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Review: Rush by Eve Silver

25/04/2017

Rush by Eve Silver is one of my all time favourite books. A dystopian with a raw and admirable female main character, it has something for everyone. Adventure, thrill, aliens, friendship, love, and even some gaming, Rush is fast paced and unpredictable. This book will pull you in and keep you captive until the very last page. I suggest you put the next two books in the trilogy (Push and Crash) on hold in advance, because you won’t want to wait.

The story follows Miki Jones, a quiet teenager who likes to keep as much control on her life as possible as she struggles with inner demons. Miki loses all illusions of control one fateful day when she finds herself in a life or death situation, and wakes up in a strange place she never knew existed. Thrust into a world where there is no such thing as control, Miki will meet new companions, a love interest, learn things she never knew about herself, and be forced to keep a dark secret. Will Miki have the strength to protect the human race and everyone she loves? Read and see!

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Image: Rush

Rush

By Silver, Eve
Image: Rush

Rush

By Silver, Eve
Image: Rush

Rush

By Silver, Eve
Image: Push

Push

By Silver, Eve
Image: Push

Push

The Games Series, Book 2
By Silver, Eve
Image: Push

Push

The Game Series, Book 2
By Silver, Eve
Image: Crash

Crash

By Silver, Eve
Image: Crash

Crash

By Silver, Eve