than Herself It s nice to see dystopia worn on the other foot when it comes to the intolerance of socially compromising beliefs theme that s so rampant in the genre Usually it s some cult take on religion, so I was curious to see what happens when the absence of faith is fueling a fascist state.Unfortunately, REHABILITATION doesn t take any opportunity to rationalize why a science centric society is desolate, impoverished and emotionally sterile Apparently atheists are so apathetic they re incapable of c It s nice to see dystopia worn on the other foot when it comes to the intolerance of socially compromising beliefs theme that s so rampant in the genre Usually it s some cult take on religion, so I was curious to see what happens when the absence of faith is fueling a fascist state.Unfortunately, REHABILITATION doesn t take any opportunity to rationalize why a science centric society is desolate, impoverished and emotionally sterile Apparently atheists are so apathetic they re incapable of compassion and utterly unconcerned with the general welfare of others Love is denounced because it only results in war, any expression of joy is apparently synonymous with faith and all anybody cares about is conditioning people not to have belief in anything that cannot be empirically proven.Maybe if this narrow minded, sterile, autocratic approach to society w
I received this book in exchange for an honest reviewRehabilitation is a fast paced first novel in a dystopian trilogy I was hooked within the fist few pages After a nuclear war, the New World is ruled by The Elite who enforce rules that they hope will eradicate war and non compliance People are taught to have no belief in God or any higher power and that love is useless and only ends in pain The main characters Sinna and Jacob have been friends since childhood, but they have a very I received this book in exchange for an honest reviewRehabilitation is a fast paced first novel in a dystopian trilogy I was hooked within the fist few pages After a nuclear war, the New World is ruled by The Elite who enforce rules that they hope will eradicate war and non compliance People are taught to have no belief in God or any higher power and that love is useless and only ends in pain The main characters Sinna and Jacob have been friends since childhood, but they have a very different outlook on the world they live in Sinna may hate The Eli
This is not a review, this is my book I look forward to honest reviews and feedback from my readers. You can also find this review and many others of mine on my blog Escaping Reality Within PagesFirst off I would like to thank the Author for allowing me to read this for an honest review.Now I hadn t noticed how short this book was when I first came across it I d just read the synopsis on Goodreads, and was quickly reeled in I wa
For the most part, I really liked this book The premise is quite good about a ruling society wanting to stamp out any mention thought of Belief As a plus, the writing solid and so are the characters My only real complaint would be the length Some parts could be fleshed out , and a whole lotcould be done with the ending It ends rather abruptly The whole story arc is pretty linear and predictable which is fine , but I thought there were several instances in the middle and toward For the most part, I really liked this book The premise is quite good about a ruling society wanting to stamp out any mention thought of Belief As a plus, the writing solid and so are the characters My only real complaint would be the length Some parts could be fleshed out , and a whole lotcould be done with the ending It ends rather abruptly The whole story arc is pretty linear and predictable which is fine , but I thought there were several instances in
C.B Stone was grateful enough to provide me with a free copy of this book for review First off, the summary is very attention grabbing I always read the summaries of books prior to reading and this summary really caught my attention The cover is also very attention grabbing, another perk for me I am one of those people who is always drawn to the beautiful covers of books and this one had it I am also a huge fan of present tense It is not the easiest tense to write in, but it is great for t C.B Stone was grateful enough to provide me with a free copy of this book for review First off, the summary is very attention grabbing I always read the summaries of books prior to reading and this summary really caught my attention The cover is also very attention grabbing, another perk for me I am one of those people who is always drawn to the beautiful covers of books and this one had it I am also a huge fan of present tense It is not the easiest tense to write in, but it is great for the reader C.B Stone also has this haun
I d say I m actuallyat a 2 1 2 with this book There is a LOT wrong with it, starting with the amateurish writing style The lack of finesse becomes clear from the very first physical description His unruly blond hair is brushing past the nape of his neck, and I know his ice blue eyes are laser focused and they don t get much better from there There are times where chapters begin with a recap of what just happened in the page before Perhaps the author thought no one would be able t I d say I m actuallyat a 2 1 2 with this book There is a LOT wrong with it, starting with the amateurish writing style The lack of finesse becomes clear from the very first physical description His unruly blond hair is brushing past the nape of his neck, and I know his ice blue eyes are laser focused and they don t get much better from there There are times where chapters begin with a recap of what just happened in the page before Perhaps the author thought no one would be able to readthan a chapter at a time Then there s the fact that the book is basically religious propagand
This was a great introduction to a dystopian world where religion is outlawed and those found believing in any sort of spiritual creator are fixed , but it would have been nice if it went on for a bit longer Granted, it ends on a pretty neat cliff hanger, but it wouldn t have been too much of a stretch to make this trilogy one single story as, based on page count listings, the trilogy is less than 500 pages in length If this was one single novel, I d have probably given it five stars assuming This was a great introduction to a dystopian world where religion is outlawed and those found believing in any sort of spiritual creator are fixed , but it would have been nice if it went on for a bit longer Granted, it ends on a pretty neat cliff hanger, but it wouldn t have been to
I was provided with a free copy of this book so I could give an honest review.All that being said, WOW I did not want to put this book down I was sucked in from the beginning I was absorbed into Sinna s world The descriptions produced vivid pictures and emotions in my mind, so I was seeing through Sinna s eyes, feeling her emotions, thinking her thoughts.And that ending I NEVER saw it coming I had to reread it to make sure I had read it correctly WOW What a hook I am going to have to re I was provided with a free copy of this book so I could give an honest review.All that being said, WOW I did not want to put this book down I was sucked in from the beginning I was absorbed into Sinna s world The descriptions produced vivid pictures and emotions in my mind, so I was seeing through Sinna s eyes, feeling her emotions, thinkin
A sci fi thriller A disturbing peek into a possible future A nuclear war has devastated the planet The New World is ruled by the Elite with specific Laws Above All Else, Don t Believe No room for God in the New World No hope, no love Story focus is on Sinna Jacob teenagers , Jacob s younger sister Sammy another girl, Miriam, as they struggle to survive in this barren land without hope and the certainty of severe punishments for noncompliance The ending m