The residents of Impervious survived the War of Annihilation And though the city is chock full of pleasures to tantalize and entertain, a Beast lurks in its corners This Beast has destroyed most of Generations One, Two and Three Therefore as Gen Four prepares to take the stage, a provocative, yet questionable, method to avoid an untimely death becomes a cultural rage FThe residents of Impervious survived the War of Annihilation And though the city is chock full of pleasures to tantalize and entertain, a Beast lurks in its corners This Beast has destroyed most of Generations One, Two and Three Therefore as Gen Four prepares to take the stage, a provocative, yet questionable, method to avoid an untimely death becomes a cultural rage Fran is counter cultural, living off the grid in true Rebel fashion Her life is far from opulent as she scurries through dark tunnels, searching for hot meals and ditching the holographic security team Yet, it s a healthy trade off Unaccountability means The Council can t wrap their cold fingers around her sliver of hope in the the Epoch an end to the madness With the Beast on her tail, Fran grasps painfully onto this splintered sliver until, through a miraculous discovery, a new hope is born If she can she outrun the Beast.
Impervious The residents of Impervious survived the War of Annihilation And though the city is chock full of pleasures to tantalize and entertain a Beast lurks in its corners This Beast has destroyed most of Ge

  • Title: Impervious
  • Author: Heather Letto
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  • Page: 482
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    1. Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Actual Rating- 4.5Plot | StoryI really liked the unique dystopian concept and the pace of the story. It has a great number of twists and turns and keeps one guessing all the time. The way the story flows is really good! The plot is extremely well built and keeps you involved all the time. At times it was really hard for me to put it down even for a few hours. I had a hell of a time reading this superb book.CharactersI was real [...]

    2. It's no secret that I love a good dystopian. The Hunger Games ranks pretty high on my list of favorite fandoms, and I'm a bit of a fangirl for JLaw. Whenever I signed on to read and review Impervious, I wasn't sure what to expect. I knew I'd probably like it based solely on it being dystopian. I never realized how much I would love this book, though. The world building, y'all. I honestly felt like I was right there in Impervious with Fran. Heather Letto is prolific at building a world up around [...]

    3. I was barely able to put this book down. For those of you that enjoyed the Divergent series by Veronica Roth and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins just as much as I did, will LOVE reading IMPERVIOUS by Heather Letto. IMPERVIOUS has it's own spin and I can't wait to read the second book! Loved it!

    4. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.This story had a lot going for it: an interesting take on the dystopian society, a very well unraveled story, and a protagonist that was likable. But unfortunately, the execution of the story left a lot to be desired.The story features a protagonist named Fran, who is an Unaccountable, a child that drifts throughout the vents of the underground city and is, well - unaccounted for. Some years ago, nuclear winter forced the residents of this sma [...]

    5. I fell in love with Fran in Heather Letto's debut novel. Fran's snark and wit, mixed with her need for love and search for truth, had me turning page after page hoping she would find both love and the answers she sought.The first in a trilogy, I found this allegory an uplifting read. I think it will appeal to those of any faith (or no faith), and look forward to seeing what awaits Fran next.**Disclaimer**I am an editor of this book.

    6. Great read, finished in one day! Fran is a true hero, can't wait to continue her journey in the next book.

    7. The idea of humanity having to form an underground civilization because of war and climate change hits so close to home these days. Heather Letto has an intriguing take on this type of society in her YA sci-fi IMPERVIOUS. Fran is a dynamic character to follow as she uncovers the secrets of Impervious.

    8. I was given an ARC book for an honest review free of persuasion from the author or anyone else affiliated with this book.Following the survivors of the War of Annihilation , the population moves to the underground city Impervious. Residents of Impervious have to be Accountable. They have to check in and receive food rations. Holographs scan people to make sure that citizens are Accountable. Fran/Wolf lives unchecked. She moves through air ducts to avoid detection. She does not want to live by Im [...]

    9. Is there hope for the truth? That’s an important question, and Heather Letto has created a very interesting world in which to ask it. Her futuristic, post-apocalyptic city is aptly named: emphasising the magnitude of the task facing teen rebel Fran in her attempts to make its citizens see how totally their “reality” is in “truth” the figment of a monster’s imagination.As in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four, the vast majority of Impervious’s citizens willingly collude with Big [...]

    10. This was a marriage of Aladdin and City of Ember.Impervious is a unique story with a twist of dystopia and a breath of fresh air. Well, not initially. We meet the protagonist in the grime of the hidden underground, wandering the ventilation system of the bunker-city, Impervious. Fran/Wolf has got a wicked attitude, and she’s not about to be pushed around, by anyone—especially the domineering leaders of her rigid society. I loved seeing her tough exterior bust open to reveal and evolving and [...]

    11. It was a treat to get to read this, especially after meeting Heather while she was in my out of the way neck of the woods :) She's an awesome lady and her writing reflects that! I'll admit that I don't read much Christian fiction, as it's not my cup 'o tea, but that's the really nice this about Impervious--it's not overbearing, nor is it necessary to view it through that lens. I really appreciated that. And the story itself is interesting. And underground world? Global nuclear annihilation? A ma [...]

    12. With 8 kids I have spent many years taking them to the cinema and they have introduced me to the likes of Twilight, Hunger Games and Divergent, all of which I have really enjoyed.Impervious is a dystopian adventure featuring a teenage hero in Fran who lives in an underground world and is a rebel fighting huge odds and searching for the truth. The author does a wonderful job of creating her dystopian future and in Fran has created a character that makes this book the equal of those I mentioned ea [...]

