Immurement

Review:

Immurement: A Young Adult Science Fiction Dystopian Novel (The Undergrounders Series Book One) - Norma Hinkens

I think I’ve reached the point where I should take a break from the Dystopian future. This is the newest reading experience in a growing string of books from the genre that I didn’t like. I think I might have saturated my need for Dystopian stories for a while. At least for the ones that don’t seem to make a lot of sense.

 

Derry and her family and friends live in underground bunkers out of fear for the Sweepers who abduct people into aircrafts. The description is not unlike alien abduction. When her brother is taken, Derry will do everything she can to rescue him, at least until the love interest shows up. A girl and her priorities, I guess?

 

There are certain things that could have saved the novel, but unfortunately didn’t. One of which was Derry’s character. She was rather annoying, and the easy way in which she seems to forget her goals doesn’t speak for her either. She’s supposed to be the kick-ass heroine familiar to the genre, but instead she usually gets into trouble and needs to be rescued by a group of strong men. Also, I was quite disappointed with the reveal about the Sweepers. It didn’t make a lot of sense to me, but to be completely honest, I was past really caring at that point.

 

Immurement is the first book of the Undergrounders.

 

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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