Monarchy (The Monarchy Trilogy Book 1)



In The Times After The Reformation, The Leaders Of The New World Have Created The Perfect Society There Is No Exaggerated Wealth Or Famishing Poverty There Is No Starvation Or Crime Or Disease The Citizens Of The Sectors Are Secure And Well Nourished, Forever Protected By The Life The Monarchy Have So Gracefully Afforded No One Mentions The Things That Are Lacking Constance Thinks About It Often At The Age Of Sixteen, Constance Is Snatched From Her Family In A Twisted Ceremony Called Removal Forced To Reside In The Citadel, The Fortress Of The Monarchy, She Faces A Brutal Induction To Evolve Into A Soldier Of The Brigade Sworn Peace Keepers Of The Sectors While She Grapples With The Feeling Of Revolution That Rage In Her Mind, Constance Is Trained By Calloway, The Guard With An Elusive Past Who Shadows Her Every Move Remaining Peaceful, However, Is The Last Thing On The Minds Of The Inhabitants Of Sector Six Uprisings And Rebellions Are Common Place With Her Own Kinsfolk Being Injured And Killed As A Consequence When The Time Comes, Constance Must Decide Which Side She Will Choose In A Battle That Will Determine Her Future It Is A Choice That She Should Never Have To Face Weighing Her Own Life Against The Lives Of Those That She Loves For Information About The Author, Please VisitMonarchy (The Monarchy Trilogy Book 1)

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  • Monarchy (The Monarchy Trilogy Book 1)
  • Laura Pritchard
  • 18 May 2019

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  1. says:

    Monarchy is the first book of the Monarchy trilogy focusing on a dystopian society broken down into sectors in a similar way to The Hunger Games Constance isn t happy with the Monarchy, the rulers of her society, but she s content living her life in sector six with her brother and father That is until one day she is chosen to become a member of the Brigade Following strength she didn t know she had, she bands together the other kids chosen from other sectors and becomes the one they depend on Monarchy is the first book of the Monarchy trilogy focusing on a dystopian society broken down into sectors in a similar way to The Hunger Games Constance isn t happy with the Monarchy, the rulers of her society, but she s content living her life in sector six with her brother and father That is until one day she is chosen to become a member of the Brigade Following strength she didn t know she had, she bands together the other kids chosen from other sectors and becomes the one they depend on.This book not only focuses on the breakdown of a perfect society, but it pushes the characters into facing situations that make them question everything they think they know How far will they go in order to survive Will they be broken or will they preserve Recommended for all fans of Divergent and The Hunger Games

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    I received a copy of this book from the author, in exchange of an honest review.This book was so similar to Divergent, unexpectedly so The concept was same, the execution is where it differs Anyways it was a quick, easy read.Constance and Prior are siblings, living in sector six, of the six sectors under the rule of The Monarchy No one knows who the monarchy is comprised of, or what it actually is Only that they are the reason people have food on their plates and are taken care of Constance I received a copy of this book from the author, in exchange of an honest review.This book was so similar to Divergent, unexpectedly so The concept was same, the execution is where it differs Anyways it was a quick, easy read.Constance and Prior are siblings, living in sector six, of the six sectors under the rule of The Monarchy No one knows who the monarchy is comprised of, or what it actually is Only that they are the reason people have food on their plates and are taken care of Constance, being the elder daughter, is forced to join the brigade through a Removal Ceremony She undergoes training with others, where the trainees are forced to bow to the monarchy and comply with their every will There are rebels in the sectors, and Constance has to fight people of her own sector, or else risk the hatred of the Monarchy.My thoughts The writing was good and easy to read But it felt kind of detached at times I found myself thinking of things while reading, which was a first for me I need books to distract me, not be the source of my distraction The plot was poorly thought out unoriginal There were many instances where events were just skipped past and are explained later It was confusing, not to mention annoying The character development was scarce Constance was bold and determined at first, and then she turns all cowardly It didn t make sense The romance felt forced It clearly was established to make the story interesting I don t think it worked I loved the relationship between Theo and Constance Their kinship was really good Daisy and Lex might be my favorite characters The cliffhanger at the end was expected, yet surprising All things considered, I would like to read the next book to know what happens further Because no one deserves such an ending _

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    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Many thanks to the author of this book, Laura Pritchard, for this generous opportunity 5 5First off, this book to me was very much Divergent X The Hunger Games probably leaningtowards Divergent I can say I enjoyed it though I loved the raw and real emotions portrayed in the book I felt like it made the characters relatable and I felt a real connection with them.I loved the romance, felt myself a little giddy at I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Many thanks to the author of this book, Laura Pritchard, for this generous opportunity 5 5First off, this book to me was very much Divergent X The Hunger Games probably leaningtowards Divergent I can say I enjoyed it though I loved the raw and real emotions portrayed in the book I felt like it made the characters relatable and I felt a real connection with them.I loved the romance, felt myself a little giddy at times It was nice and sweet The friendships, relationships and the torn apart family All very real and I really felt for Constance throughout the whole thing.I did find that the story started off slow But when I hit a certain point, I legit could not stop reading it There were a quite a few grammatical errors but I ll let them slide because of how much I actually loved this book I m literally so upset that I can t just grab the sequel and stay up all night to read it So yeah, overall it was an amazing read, would 100% recommend and I absolutely can t wait for the next book in the series

