ARC Review: Generation by Heather Hildenbrand

“After months of pretending to be Raven Rogen, Ven feels less like a clone and more like a human than ever. But when Raven’s father, Titus—the same man who engineered Ven—discovers her plan to escape, everything she’s worked so hard for is taken away in one explosive moment.
Now she’s imprisoned in Twig City, the secret warehouse where she grew up. She spends her days plotting ways to get back to the outside world, determined to topple Titus’s empire and free every last Imitation. But Titus’s reach is extensive and his plans are more deadly than she realized.
In the shocking conclusion to the Imitation series, one wrong move could mean the end for Ven and everyone she’s come to love.”

My thoughts:

ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. 

This series is so different than Heather’s Dirty Blood (*sigh* Wes). But its a good different. 

In here just like in her previous books the writing is amazing and the story line is flawless. 

Where the previous book has left the readers wondering what will happen, this part gives you all the answers you may have. 

It’s really hard to review this book without giving any spoilers. After Venn has been rescued from the Twig City, she makes her priority to bring Titus down, even if it will cause her personality to change to a darker one. 

Heather has created amazing story line, well developed  characters and world that sucks you in. 

It’s an amazing dystopian story, one that I will return to read many times. 

5 stars from me 😊


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