Book Review – The Sign of One by Eugene Lambert…

In the Barrenlands of Wrath, no one dies of old age. Kyle is used to its harsh laws, but the cold-blooded separation of identical twins and execution of the ‘evil twists’ at the Annual Peace Fair shocks him.
When Kyle himself is betrayed, he flees for his life with the reluctant help of Sky, a rebel pilot with a hidden agenda. As the hunt intensifies, Kyle soon realises that he is no ordinary runaway, although he has no idea why. Fighting to learn the hideous truth, their reluctant, conflicted partnership will either save them – or kill them.
I have been given an ARC by Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
People describe this book as science fiction, but to me it feels straight forward dystopian.
I wasn’t sure about this book at first. Yet within a couple of chapters, I was totally hooked and am finding it difficult to turn the pages quickly enough.
Kyle is a likeable protagonist, but I absolutely adore Sky. Her spirit and fight make her an incredible female lead.
The society that they live in is based on a web of deceit and lies and it’s going to take real courage and fight to uncover the truth. 
This story is really fast paced and every turn of the page leads you further in. I was reluctant to put down this tale of strength and bravery. I cannot wait for further books in the series. Worthy film plot!
A five out of five star read.
I’m profoundly grateful to Netgalley and Electric Monkey for my ARC.

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