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    Monarchy by Laura Pritchard, 233 pages, April 26th 2017, Genre Dystopian Warning May Contain Spoilers Review by Leigh Holland Monarchy is a futuristic dystopian novel reminiscent of The Hunger Games What will a person do to survive Will they betray their morals How far will they go How will the bitter trials one must endure for survival in a threatening world change those who go through them In humanity s past, we became divided into the extremely wealthy and the horrifyingly Monarchy by Laura Pritchard, 233 pages, April 26th 2017, Genre Dystopian Warning May Contain Spoilers Review by Leigh Holland Monarchy is a futuristic dystopian novel reminiscent of The Hunger Games What will a person do to survive Will they betray their morals How far will they go How will the bitter trials one must endure for survival in a threatening world change those who go through them In humanity s past, we became divided into the extremely wealthy and the horrifyingly impoverished With wealth unequally distributed, the poor turned to crime to survive Disease, famine, and misery ruled mankind, with the exception of a wealthy few A revolution changed the social order, as it always seems to in such circumstances A new, perfected social order was established under the elusive Monarchy a world where nobody goes hungry or lacks for basic needs such as clothing, shelter, medicine, or food The cost of this perfection is the loss of privacy and a controlled society in which young adults are taken, trained, and assigned roles in the society Most of those taken from the various sectors are thrilled to be part of the society and to serve However, some are not such as Constance, the heroine, and a few of the other recent recruits she s training alongside Constance manages to create loyalty among her group for each other rather than the Monarchy This is forbidden The only loyalty can be to the Monarchy The trainers torture them through a series of brutal tests, culminating with one that breaks their loyalty to one another Finally, they are ready for their assignments Constance is assigned as a tower guard, a prestigious position for a new recruit However, Constance learns about the horrible events happening around the various sectors and her doubts about the efficacy and goodwill of the Monarchy continue to grow She wonders if she will ever see home and her father again Written in the first person, the reader identifies easily with Constance and her love of home and family, her uncertainty about the future The plot was straightforward, the book well written, and the main character well developed This book leaves off on a cliffhanger and is part of an upcoming trilogy of works I enjoyed reading Monarchy I d recommend this book to readers who like dystopian novels similar to The Hunger Games

  5. says:

    This book was really good started off slow but then picked up the pace pretty quickly I really want to read the next one that cliff hanger was a bit much I give this book 5 stars for how it just because a book I could not stop reading once I really started.

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    I received a copy from the author, in exchange for an honest review.Actual Rating 4.15Thank you Laura Pritchard for the opportunity to read your book This was a great read The story is thrilling, action packed, and similar to Hunger Games The main character, Constance was very relatable I thought she was strong, and interesting to learn about I thought her friendship with Theo wasof a sibling relationship than best friends Also, there was some romance between Calloway and herself T I received a copy from the author, in exchange for an honest review.Actual Rating 4.15Thank you Laura Pritchard for the opportunity to read your book This was a great read The story is thrilling, action packed, and similar to Hunger Games The main character, Constance was very relatable I thought she was strong, and interesting to learn about I thought her friendship with Theo wasof a sibling relationship than best friends Also, there was some romance between Calloway and herself The other characters were great and also relatable The ending was a cliffhanger I want to know what happens next I can t wait to read Book 2 Overall, an enjoyable read

