Preserving Hope by Alex Albrinck

Preserving Hope

By Alex Albrinck

  • Release Date: 2012-12-15
  • Genre: High Tech
Score: 4
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Description

It was his mission to save her life.
But first... he'd need to convince her that hers was a life worth saving.

Will Stark finds himself on a mission. He must use his new Energy abilities - abilities long thought the realm of magic by humanity - and his army of self-aware nanobots to save the life of a young woman named Elizabeth.

Elizabeth is treated as if she is a slave, forced to endure all manner of human testing to find the method to unlock all human potential. It is treatment encouraged by a man named Arthur - her father - and it is her fondest wish that her father treat her as his beloved child rather than a piece of property. She refuses to leave until she's reformed him, for she believes that if he cannot change, she herself is predestined to be a monster, and a person not worthy of living. She'll fight to change Arthur, with Will's help, until she succeeds.

Or until she's buried next to her mother, who sought the same reform - and was murdered for trying.

Reviews

  • Preserving hope

    1
    By M142596758
    Easily one of the most illogical books I have ever read. Repetitive themes, illogical plots. Unfulfilled plot lines.
  • Enjoyed it

    4
    By azspicerider
    Interesting storyline and characters. The human elements are real and relatable. This could be a stand-alone book, however Book 1 is a must read to fully understand what drives the main character.
  • Pleasant Surprise!

    5
    By Aerin75
    So far this series has been excellent, I can't wait to complete it 😊
  • Amazing book

    5
    By Esacantell
    Well then. A girl named Elizabeth being held prisoner by her power hungry father? Hmmm... I wonder if the people who came up with the storyline for bioshock infinite read this. The whole time I read it I felt like the bioshock Elizabeth was a more watered down, family friendly translation of this one. Whatever the reasoning, I loved this book, and it wrung much more emotion out of me than all the last 20 books I've read put together. I intend to avidly read anything else this amazing author writes.
  • Compelling Series with Fabulous Characters

    4
    By Biblio-babe
    While this second book did not have the same level of action that the first one did, it was strong in plot and character development which is so key to every well told story. The series as a whole is an addicting, high tech romp as well as a thumping good read. I can't recommend it highly enough. Fabulous characters, great plot, nice twists at the end, swift pacing, what more could a girl ask for?
  • It's ok.

    3
    By ms_cherrie
    There were so many repetitions in the story. Telling the stories again and again kills the suspense and made the book a little annoying.
  • Wonderful

    5
    By DC_FAY
    I was looking for something new and I was pleasantly surprised with finding this series. Wonderful!

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