Killer of Enemies review by Lizardeek98
Killer of Enemies
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Bound Brook, NJ, United States
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This story was about a girl named Lozen who lived in a dystopian future where everything electronic had been shut off by The Cloud. Our main character is Lozen; she's a Native American girl with unique abilities. She lives in Haven, a jail turned into a refuge for Earth's survivors. Because Lozen is such a skilled hunter, she is frequently sent out to scout the terrain and eliminate gemods, extremely deadly, genetically modified creatures that stalk the earth. The only thing keeping her from running away from Haven is the fact that the Ones, the leaders of Haven, are holding Lozen's family hostage.


I enjoyed the dystopian future theme of this book. The one major flaw that I found with the book was how it was written. It was descriptive and included some interesting details about Lozen's life, but those details were placed at random places throughout the story. Because the details were placed at random, it made it feel like the story was jumping around from one thing to another. Other than this flaw, there isn't really anything else I can complain about. Overall, this was a very interesting book. It combined a couple of my favorite things, such as Bigfoot and dystopian futures. If the one flaw I pointed out earlier was corrected, I would recommend it to all dystopian future fans.


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There was honestly nothing offensive in this book, unless you consider a little blood and gore offensive.

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