Here are the reviews:
In the latest, a five star from the US says:
I totally enjoyed this book. I felt like I could feel exactly what the characters were feeling. However I could never imagine not being able to keep and care for my children. Poor Cassie. You made this book very real to me. Great
And a four star review:
Let me start by saying that I don't generally read self-published books and since I don't see any publisher's info, I'm making the assumption that this is one. If not, I apologize. The author posted a link on one of the Kindle forums
along with a brief description and, since I liked the plot summary, I downloaded the sample. In spite of the fact that it was self-published I was pleasantly surprised.
This is a unique take on a Dystopian Future. I think the author's plot summary stands for itself, so I won't repeat it here. Her take on near-future London is gray and bleak, but has an underlying current of humor and irony. It's a well
thought out world and I enjoyed reading this. I'll simply say that reading Lisa Hinsley's work has caused me to think twice about summarily dismissing the 99 cent self-published Kindle authors.
In the UK I’ve had two five star reviews:
This is an unusual read, and an absolutely gripping one. Cassie is a very well rounded character, not some sort of super-woman hero, and the end is just as it had to be. This is a very good book.
This book is a fantastic read that i could not put down. A post apocolyptic world that is overpopulated and the death penalty given for the smallest of crimes to try to control the size of the population. All the characters are well written and realistic and the story was gripping. There were plenty of surprises and the end was perfect. I cannot recommend this book highly enough.
In closing, I think this is the best quote ever: I'll simply say that reading Lisa Hinsley's work has caused me to think twice about summarily dismissing the 99 cent self-published Kindle authors.
I’m done tooting my horn now. :)