Exodia Exodia Ledgers By American life is a strange mix of failing technologies psychic predictions and radiation induced abilities Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two classes privileged and slave Dalton Bat

  • Title: Exodia (Exodia Ledgers, #1)
  • Author: Debra Chapoton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 485
  • Format: ebook
  • By 2093 American life is a strange mix of failing technologies, psychic predictions, and radiation induced abilities Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two classes, privileged and slave Dalton Battista fears that his fading tattoo is a deadly omen He s either the heir of the brutal tyrant of the new capital city, Exodia, or he s its prophesied redeemer Shy, handsomBy 2093 American life is a strange mix of failing technologies, psychic predictions, and radiation induced abilities Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two classes, privileged and slave Dalton Battista fears that his fading tattoo is a deadly omen He s either the heir of the brutal tyrant of the new capital city, Exodia, or he s its prophesied redeemer Shy, handsome, smart and in possession of powers he doesn t yet realize, he escapes an order for his execution by fleeing the city with the help of Lydia, who quickly captures his heart But can he escape a destiny that will force him to marry another girl and return to Exodia as its liberator Based loosely on the ancient story of Moses, this two book dystopian journey EXODIA and OUT OF EXODIA crosses genres, combining young adult, new adult, sci fi, magical realism, and speculative fiction for an adventure full of symbolism, hidden codes, and thematic imagery.

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    1. I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review.It is the year 2093 and Dalton Battista lives in a world of technology that hardly works anymore, where prophecies are taken seriously, and some people have radiation induced abilities. Society is split into two classes – the “blues” who are privileged and the “reds” who are poor. Everyone must have an identifying tattoo and there are strict laws to stop intermingling between the classes. Dalton is a descendant of the m [...]

    2. Plot/Story: I somehow missed the part of the blurb that this was loosely based on the story of Moses. But reading it, I caught the similarities and it was fantastic. I love the bible stories and I love when people take them and modernize them. After finding out that it was based on the story of Moses I actually enjoyed reading it that much more, not that I had any trouble getting into it to begin with. Actually, I was drawn in from the very beginning. The world was so different and even though t [...]

    3. ( I received this ARC free from the Author in exchange for my honest review)I'm So-so on this book. The concept and idea was great, but I wasn't drawn into this world like I wanted. The writing style, for me was flat, monotone. Everything was simply put, as it was. There was no jump, no spark; I didn't feel anything when reading. Well that's not all true at times I did feel anger, and discomfort. There was no depth to the writing, no pulling description on how the characters were feeling. I firs [...]

    4. Debra Chapoton has magically worked the story of Moses into a dystopian world. I was honored to do an advanced read for the author and found the story to be intrigueing. The book is a wonderful combination of dystopia, YA, and magic and puzzles. It is fun. The best part is when you finish this book, there will be another to read you will enjoy as well! Start here!! :)

    5. I got this book in exchange for an honest review.I will be honest, I am all about the end of the world, starting over again books. Even when it's really just technology not working and things changing for people. This book is part of this kind of genre for me. It was very well written and definitely was far more then I expected.It was not hard to empathize with the characters and I felt like I really got to know them. I was able to make myself part of their world through out the book. Over all I [...]

    6. I really enjoyed Debra Chapoton's book Exodia and her skillful molding of the Biblical story of Moses (whom God requested to set his people free) into a post-apocalyptic fantasy adventure. What I also appreciated was discovering that my two middle school daughters would immensely enjoy this book AND finding that there was nothing in the book that would prevent me from handing it off to one of them next.In America in 2093 people are tattoed at birth. Either blue (ruling class) or red (slave class [...]

    7. Review: EXODIA by Debra Chapoton[EXODIA LEDGERS #1]Always a pleasure to welcome well-written, imaginative, New science fiction, apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, dystopian fiction. Author Debra Chapoton turns her talent to exploring a very ugly dystopian culture, post-nuclear war, a 90-state North America ruled by brutal tyranny and divided by class war. Young Dalton Battista is the tyrant' s grandson, but he is not the elitist "rich boy" one would expect. He is shy, curious, loves history, roots f [...]

    8. This is a very unique book. It is set in the future which at times was a bit confusing. It is really about a boy who is trying to find his place in the world. He was raised one way, but soon finds out that his life wasn't all it was made out to be and that he wasn't who he thought he was.The world this book is based in is one that is harsh. This book made me mad and sad and really made me hope for a savior for these people. This being said this is also a book of hope. The people in this new worl [...]

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