Complex by A.D. Enderly

Disclaimer: I received this e-arc from the publisher. Thanks! All opinions are my own.

Book: Complex

Author: A.D. Enderly

Book Series: Standalone

Rating: 3/5

Recommended For…: sci-fi lovers

Publication Date: November 17, 2020

Genre: Sci-Fi

Recommended Age: can’t recommend, DNFed

Publisher: Luminary Media

Pages: 700

Synopsis: The sky rains red, the poor are forgotten, governments have failed, and corporations have grown into mini nation-states called Complexes, where people flock to receive the security, shelter, and purpose the outside world can’t provide. The only payment required, buried somewhere in the twenty-thousand-page Terms of Service, is their freedom.

Now just sign on the dotted line…

Orphaned after her father’s death, 18-year-old Val’s focus is to protect her younger sister Kat and heed her father’s final wishes: Never, ever join a Complex. Stay away from them, at all costs, he demands.

But staying away becomes impossible when Kat is abducted, sparking a hunt through a violent megacity primed for revolution, where Val eventually discovers her sister’s disappearance is just a smokescreen. Beneath it lies a motive darker than death and broader in scope than a few lives.

As Val and her allies uncover the truth, they’re confronted with a terrible choice – save Kat, or save humanity?

Review: I had to DNF  this book. It seems so interesting and I absolutely want to return to it one day, but the book wasn’t interesting to me when reading it and I just felt bored with the storyline.

Verdict: Not for me but maybe for you!

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