The fact the next book isn t Out Till 2021In Closing YA Dystopian Fans till 2021In closing YA dystopian fans get ready as this book is going to be your next obsession yooo that ending got me fucked up An AI controlled prison is inescapable for the teenagers inside it There s no contact with the outside world but rumours still filter through and those rumours are very darkSome time in the future at least a hundred years from now it s possible I missed a exact timeframe the world has fallen under the power of the One World Government and an AI called Happy Happy controls everything everywhere Including the Loop and Block prisons one for under eighteens one for adults Luka s been in the tightly regimented isolating Loop for several years when things start going wrong If Luka is careful if he s clever and uick if he chooses his companions wisely he may just survive But if notthere are far worse things than the Loop in the worldThis is a terrifying far too plausible look at a possible future The Loop
inescapable and isn t that good for dangerous criminals Happy has a way to extract energy from the prisoners to help power the prison isn t that poetic justice making them part of the system The med tech eeping them prisoner the dangerous medical trials they can choose to undertake it all makes so much
is inescapable and isn t that good for dangerous criminals Happy has
sense That s the most terrifying part of it And the ending is awful a real proper That s the most terrifying part of it And the ending is awful a real proper without the futuristic parts there are some genuinely scary scenes rats anyone and I really enjoyed this read This is the birth child of Stephen King s The Institute and Rick Yancey s The 5th Wave series Similar to those this was a tough pill to swallow involving torture prison and war for young adults and children But damn if it isn t a rocket fueled ride I couldn t stop reading even when I was hating what was happening This is a love hate read in my opinion The characters are absolutely wonderful Dynamic and engaging Dialogue was fantastic Just enough that you get past the horrible things they endure If they can why can t you And then we re left with the endingI m still debating cop out or good Let the readers decideThank you to Scholastic Trade Publishing in Edelweiss for access to the digital review copy. Ne inside the prison Were the chains that shackled Luka to his cell the only instruments left to eep him safe He must overcome fellow prisoners hell bent on illing him the warden losing her mind the rabid rats in the train tunnels and a population turned into murderous monsters to try and break out of The Loop save his family and discover who is responsible for the chaos that has been inflicted upon the wor. Everything is as it should be Vicious and efficient the world of The Loop feels painfully pragmatically real believably near The Hunger Games is a walk in the park compared to this The level of control is terrifying
And When It All Hits The Fan when it all hits the fan REALLY HITS THE FAN YA Action Thriller Horror Flawlessly executed and what a twist ending Fast paced inventive and full of twists and turns I devoured this book Whenever I thought I All Roads Lead Home knew where it was heading it would spin in another unexpected direction constantlyeeping me enthralledSet in a distopian future Luca Kane is imprisoned in The Loop a nightmarish institute where inmates are harvested for their energy and experimented on by the government Luka and the other inmates dream of escape but with threats of war and rumours of a iller virus that turns humans into ruthless murderers the outside world may prove to be even dangerousThe Maze Runner meets The Matrix this debut is easily one the best and most memorable books I have read all year A gripping thrilling and terrifying readThe Loop is set in dystopian future where the world is regulated by the World Government and that government is counselled by Artificial Intelligence named Happy which is very disturbing It f I m going to give myself 452 out of 5 rounded up of course because I ve just written book 2 of The Loop trilogy and it s better than book 1 so you nowAnyway thank you everyone for all the nice things you ve said about The Loop and if you didn t enjoy It That S Fine that s fine not every book is for every person I received an ARC from pansing and definitelybooks for a voluntary and honest review All thoughts and opinions are my ownBook review The Loop by Ben Oliver 4 starsThe Loop by Ben Oliver Genre YA Sci fi DystopianRating 45 stars ReviewDISCLAIMER All thoughts and opinions are my ownThis book will be available at all good bookstores once it has been published 2nd April 2020I was so lucky to get surprise mail from pansing and definitelybooks and this book blew my mind It has The Maze runner and Sanctuary by Caryn Lix vibes and I liked that there was a mysterious element to the story I absolutely loved the concept and eerie world buildingLuka was very easy to like Life inside The Loop the futuristic death row for teens under eighteen is one long repetitive purgatory But when news of the encroaching chaos in the outside world reaches the inmates and disorder begins to strike the prison becomes the least of their worriesIt's Luka Kane's sixteenth birthday and he's been inside The Loop for over two years Every inmate is serving a death sentence with the option to push bac.
Ben Oliver ☆ 7 Free readS a character and thus I ept turning the pages as I wanted to find out what happened to him next The story was very eerie and unpredictable it also gave me the eerie vibes from the Illuminae series If you are looking for a high stakes thriller book pick this book up I was so afraid that I had to only read this book when there was still daylightThis is one of those rare instances that I WANT to see a book turned into a movie as I think it would be AMAZING I had chills while reading this book and overall really enjoyed this book and would love to read the 2nd book This book is wild Part futuristic fight the systemzombie esue apocalypsesci fi thriller and a bunch of other things that somehow all seamlessly work together this book reminds me of the golden days of dystopian YA but maybe possibly almost does it better Best yet it also gives off
Some Strong Early Pierce Brown Vibes Extremely High Praise Sostrong early Pierce Brown vibes extremely high praise so Red Rising fans out there rejoice Luka is beyond lovely seriously what a hero who sidenote also has great taste in books as are all his friends and that chilling chilling ending had me screaming for a seuel The underlying message that becomes clear at the end carries some major weight reminding you that this isn t just a story of nonstop surface action there Is A Lot Of a lot of here too Excellent stuff Many books have claimed to be the next Hunger Games or Maze Runner but few can actually meet that hype I m happy to say that this book has met these expectations and then some This book is mostly set inside a prison nown as the Loop where inmates are subject to torturous conditions and crippling loneliness We explore this setting through the eyes of Luka Kane a flawed and very relatable YA protagonist who The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis keeps you engaged as the mysteries of the prison and the world around it begin to unfold The side characters threaten to overwhelm at first given their rapid and freuent introductions but ultimately result in a cast of characters that you will route for all the way Igby and Malachai being particular standoutsI cannot give away any plot here as it s something you really must experience yourself There are so many twists and turns right up until the end it ll leave you weepy at. K their execution date by six months if they opt into Delays scientific and medical experiments for the benefit of the elite in the outside world But rumors of a war on the outside are spreading amongst the inmates and before theynow it their tortuous routine becomes disrupted The government issued rain stops falling Strange things are happening to the guards And it's not long until the inmates are left alo. .