    13. I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.Fran is a young girl who lives in the city of Impervious, a city that was built several years ago, a city that was built underground. The world up above was destroyed by war and the only way to survive at the time was to live in this underground city. In this city of Impervious you have the West side and the East side. If you are lucky enough to live on the West side then you are higher up on the ladder than if you lived on [...]

    14. Imagine if the world as we know it was rendered unlivable due to a great war and the only way to survive was to lock yourself in a vast underground bunker that was as big as a city. That was what first generation people (those who escaped the war) were forced to do in order have a chance at life. When we meet our main character, Fran, four generations have past. The people of Impervious are still living underground and due to the Beast, a disease that kills at a young age, their days are numbere [...]

    15. ******I received this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks so much to Heather Letto and Book Fish Books!!!******This gripping dystopian novel by Heather Letto features Fran, an Unacountable in the city of Impervious. While the living in the city has its benefits, Fran chooses to live off-the-grid, moving out of sight and gathering what food she can find with her friend, Pete, all in the hope that can remain hopeful of seeing the Epoch before The Beast, a mysterious illness responsible f [...]

    16. Psychocat Reads Review of IMPERVIOUS by Heather Letto(I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.)The Characters: You spend this book in Fran's shoes, discovering what life is like in Impervious. It's clear she's an intelligent girl that isn't content to accept the life that's been dictated to her by the people running Impervious. It's interesting to watch her understanding of the situation around her grow thoughout the book.The Relationships: Even though much of the b [...]

    17. I love Dystopian YA novels because sometimes i’d like to enjoy myself with the post-apocalyptic world where Survival matters the most.When my eye caught this title i thought that it would gonna make my day but it took me some time to understand the story.The writing skills was very hard to understand with all the descriptive words maybe it will be easier for others.I didn’t know what’s happening in this world, after i read half of the book i do get it then.Author heather Letto wonderfully [...]

    18. I read this cover to cover in one sitting. I bought it ages and ages ago, and finally got to reading it! I didn't follow my usual evening routine and switch on the TV, as this book had me hooked. And, I didn't go to sleep until I'd finished it, LOLPERVIOUS is a dystopian fictional novel, which would also fit in YA Dystopian. BUT: this is a fantastic read for all dystopian fans, whether they are young or er that bit older! Impervious is an underground city, so named because it was "impervious" [...]

    19. Dystopian That Really Makes You Think.This is my first dystopian read outside of The Hunger Games. I think this one is WAY better!Impervious is a glorified bomb-shelter-made-city 40 years past it's prime. The inhabitants should have been released back top-side but corruption keeps them trapped in their sunless, artificial, self-centered lives below ground. Most of them are happy that way, but there are a few who buck the system. They are the Rebels. Since no one lives past 40 (with a few excepti [...]

    20. Excellent! Trust otmThis book's cover first attracted me, then when I read a couple of reviews I thought this will be a great read. I start reading it. It is such a foreign concept that I just feel boggled and think about stopping. I decided I'll give this book a chance-read until about 30% then quit unless it really turned around. Oh my gosh! Did it ever. It didn't nearly take a long time either. The more I read the more I got a feeling for what was going on and before I realized it I was there [...]

    21. *I was provided a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review. Impervious is the type of dystopian book that will pull you in and have you up all night reading. We are faced with an underground future in which the superiors (that would be the folks with all the money) are better because of genetic "mutations" and live healthy and pampered lives while the poor folk are satisfied just to survive. Except for Wolf. Wolf is the exception to the rule and she refuses to take things as they are. [...]

    22. I'm a dystopian junkie. I don't know why. Perhaps it's because the world we live in is dystopian. However, the genre as a whole can become predictable. Almost like reading a romance. In a romance, you know the guy and girl get together and have a happily ever after. With a dystopian, you know some girl trounces the system only to find the new systems isn't that great either. The fun with dystopians is when you get a book that takes you on an enjoyable ride. Like this one did.If you're a dystopia [...]

    23. Better than the Hunger Games and Divergent? I think yes.To be honest, I hate the main character's name Fran. Yes, it is a nickname, but I still don't like it.The book takes place in a futuristic dystopian society, but it's not your typical fight to the death or love triangle. It does indeed include the classic "I love my society until I find out how corrupt it is" plot.I do think this one is different though. Fran became a rebel and lives off the grid. She ends up captured and is forced back int [...]

    24. I'm not a very big dystopian fan. Honestly I had no clue this was going to be dystopian. As far as characters go they were well written.I wasn't able to get through this book. I couldn't understand half of what was being said with all the words. An over use of to descriptive words. typically it would be okay but every other line was a word that was hard to understand. if it wasn't for that I belive I would have enjoyed the book. But as I said I wasn't a big fan of "Divergent" or other dystopian [...]

    25. Starts out similar in feel to The Hunger Games. Very quickly grabs you and makes you want to know more. While I feel like the book was rushed, it was good. Book one could have been more detailed and really have been 2 books. The characters are complex and grow on you. I can't wait for the next book to release!

    26. This book is well worth looking into. Being a Christian myself, I can relate to allegorical situations here, and it's simple enough where it isn't heavy handed for the reader. I wouldn't want to compare it to other dystopian novels like Hunger Games and Divergent, but it certainly had a flavor all on its own. I hope to see what else Mrs. Letto has in store!

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