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Redemption by Elora Mitchell - Review

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Agent 093762 is moving up in the ranks in a world torn apart by war. Things are going well until a mission goes south and she's left for dead in an explosion. She quickly realizes that her partner was actually assigned to take her out and make it look like an enemy attack. Now, she finds herself on the run beyond the city, but hope isn't lost. She meets Logan, a man fighting his own demons and together they will try to accept their past actions and look toward the future for redemption.

Redemption by Elora Mitchell is brutal and quite abrupt, but I was hooked every step of the way. It's a YA dystopian, but rather than dealing with revolution and regime changes it focuses on a girl who is running from her past as a part of that regime as an interrogator (read: torturer). Our main character's entire world has been has been torn apart and she has to rebuild her entire life - physically, mentally, and emotionally - on her path to redemption. Overall, I highly recommend this novel to fans of the genre. I'm certainly looking forward to more from Elora Mitchell and I wouldn't say no to more from the world of Redemption either.

I read this ebook from April 21 - 22, 2016 and my review is also available on Goodreads.


  1. I hadn't heard of this one before but you've made me want to check it out!

  2. Nice review Lauren! I haven't heard of this one either, but you piqued my interest! I haven't read a dystopian novel in a while, so maybe it is time to switch it up a bit.

    1. Thanks! Like I said, it's a bit different but still very good.


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