Heart of Iron

Heart of Iron

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Seventeen-year-old Ana is a scoundrel by nurture and an outlaw by nature. Found as a child drifting through space with a sentient android called D09, Ana was saved by a fearsome space captain and the grizzled crew she now calls family. But D09 one of the last remaining illegal Metals has been glitching, and Ana will stop at nothing to find a way to fix him.
Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray/HarperCollinsPublishers, 2018
ISBN: 9780062652850
0062652850
Characteristics: 467 p. ; 22 cm

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cals_kidsbookbuyer Mar 12, 2019

Seventeen-year-old Ana is a scoundrel by nurture and an outlaw by nature. Found as a child drifting through space with a sentient android called D09, Ana was saved by a fearsome space captain and the grizzled crew she now calls family.


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blue_dog_31717
Mar 13, 2019

First of all, before I even begin, this book currently has a 4/10 rating(How? Beats me.) I ask, for your sake, you ignore the stars until it gets to at least 4. Now, for my review: Hands down, this book will probably win as my favorite book of all time. One thing I have noticed in a lot of my fictional reads(especially some of my favorites) is that they are either fun reads, or just have a really good plot. However, one thing I've seen a lot of books lack in is a masterful storyteller. And, boy oh boy, is Ashely Poston a masterful storyteller. The mastery is something of mix between Marie Lu(they both share a skill in YA writing), Victoria Averyard(the style of the book was greatly inspired by the Red Queen series), and Marissa Meyer(Di received a lot of inspiration from Cinder.) It takes everything good from these great writers, while greatly improving from their shortcomings. I have never read a book that has told a story better that Hearth of Iron. High School/YA readers will love this book, along with any fans of the authors I stated above. The changes of perspective was done masterfully, improving on the Red Queen formula. The characters were created nearly perfectly. It being her very first book in this genre just goes to show what a talented writer she is. Overall, I give book a 10/10, and the first-ever "Drop everything and read this book!" review.

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