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Dealing in Dreams by Lilliam Rivera
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it was amazing

This is the story of having a dream and what it takes to get them and at what cost are you willing to get this dream. The heart of this story is Mega City and the all-inclusive only for the best towers. The story centers around a matriarchal society led by all female gangs. Men are considered to be a secondary citizen who does all the grunt work in the city. At the age of seven young girls are sent to training camps to become soldiers in gangs that consist of 5 girl members. Their also the underlying issue of the addiction of drugs that is basically the money to get you what you want. The pills leave you in a dreamlike state so your more easily manipulated into believing this is the best there is.

Our main gang is run by Nalah who has a dream and that dream is to live in the towers. Where life is so much better than struggling on the streets of Mega-City. She is tasked with finding out about the Ashe Ryder’s who live in the next city over. That city is believed to be the dirty underbelly where those who have been shunned from Mega City go to live.

This story is dark at times, has a lot of action going on as Nalah battles with other gangs on her mission. She learns that what she always been taught, that what she knows about her family and even about her self is far from the truth. This is a dystopian, sci-fi story with heart and I highly recommend it.
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Reading Progress

February 21, 2019 – Started Reading
February 21, 2019 – Shelved
February 21, 2019 –
page 78
February 22, 2019 –
page 195
February 22, 2019 – Finished Reading

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