GOLD MEDAL WINNER DYSTOPIAN FICTION
This thrilling dystopian series follows Ava Rhodes as she fights against Chief Morray to save her people from his agenda to control all human life.
In book two, it’s seventeen years after the disappearance of former city center leader, Chief Morray and there has been peace among the West Coast regions. But in Ojai Village there is very little peace between Ava and her sixteen-year old daughter Grace. Both have different ideas about independence. MORE >
- It was such a treat to read Simone Ponds 3rd installment of her seriesI love that the perspective of the storyteller has shifted again, this time we are with Ava's teenage daughter GraceI love how Pond is able to tackle so many levels of society commentary and still deliver on loads of intimate character development
- The author continues to create characters I feel invested inI was hooked from the beginning and couldn't wait to find out the characters fates.I look forward to reading future works by this author.
- The Mainframe sucks you in quickly and has you turning the pages to figure out what will come nextThere are still more possibilities for this series...I can't help but wonder if/when and who will return!
- Without a doubt the "Mainframe" is Pond's best work to date! She has shown herself as a true "novelist" this timeRead the "Mainframe" - it is a marvelous piece of writing
- A very well written bookIt was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull momentThere were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentencesLots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track ofThis could also make great movie, animated cartoon, PP presentation or paid-per-view mini TV series (A & E, History channel)
- The thrilling story continuesStretching the imagination into the future and the technology of the mainframeI couldn't put the book downIt's well written, thrilling and has a touch of romanceLoved it.
- Excellent stand alone story but so much more satisfying to have read all three.