I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Dark Made Dawn by J.P. Smythe
Series: The Australia Trilogy #3
Published by Hodder Paperbacks on April 6, 2017
Genres: Dystopia, Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult
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IT BEGAN WITH WAY DOWN DARK, SHORTLISTED FOR THE ARTHUR C. CLARKE AWARD.IT CONTINUED WITH LONG DARK DUSK.IT CONCLUDES... NOW.
There was one truth on Australia, the prison ship on which Chan was born and raised: you fight or you die. Usually both.But everything on Australia was a lie. Abandoned and alone, Chan was forced to live a terrible existence on the fringes of society, Australia's only survivor after a terrible crash-landing on Earth.But Chan discovered she was not alone. Together with the unlikeliest of allies, Chan carved out a place for herself on Earth. And now the time has come: she's finally found a reason to keep going. But friends have become enemies, and enemies have become friends. It's time for Chan to create her own truths, and discover a life beyond fighting and death.A life beyond Australia.
A year may have passed but Chan is still determined to reunite her family, to find Mae and a safe place for those from Australia to live in peace.
This is as action packed book but it is not as crazy as the first two. Now there is a purpose and there are people to protect and something to live for. Now past events shape the future and speed them on towards their goal. They say knowledge is power and this is certainly the case.
A good group of friends also helps and Chan now has plenty. There is Rex, her previous mortal enemy. Ziegler, a black market know it all, and Fiona, leader of the Nomads. Everything is grey, its not clear who the good guys are and who the bad guys are. Everything is surprising and it keeps suspense running.
Dark Made Dawn keeps the adrenaline going and the heart racing as we continue Chan’s journey to as she tries to save the only people she has ever loved. A thrilling and satisfying end to what has been an epic trilogy.