St. Blair Children of the Night Review

Sybille Malone lives in an overpopulated Manhattan, Region One, of Global Good 2202. Their society is the fulfillment of utopian ideals developed by the surviving masses of 2100. Seventeen-year-old Sybille is a resident of Dayshift and longs for a Nightshift boy known only as Mark. 
Distraught by Global Good’s restrictive culture, Sybille is desperate until she finds a relic of a past civilization. The discovery of Blair’s diary sets off a chain of supernatural events that not only affects Sybille’s close relationships, but has Global Good scrambling to find the culprit.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
My Review
When I was little people used to talk about the future and say we would have flying cars and everything would be automated Jetson style. It hasn’t happened yet, and if it does I’m sure it’s not going to be roses and candy. This story is set in the future, and it’s not always pretty. This book was intriguing because we really don’t know what will happen in the future. St Blair: Children of the Night gives a bit of a bleak and different view of what the future might hold. There are many twists and turns and surprises throughout the story. I was taken by surprise by the ending. There is a lot of thought provoking ideas in this book. It’s beautifully written and you will find yourself really feeling for the characters. If you like paranormal and intrigue this is the book for you!

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