Pendt Harland’s family sees her as a waste of food on their long-haul space cruiser when her genes reveal an undesirable mutation. But if she plays her cards right she might have a chance to do much more than survive. During a space-station layover, Pendt escapes and forms a lucky bond with the Brannick twins, the teenage heirs of the powerful family that owns the station. Against all odds, the trio hatches a long-shot scheme to take over the station and thwart the destinies they never wished for.
This book takes the chosen one trope and flips it on its head. Charlotte has always felt ordinary. There’s nothing unique or impressive about her, not like her sisters. Harlow, her older sister, is a phenomenal singer and musician. Vanessa, her younger sister, is an incredibly talented gymnast. Then, once the Crimson arrives, her sisters […]
I am still really struggling to determine my feelings on this one. Overall I enjoyed The Grace Year and would recommend it to fans of the Handmaid’s Tale and Lord of the Flies. I thought some parts of this were really strong and I liked the world-building, however, it was not clear how quickly time […]