Divided A hero divided at birth is the one destined to save us a new world will come Surviving in a corrupt world fifteen years after the earthquake that destroyed the country sixteen year old Arys lives in

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A hero divided at birth is the one destined to save us, a new world will come Surviving in a corrupt world fifteen years after the earthquake that destroyed the country, sixteen year old Arys lives in one of the tribes, always changing location due to the Hunters Nobody knows where they came from or why they hunt the survivors, keeping everyone in the tribes in constant A hero divided at birth is the one destined to save us, a new world will come Surviving in a corrupt world fifteen years after the earthquake that destroyed the country, sixteen year old Arys lives in one of the tribes, always changing location due to the Hunters Nobody knows where they came from or why they hunt the survivors, keeping everyone in the tribes in constant fear.When Arys discovers that her twin sister also survived the destruction and is living amongst other survivors in a safe haven known as the Compound, Arys leaves her tribe to find her Heading towards the Compound, Arys journeys with her best friend, Kai, not knowing how much her life will be thrown into a plot she knows nothing about.
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  • Sarah says:

    Free on today!UK: amazon/Divided-EloisUS: amazon/Divided-Eloise-

  • BlaiddDrwg says:

    Eloise Dyson has kindly sent me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.So here we go!I fell in love with the world at the very beginning, beautifully created, realistic and horrifying. Amazing characters, I absolutely loved reading from their different perspectives. And my top one: the idea of "Old World love" and "New World love". Genius. Pure genius. And by the end of the book I was completely and utterly in love with Victor Thorne (I guess I'm just hopeless).Actually, it's hard t [...]

  • Katie Holmes says:

    After finding the book in a forum and falling in love with the concept and the first few chapters, I just had to recommend this to my book club. We went through it all in sync, slowly reading faster over three days! We had our fortnightly meeting tonight and almost everyone was amazed that this is a debut novel!The only downside for me personally? It was nowhere near long enough!! It was 420 pages long. But I was so caught up in the world that I didn't consider what it would be like if it ended! [...]

  • Amy Rush Da Silva says:

    After finding out about this book on The Hopeful Forum, I knew I had to read it straight away!If there was one way to sum this book up it would be TRUELY AMAZING! As soon as I started reading I was hooked! The story line was amazing and I loved all the characters (even Phillip as I could tell he just longed for his fathers approval and love). Also, can I have Kai please? I think I'm in love with him. The writing style was excellent and I loved reading different characters perspectives. This book [...]

  • Finn says:

    WOW.If I had to sum up everything I feel about this book into one word, that's the word I'm going for. I got the Kindle edition last night and could NOT put it down lol! I had to force myself to stop at the start of Part 4 and picked it up again as soon as I woke up. The various perspectives show all the unique sides to everything. From The Compound to the Tribes, to the people at NorthBridge. Everyone's stories are amazing.I cant understand what happened to Kai before Divided started because of [...]

  • Ashleigh Pace says:

    Had to sign up to just to review this because nobody else has yet and I have just finished it after finding it in the Hopeful forums. It is definitely in league with other popular dystopian books out there. All of the characters are beautiful. And Lee!!!!!!!! <3 Can I just marry him please!!? For her debut novel, Eloise has managed to write something amazing and a page turner for fans of the dystopian genre. The only thing I didn't like in the book was that we didn't get to see as much of th [...]

  • Kt says:

    I was entranced by this book and read it in only one sitting. The characters are realistic, and the world built is very detailed. This is a YA dystopian future novel, a genre I really enjoy. The story takes place 15 years after the earth is devastated by an earthquake. Society has not recovered and the lives of the characters are very different from our own, but their experiences spring very true. Everything I read came across so genuinely it felt to be true. I think that is a notable quality in [...]

  • Karen says:

    I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.I found it difficult to finish this book.The characters seemed stiff & I could not relate to them.The first person pov switched between the main characters & their story never really resonated with me.The dialogue seemed distant & cold.I felt no concern for the characters & their fates.

  • Callum says:

    Exceedingly good book. And I should hope so too, it is dedicated to me after all. ;)

  • Raquel V says:

    * I received this book in exchange for my honest review *Divided is a fine book. It had ups and downs, but that's the gist of it. If you want a more detailed review, here are the things I saw as ups and downs:Let me say this: Eloise Dyson writes well, the flow of the story is pleasant, it has action and heart. But there are some flaws that stopped me from enjoying it completely. The premiss is interesting, even if it is confusing. I really like dystopian worlds, and this one has tribes that were [...]

  • Becky says:

    I recieved this book for free through the first reads program. I was initially interested in it for the concept of a world so divided into very different groups, as well as the idea of twin speak. Overall I enjoyed this book. It kept me interested throughout, so that it was hard to put it down. The story is set in a post-apoplectic world and is about a young girl who lives with her tribe. She is as happy as can be expected in a world where she and her people are constantly hunted. However, some [...]

  • Sarah-Jayne Briggs says:

    (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).Okay, so when I read the blurb of this book, I was immediately intrigued by it. The biggest problem is the multiple first person POVs. I ended up marking it down because I felt a bit like a yo-yo, trying to figure out whose head I was in at which time.The differences in values and morals in the new world were quite interesting to read about, particularly where love meant something different in compa [...]

  • Andrea says:

    Actual rating: 3.5First of, I want to thank the author for providing me an e-book copy in an exchange for an honest review. This book take place 15 years before an earthquake destroys the earth. People lives in tribes, protecting each other from The Hunters. In the beginning the author let you believe that The Hunter kills people just for the fun of it, but after I read more than half the book, I discovered that sadly it wasn't The Hunter's choice to kill, but something else making them murder p [...]

  • Levian says:

    Arya had lived with the tribe for all her life. they often changed location due to the horrifying Hunters, who killed every survivor that they came across. the tribe lived in constant fear, avoiding the Hunters on all cost. from her childhood memories, Arya remembered having a twin sister Kayra, whom she assumed had died with her parents. When she found out that Kayra was alive and living in a safe haven, known as the Compound, Arya was determined to seek her out. the twins secretly held telepat [...]

  • Bonny Bon Bon says:

    Firstly id like to thank Eloise Dyson for giving me this book in exchange for a honest review Eloise has written a great YA dystopian novel set 65 year in the future after a major earthquake has left people living in forests. Not only are they trying to survive the elements but also trying to survive by not being killed by what they call the hunters. The hunters are a large group of people who over the past 15 years after the destructive earthquake that killed the majority of the population - ar [...]

  • Fem Lippens says:

    I found out about Eloise and her book via The Hopeful group on . I was immediately interested in it and decided to read it. I absolutely LOVED this first part in the series. The characters were so lovely and perfectly described. You immediately felt connected to them and get invested in their life. This book made me make loads of theories about what was happening and what will happen further on, to be then proved wrong a few chapters further in the book. Eloise created this feeling of uncertaint [...]

  • Xander Dyson says:

    Definitely as good as the Divergent Trilogy, which is my favourite Trilogy. It was getting more and more confusing as the time went on, but thankfully it was all explained in the end.The characters were written perfectly. It was a book which I cried at alot (I've only cried at Allegiant and Divided, so good job!), and it was hard to read on at Papa's funeral. I honestly can't wait for United and the 3rd book which I think is going to be called Rejected?

  • Freya Tewnion says:

    This book was amazing,it has the best plot twist I have ever read at the end and I know that whoever reads this book is going to love it!

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