The Feral Sentence, part 3

The Feral Sentence part Alternate Cover Edition for B MDN ZC Discouraged by the unraveling of Kormace Island s unsettling secret Brone attempts to earn the respect of fellow convicts by embracing her role as the Village s

  • Title: The Feral Sentence, part 3
  • Author: G.C. Julien
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate Cover Edition for B01MDN5ZC7 Discouraged by the unraveling of Kormace Island s unsettling secret, Brone attempts to earn the respect of fellow convicts by embracing her role as the Village s primary Archer But as Brone climbs the hierarchy ladder of convicted felons, she comes to realize through a series of brutal attacks and violent murders that regardless ofAlternate Cover Edition for B01MDN5ZC7 Discouraged by the unraveling of Kormace Island s unsettling secret, Brone attempts to earn the respect of fellow convicts by embracing her role as the Village s primary Archer But as Brone climbs the hierarchy ladder of convicted felons, she comes to realize through a series of brutal attacks and violent murders that regardless of her leader s attempt to establish order, no one is safe.

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    1. NOTE: The author graciously gave me a copy of the compilation volume containing this individual book and asked me to write a review.In large part, the continent of Australia was originally a giant prison colony, populated by the riff raff from various jails in England. That bit of history, brought forward to the present day, forms the basis for G.C. Julien’s YA adventure saga, The Feral Sentence, an entertaining speculation that reads somewhat like a cross between The Hunger Games and a distaf [...]

    2. Kindle Unlimited, and the 4 is based less on the story and more on the fact don't like thrillers that much so take the 4 with grain of salt thing.Women convicted of murder are being sentenced to the wild.This book is the compilation edition of The Feral Sentence serial and contains all four episodic parts / novellas found in Book 1RT THREE Discouraged by the unraveling of Kormace Island’s unsettling secret, Brone attempts to earn the respect of fellow convicts by embracing her role as the Vill [...]

    3. Love these books! Always ready for the next installment. This author is spot on, without a doubt. The characters are all so real and 💘 them, like them or despise them, you will relate to them. And you never quite know what to expect from a character. Just as you believe you have a particular person figured out, WRONG! This would make a great t.v. series! Everyone should read this series!

    4. Book 1, Part 3 of The Feral Sentence by G.C. Julien was released in mid October on and I was pretty keen to get my hands on it. As predicted the series picks up where we left and gets straight into the action as one of the villagers is attacked by a leopard. Something I have come t expect from Julien is a well paced, yet action packed story with an interesting twist that keeps you hanging and begging for more. In Part 3, Lydia is initially more morose about her situation, and comes across as a [...]

    5. The Feral Sentence BK 1 pt3 The story keeps you going and everything you think you might know it's probably wrong. The cliffhanger at the end of this installment is enough to drive you mad in waiting for the next book.The book's could be slightly longer, the editing is fairly decent, with just minor errors.

    6. G.C. Julien's novella "The Feral Sentence III" is another fast-paced segment in the continuing saga of life on the prison island of Kormace, focusing mainly on protagonist Lydia Brone. Readers are able to see Brone changing as she finally comes to understand that her short-term sentence of three years is actually a life sentence - no one is ever picked up via helicopter or any other means, for completing their sentence. The only way off the island thus far, is death. Brone's acceptance as to the [...]

    7. This writer has talent! I was hooked from the first paragraph. Interestingly different storyline. Well written. I'm sure I would enjoy anything this writer chooses to write. Definitely has a way with words.

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