Review: To Retribution: When there’s no going back

To Retribution: When there's no going back


The military is in control. Tight control. Media is censored, movement restricted. There are re-education camps for trouble makers, repatriation camps for non-nationals. Jake, Brian and Suze, three idealistic young journalists, are used to hiding as they try to keep their online news channel open. They publish the truth about the repatriations, the corruption and the deceit.

New Dawn, the feared security force, is closing in yet again. The trio run, yet again. This time, however, they are pursued with a relentlessness, a brutality which seems far too extreme for their ‘crimes.’
A trail of death is left in their wake as they try to escape New Dawn and find out what is really behind this hunt. They are drawn into a web of human trafficking, child abuse and murder. Only it’s closer than they think. Much closer.
Who would you trust?


My Thoughts

A brilliant book that really got me thinking about what could potentially happen at some point in the future, and that is a disturbing thought indeed and given all the uncertainty at the moment it is all the more worrying and real. All of the characters are believeable and well thought out and their various purpose’s within the plot are not predictable or dull.

I read this at every available opportunity and truly enjoyed it, as it has the right mixture of what is needed for a good read and is written it such a way that I was immersed in the world created by the author.

Highly recommended.

5 sheep rating



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