Imperium | Review

“Freedom. It’s a distant memory.”

-Amelia Etchells

Spoil Free Review

Imperium by Amelia Etchells

3 Stars

Summary | Goodreads

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Pages | 227

This book is a mix between The Darkest Mind and the Shatter Me series! Teens with powers wanting freedom from the one who took it from them.

I am giving this book 3 stars! I love the concept and the characters are great! The reason I am not giving it 4 or even 5 stars is because I thought that the story could have had more depth and everything ended so quickly. I have so many questions about the book. I honestly think there could be another book because I want to know what is going happen to everyone and how will they deal with their powers in the real-world.

The writing is simple but plot timing is off. In one chapter, it states it have been 12 hours since the last part but then when they walk not even a few miles to the place they are staying it then state it have been days. This happens a few times in the book but it is just a mistake missed in the proofreading of the book. It doesn’t affect the way you read it story.

I love the lessons this book conveys which is “never give up and never let someone change who you are”. One of my favorite parts in the book is when the main character won’t let someone change who she is. She stays true to herself.

Overall, this is a good book and I enjoyed reading it. I am hoping that there will be another book in the series. It is perfect if you are in a reading slump or just want a quick read. Check it out!


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