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Dissolution What would you sell yourself for Madeline knows She s spent the last eighteen years impatiently waiting for her Auctioning so she can sell herself to MERCE Solutions Limited for a hundred thousand credits But when the Auctioneer fails to call her and two suits show up at her doorstep, Madeline discovers there are far worse bargains to be madeSo when your loved ones are in danger, there s a bounty on your head and your entire city might turn out to be a lie what would you sell yourself for



10 thoughts on “Dissolution

  1. Carrie Carrie says:

    Madeline has spent her life training and preparing for the day she would be eligible to put herself up for auction at eighteen She wants nothingto escape from Anron Life Limited and being a human lab rat and be purchased by another company called Merce that is technology oriented On the day of the auctions though Maddie finds herself still standing after all of the others have been auctioned off


  2. Kisa Whipkey Kisa Whipkey says:

    Now, I know what you re thinking yay, another dystopian to add to all the other dystopians flooding the market But trust me, this one is unlike anything you ve read Yes, it does have some shades of The Hunger Games, Divergent, and even a bit of The Giver embedded in it, but the premise underneath those elements is refreshing, different, and thought provoking Everything a good science fiction tale sh


  3. Stéphanie Stéphanie says:

    DISSOLUTION was an interesting dystopian novella that had great authentic ideas but lacked in detail and execution I really liked the idea of corporations owning its employees and seeing them as assets to be traded and sold However, the world building felt incomplete and the characters underdeveloped.Madeline has waited her whole life for her Auctioning After 18 years of waiting, after countless hours o


  4. Ashleigh Neame Ashleigh Neame says:

    Lee S Hawke has achieved something amazing Not many writers could pull off a social commentary and make it fun to read, but Hawke nailed it.The story is set in the fictional city of Unilox, where the people are owned by one of 5 companies ANRON, HARLIN, MERCE, PERCO, DRAYTH Which one does Madeline belong to You ll have to read the book to find out When you turn 18, you re eligible and required to participat


  5. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    Science fiction is my jam So when I run across a story with a fascinating premise and stellar characters, I obviously wantwhich is where I run into a serious issue There isn t anyDissolution is a quick read, giving just the briefest of glimpses into a futuristic world, where humans literally have a value Like, here s a check, now give me my human Because it was so short, there simply wasn t enough time to go in


  6. Danielle Danielle says:

    Read this review andon my blog I received a free copy of Dissolution via XpressoBookTours in exchange for my honest opinion.Dissolution is a dystopian novella that is not all that it seems Instead of it being a fun read , even though it is, it directly and willingly makes you question ideas that you may have been brought up with.In this community, everyone before they turn 18 is to be auctioned off to the highest b


  7. Dixie Goode Dixie Goode says:

    Madeline is a character who would be at home in the world of Divergent, The Giver, or Hunger Games In fact her story starts very much like The Giver, or Divergent do She is excited about turning 18 and being able to auction herself and finally have the assignment which will be hers for the rest of her life, but it is as those two books set precedent for, and she isn t allowed to fulfill the expectations which her whole


  8. Shelley Shelley says:

    Source Xpresso Book Reviews Genre Science Fiction, Dystopia Rating 3 My Thoughts Author Lee S Hawke s Dissolution asks the question, What would you sell yourself for If Hawke s world, before a person turns 18, they are put through a series of trials, and testing, andtesting in hopes of getting bid on at the Auction But, what happens when your hopes and dreams of working for another corporation goes up in smoke thanks to a


  9. S.E. Anderson S.E. Anderson says:

    AN AWESOME NOVEL YOU NEED TO READ STAT Full review here future Madeline lives in isn t a bright one Toxic rivers, arid deserts the world beyond the wall is beyond hope of saving But her city, Unilox, seems to be a beacon of life and hope, minus the freedom You see, the city is run entirely by corporations, and being a citizen means being a part of one of them Not just as an employee but as a purchased product what belongs to t


  10. Ethan Gregory Ethan Gregory says:

    Full review andavailable at My Thoughts As anyone who follows my reviews well knows, I love a good dystopian novel For far too long I ve heard dystopian is dead dying , yet incredible new stories keep flying into my inbox I still haven t quite figured out why the bookish community has written off this fascinating genre With so many unique twists on dystopian literature floating out there, I m confident there s something out there


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