Review of Hopebreaker

Normally, I don’t read the books like these. These are the books which I actually enjoy watching on the screen. That’s why I was bit skeptical about signing up for this tour. As I thought I might not do a complete justice while reviewing the book.

But now after finishing the book, I am glad that I signed up for the book. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Though at times I had actually try hard imagining the things, but in the end I loved the book.

Blurb: It is a fictional story set in the world of Altadas where there are no more human births. The demons born out of the human mothers. There are two groups, the Regime and the Resistance.
The Regime is replacing the unborn with demons, while the Resistance is trying to destroy a drug called Hope that the demons need to survive. That’s why the book is named, Hopebreaker.
Hopebreaker will be used to destroy the drug and eventually destroy the demons.

Between these two warring group is a man, Jacob, who profits from smuggling contraceptive amulets into the city of Blackout. He cares little about the Great Iron War, but circumstances and an accidental rescue by the Resistance team embroils him in a plot to starve the Regime from power.

He has always been neutral but he can’t continue to do so any further, Jacob finds it harder than he thought to remain indifferent. When the Resistance opts to field its experimental landship, the Hopebreaker, there is a hope to win the Great Iron War and destroy the demons.

Review: This book will be loved a lot by the ones who loves to read something different. The fight between the demons and the humans is worth reading for. There are lots of twists and turns in the book and the writer will keep you completely engaged in the book. You will definitely find it difficult to keep down the book even for a second. I would definitely recommend the book to everyone.

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