My review for Autonomy By Jude Houghton

​My review for

Autonomy

By

Jude Houghton

5 out of 5 stars!
Just wow, this book is terrific.

Jude makes you feel for all the characters. Even the villains. But are they really bad people? They all just want the same things and to have a good life. Some go about it the wrong way. This is set in the future and all the characters are intertwined in some way. Which is great to see how everything plays out. Two brothers raised together are not the same. One is very cold towards everyone and doesn’t mind being hired for the job he does.

The other just wants to be loved it seems like. Then we meet a young girl who has had a hard life as well. But yet she is intertwined with the brothers.

Now I don’t want to give everything away. So I will leave you with this.. Will everyone find out get what they want? Will there finally be peace in their world??

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Book & Author Details:

Autonomy 
by Jude Houghton 
Published by: Grimbold Books
Publication date: July 29th 2016
Genres: Dystopian, New Adult, Science Fiction

Synopsis:

Balmoral Murraine works in a Battery, assembling devices she doesn’t understand for starvation pay. Pasco Eborgersen is the pampered son of an Elite, trying to navigate the temptations of the Pleasure Houses, the self-sacrifice of the Faith, and the high-octane excitement of Steel Ball. They are two strangers, who never should have met, and now they will rip apart the world.

What happens when ninety percent of the world lives on skaatch – a jellyfish and insect composite?

What happens when mankind spends more time in alternative life sims instead of in the “real” world?

What happens when economic interest is the sole determinant of global decision making?

What happens when a single secret is discovered that calls into question everything we have ever believed?

Welcome to the Autonomy. Welcome to your future.
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/30644174-autonomy?ac=1&from_search=true
Purchase:

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Autonomy-Jude-Houghton-ebook/dp/B01H3GYR5C

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/autonomy-jude-houghton/1124073212?ean=9781909845480

iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/autonomy/id1150913516?mt=11

Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/ebook/autonomy-7?utm_source=indigo&amp;utm_medium=web&amp;utm_campaign=retailer

AUTHOR BIO:

Jude developed a love of fantasy from a relatively early age after realising an innate talent for making stuff up could result in something other than detention. Working across the globe in fields as diverse as journalism, data entry, sales, management consultancy and babysitting, Jude has partially succeeded in putting an English and History degree from Oxford University to good use. A somnambulist, insomniac, lover of letters, Jude writes late into the night, most nights, tumbling down the rabbit hole to dream of other lives. Jude currently lives in Pennsylvania with an over-enthusiastic family and absurdly entitled dog.

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