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Post-Secession (For the People)

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The world is divided between the high class and the low class. There is no in between. As the high class looks for the ultimate healthcare, they use the low class as their test subjects. They kidnap young Kiranda and her mother and kill her father. Big mistake! After Kiranda escapes the facility and returns to her world, she readies herself to go back for revenge. But firs ...more
Kindle Edition, 2, 173 pages
Published January 19th 2014 by R. Holland (first published February 27th 2013)
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R. Hi, Mrbil,
It's the first book: For the People: Post-Secession. I simply changed the subtitle from "War of the Classes" to "Post-Secession." I'm slowly…more
Hi, Mrbil,
It's the first book: For the People: Post-Secession. I simply changed the subtitle from "War of the Classes" to "Post-Secession." I'm slowly working on finishing the series. It was supposed to be out in 2015.(less)
R. Hello Mrbil,
It should be available on Amazon. Here is the link:

https://www.amazon.com/People-Post-Se...
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Pennie
Mar 11, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the first installment of 'For the People: Post Secession' saga.
There are only two classes in this world, the high society class, and the low class. The low class people are used as guinea pig subjects - When a young girl 'Kiranda', and her family are kidnapped and her father killed, Kiranda escapes this upper class facility and maps out a feeling of revenge... (no spoilers)

A well themed story plot frames a strong undertone for a suspenseful drama. The characters are complex as the 'Post
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Kiranda was a young girl who loved playing with the neighbor boy, going fishing with her father, and helping her mother do chores. She was a member of the Nadirs living a peaceful farm life where one works hard for everything they have, not many of the fancy new gadgets but a warm comfortable home and the love of family. That is until the day the Zeniths came and attacked their camp. She watched her father be killed eight in front of her face, vowing to kill the man who took his life, and then w ...more
Laura
Aug 15, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Thank you to the author, R. Holland, for gifting me with a free copy of For the People: Post-Secession in exchange for an honest review!

One thought pops into my mind when I think about this book: more. That's what would have made this into a 5 star book for me. More on the world, more on the facility, more about Kira and Thatcher as children, etc. I think the biggest thing that would have helped would be to lengthen the introduction sequences. Everything was beautifully done, it just felt like i
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Esha Bajaj
Dec 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was given a copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

For the People: Post-Secession is the story of a young girl turned powerful woman named Kiranda. In Kiranda's world, there are two classes, the lower class and the upper class. The lower's class's territory is in the south. They live very simple, almost primitive lives because the upper class has taken all resources from them. A hobby of the upper class is to frequently invade the lower class's territory, kill as many
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Sharon Stevenson
May 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
'Post-Secession' is the first book in Holland's 'For the People' series and the story follows teenager Kiranda as she embarks on a mission to exact revenge on those who have wronged her and her people.

Firstly, the vast gap between the higher and lower classes is shocking and is likely to make you feel very grateful for the everyday things you take for granted. Holland has used extremes in these differences as well as in the brutality of the hunters and the opinions of the characters, among other
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Sheree Sills
Dec 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Team for the people

This was a great book. Though I had a bit of a hard time getting into it, the style of writing Holland uses at the beginning was a little different from what I'm use to, but I hung in there and around chapter 4ish it changed. The beginning wasn't bad but it reminded me of a movie where someone was explaining what had happened. Then I got really into it so much that I read the whole thing in one sitting and am now going for book 2. I found myself how I would react if it were me
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Alicia Huxtable
Jan 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book. Think Hunger Games but at the same time nothing like it. The world has been divided.....the ones who 'have' and the ones who 'don't'. And the ones who 'have' are hunting the ones who 'don't'......for the fun of it.
The ones who 'don't' want to fight back but they can't as the ones who 'have' don't seem to die.
But now they have one of them......well technically 2 of them, except only one has lived amongst them.
Now it's time to fight back and take back their world.
Definitely an enjoya
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R. Holland has lived in Texas all her life. She lives with her supportive husband and three wonderful children. She loved to write poetry at a young age and has tried a hand at writing short novels. Along with fishing and being in the outdoors, she enjoys writing horror, paranormal romance, and adult dystopian.


You can follow her on twitter: @rhollandauthor

Email: r.holland@rhollandbooks.com

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