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    Stay Strong The story is one of the most amazing I ve ever read At the start, it wasn t like that, the first few chapters and then, Boom The explosion of the amazing story line was so surprising, that i m still reeling.Mix Divergent and The Hunger Games, and what do you get This book Laura Pritchard has given us a heroine who isn t like our normal run of the mill main characters She is sullen, pessimistic and lets face it totally ourselves You look in the mirror, and that s who you Stay Strong The story is one of the most amazing I ve ever read At the start, it wasn t like that, the first few chapters and then, Boom The explosion of the amazing story line was so surprising, that i m still reeling.Mix Divergent and The Hunger Games, and what do you get This book Laura Pritchard has given us a heroine who isn t like our normal run of the mill main characters She is sullen, pessimistic and lets face it totally ourselves You look in the mirror, and that s who you ll see Most heroes and heroines are people who stand atop the mountain in front of you they are untouchable, unreachable Constance, from this story, is some one who grabs your hand and pulls you up, with pitfalls and boulders in the way She was one of the few heroines that i could relate with, and one of the few who seemed real from the start She cared for Prior, her brother, and loved her father despite the way he treated them Her reaction to Annabeth, who seemed weak at the start, was the same as any of our reactions would have been She walked away After all, what do you normally do when you see some one in any sort of trouble You don t help every time, Do you Constance made mistakes, learned from them She tried to stay strong, be the leader that her friends needed But in the end, she failed them Monarchy broke her And it was so real, and saddening Monarchy broke all of them But Daisy, the one recruit who hadn t shown much depth before the second part of their training When Daisy, Constance and Theo were training as armed guards under Calloway , suddenly bloomed There relationship was rocky and that of a bully and a Victim at first, but Daisy s seemingly callous words were the ones that shocked Constance back to reality Stay Strong, Constance , as her Father had said And now, they re friends, especially once Constance learnt what happened to Daisy and her Sector Then, there s Theo He starts off a friend and ends up a brother with a VERY awkward interaction in the middle He seemed like a person who d end up one of the best, of the recruits, but then he shot the gun, it hit Susanna and he became human, all of a sudden He was also thrown into the spotlight when his sector, Sector Three, started a riot and riots were always put down, like what happened in sector One, where only orphans Children were left.There s also Annabeth Poor, Sweet, Weak seeming Annabeth, who ends up surviving with the best of them.Ah, let s not forget Calloway Constance said before she knew who he was, even The Bed, the clothes, the food, My Guard Sensing anything Me too Before, when he was just her guard, Cal was a silent presence A so very soothing presence that grounded Constance and helped her through the induction she fell for him, plain and simple And then, when she was promoted to an Armed Guard position, he was her trainer My savior and now my tormentor and she nearly hated him Turns out, it was all he could do not be nice to her And so Well, I was a bit disappointed at when they got together Their growth before and after they got together was amazing, both as people and as a couple, but their getting together scene was very, very sudden Now that I think about it, though, it actually fits, with what they were going through.Now, the best part about the story, that I absolutely loved, was the end You see, the four Constance, Cal, Daisy and Theo were stationed at Sector six Constance s home She jumped at every sound, and basically prayed that nothing would happen, because then she d have to shoot people from her own district, and right then, their guns had live ammunition And then, of course, she jinxed herself Others started getting beat up she was only focused at Cal, though He was her boyfriend, after all and she was captured.You know, one would think that being from some where would grant you immunity And strangely, turns out, it did Then she s put in front of one person that she had known her entire life Her Father Hello, Constance I have a little mission for you And then the book ends I mean, that is seriously one of the best cliffhangers EVER It left me face faulting Really Now I m biting my lips and wondering when the next will come out This book is, to sum this all up, a dystopian universe filed with adventure, friendship, loss, cruelty and yet, loyalty And that in itself makes it worth the read If you like The Hunger Games and Divergent, I m positive you would like this book You are from the sectors always You will never be one of them And when this is over, I will come for you

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    Monarchy is set in a dystopian world where a Monarchy rules a society divided into sectors after the world as we know it has fallen to ruins because of poverty, rage and destruction It is very well written, accurately descriptive and the emotions are well expressed.The characters had gradual development The epiphanies of the protagnist were quite insightful The romance between Cal and Constance had a realistic progression to it The novel felt like a cross between Divergent and Hunger Games Monarchy is set in a dystopian world where a Monarchy rules a society divided into sectors after the world as we know it has fallen to ruins because of poverty, rage and destruction It is very well written, accurately descriptive and the emotions are well expressed.The characters had gradual development The epiphanies of the protagnist were quite insightful The romance between Cal and Constance had a realistic progression to it The novel felt like a cross between Divergent and Hunger Games Kind of like if Abnegation was divided into six sectors.Most of all, it made me feel all the desolation and anger that the protagonist felt You know how every books has an aura This one put me in a gray shroud And the torture that they had to endure just had me like Well, fuck me gently with a chainsaw The story was a little too predictable for me Well written as it was, it didn t put me on edge Still, I loved the way it ended That s a definite Rick Riordan like cliffhanger Well played, Ms Pritchard, well played.Recommended for everyone who is into dystopian novels

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    Monarchy is a dystopian fiction, and first book in the monarchy trilogy This book focuses on different societies When the protagonist is recruited into a new society she in a way becomes the leader This book is a lot like The Hunger Games and Divergent two of my all time favorite series The writing was very good the pacing was pretty good And the plot was also great.The plot twists could have been spaced a little bit further apart, otherwise a great read.Overall, It was a good book and i Monarchy is a dystopian fiction, and first book in the monarchy trilogy This book focuses on different societies When the protagonist is recruited into a new society she in a way becomes the leader This book is a lot like The Hunger Games and Divergent two of my all time favorite series The writing was very good the pacing was pretty good And the plot was also great.The plot twists could have been spaced a little bit further apart, otherwise a great read.Overall, It was a good book and i would recommend it to people who like dystopian fiction novels I received a copy of this from the author for an honest review

  10. says:

    This is a very well written novel set in a Dystopian future where a society is split into discreet sectors and ruled by the Monarchy, a kind of Post Marxist ruling class that is reminiscent of Pol Pot s regime after the Vietnam War The characters are very well defined and the writer does an excellent job of juxtaposing the implications of indoctrination with elements of rebellion, romance, and competition I look forward to the sequel.

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