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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  • 185 pages
  • Monarchy (The Monarchy Trilogy Book 1)
  • Laura Pritchard
  • 01 April 2017

10 thoughts on “Monarchy (The Monarchy Trilogy Book 1)

  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...

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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 throu...

  3. says:

    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 Pri...

  4. says:

    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...

  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.

  6. says:

    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 ...

  7. says:

    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 an...

  8. says:

    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, accura...

  9. says:

    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, o...

  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 charact...

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