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They should have never met...

When Judas Wells is ordered to send Nadine Ellis to her execution, he defies orders for the first time in his life by concealing Nadine in The Rebellion. However, once it is revealed that Nadine has actually been kidnapped from a neighboring country, The Rebellion and Judas realise her experience as an outsider could could bring down their own
Kindle Edition, 338 pages
Published November 1st 2020 by L.J. Kerry
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Dec 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: yalit, dystopian
In order to survive in the Republic of Denmé, all citizens must be Listed. The barcode tattooed on the right arm of each citizen is a legal requirement. Those who are unlisted risk being executed. Joseph Wells - aka Judas Wells - lives a double life, working both above ground for the Denmé regime while at the same time being a member of a secret underground organisation known as The Rebellion. When Judas and Nadine Ellis's world collide, everything changes for both these characters. Judas defies ...more
Sabinah Adewole
Oct 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Author L. J Kerry captured my imagination from page one I was led into this vivid life underground and was introduced to the two main characters. The plot unfolded nicely I got lost a few times but on the whole the Author was very creative a used vivid images. I am not a familiar of dystopian novels but I found out I did not want to leave this book I Always was left asking for more my curiosity was listed in this book. I also like how the title of the book was derived from a barcode which at ...more
Juniper Greer-Ashe
In the dystopian world of the novel, despot "Our Leader," has controlled every aspect of her citizens' lives for almost 20 years. Dress is standardized, people have bar code tattoos that allow their movements to be controlled and their days to be divided into state-mandated tasks. Death is the penalty for the smallest infraction. It's clearly a hellish way to live, but there is the underground Rebellion. This novel alternates between the perspectives of Judas, a "listed" man and part of that und ...more
Oct 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
This is the first book from L.J. Kerry and I'm positive there will be many more.
Listed captivated me from the first chapter, the dystopian world building is phenomenal, the charters are intriguing (hello Sam, he's my favourite!!) with enough mystery that you can't stop reading, there's always enough bread crumbs to leave you wanting to keep reading, it's a "just one more chapter" kind of book where you say that and then suddenly you're finished the book.
This book leaves you rooting for everyone
Z.K. Dorward
Dec 22, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The world of Demne is insanely immersive and Kerry has a way with words that puts you right in the scene. I was able to visualise the tunnels as she walked us through them, the City Hall(?) with its mural of the Seven Deadly Sins, the apartment buildings. There were a couple of places that had some white room syndrome (Hanna's house), but otherwise, the descriptions were amazing.

And now to scream about these characters. I think I'm actually in love with Carlos and I spent the entire book begging
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L.J. Kerry born and raised in Sheffield, England. She has always loved to read and write from a young age, some of her favourite genres are Urban Fantasy and Dystopia.

Now living in Derbyshire, England. L.J. Kerry likes to spend her free time (aside from reading or writing) playing video games, travelling and learning new languages/cultures.

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