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Intermix Nation kindle À Kindle Edition read ↠ ❮Epub❯ ➝ Intermix Nation ➜ Author M.P. Attardo – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Intermix to mix together blendNorth America paragon of diversity is gone From its ashes a new nation has arisen – Renatus – where the government segregates the surviving populTion But on her journey to find the girl she once was Nazirah must learn the hard way that nothing no one is purely black or white Like her every human is intermix shades and hues of complex emotions And those who can take everything away are also the ones who can give everything bac Intermix Nation is a uniue book with a really interesting take on race relations and society I love dystopia reads and this is an exceptional book with a remarkable take on futuristic society Interracial mixing is banned in Renatus and those like Nazirah Nation who are intermix must fight to survive in a system of segregation and domination This book resonates a powerful message one that stays with you long after you close the book From the opening chapter I loved everything about it and I could not put this book down The story has a lot of twists and unexpected turns I love the authors writing style the storyline the loss the overall message This book is phenomenalNazirah Nation has suffered a terrible loss As a result she joins her brother and the rebellion party The memories of her loss eat away at her she wants revenge but she is terribly unhappy standing with the rebellion and terribly lonely She longs for the days of simplicity Instead she’s filled with grief and guilt day in and day out Nazirah's struggle to find a balance and adjust to this new life cause her to become detached from everyone and everything Just as she’s beginning to come to terms with her reality her world is completely altered by the one person she never imagined she’d come face to face with As she struggles with her anger and fears she soon realizes that everything is not always black and white and while some things can't be undone there are things that define a person than one actionI don’t want to give too much but I will say this is one of the best dystopia books I’ve read since The Hunger Games I love everything about it The story captivates you and you become engrossed with the characters the storyline You'll be on the edge of your seat guessing what will happen next I really hope the author decides to write I'd love of this story especially with what happens in the final chaptersI highly recommend this book to everyone but especially to dystopia and new adult fans Happy Reading This book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review All thoughts and comments are my own

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Intermix to mix together blendNorth America paragon of diversity is gone From its ashes a new nation has arisen – Renatus – where the government segregates the surviving population into races forbidding interracial marriage mating and loveEighteen year old Nazirah Nation is a par I didn't know what I was going to get with this book but it was certainly a pleasant surprise Great premise excellent characters and for once a dystopian standalone Expect possible spoilersIntermix Nation is set against the dystopian world of Renatus the fallen nation of North America In this world people of mixed races are second class citizens often abused and mistreated The book starts a few months after eighteen year old Nazirah Nation's parents got murdered for daring to stand up for intermix rights by Adamek Morganen brutal assassin and son of the powerful Chancellor of their country Now she is among the midst of the Rebel army fighting against the rights of the intermix led by her big brother Things take a turn for the worst when her brother made an Amnesty pact an agreement that pardons certain Renatus citizens in exchange for important information that will be beneficial to the rebellion with their parents murdererWe meet Nazirah at a low point in her life She is depressed and misunderstood seen as ungrateful by people around her because of her lack of interest to fight for the cause I can understand her struggle though her grief and guilt is causing her to punish herselfhating herself for not being there to defend her parents when they were murdered I couldn't believe that her brother can actually welcome his parents murderer in the foldI don't think I can ever do something like that no matter how beneficial it is for the rebellion Adamek was indeed chilling when Nazirah first met him I was so sure that he was going to be the main antagonist of the story I was sure that he's an evil spy sent to destroy the rebellion from insideThe relationship between Adamek and Nazirah is indeed turbulent but we soon realize that there's an underlying attraction between these two one that they violently ignore I love how subtle their romance develop because I don't think it can be done any other way Thinking of them as a couple was just so impossible at the beginningwho the hell would fall for their parents murderer?? As I read further though and got to know both characters I crossed that line of black and white and empathize with their struggles and demons The chemistry was so strong that by the time it was obvious that there's something going on between the two I was actually rooting for them to get togetherThis is than a dystopian romance though and the struggles of the intermix and their supporters is felt throughout the book In the midst of a revolution we meet different characters from the intermix and other races who both either support or want to destroy the rebel cause The book is also evenly paced in a way that important scenes are emotional and exciting My favorite character has got to me Adamek and I wish we were given the chance to get inside his head and see certain events from his eyes I love how his character evolved from someone who is chilling and sinister to the core of man seeking forgiveness for what he has done It seem impossible at first but he totally won me over when I got to know his true characterThis is a beautiful and passionate book that deals with a lot of social issues The book is character driven and they are not always likable but they are believable in their emotions The romance is definitely unusual but I found the subtlety and the slow development of the romance beautiful A great standalone A copy was provided by the author in

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Intermix NationIah an intermix born of people from different races When her parents are murdered in the name of justice Nazirah grudgingly joins the growing rebellion fighting against the despotic governmentOverwhelmed with grief consumed by guilt Nazirah craves vengeance as a substitute for absolu Well I really wasn't prepared for that emotional rollercoaster As soon as I read the synopsis I knew Intermix Nation was a book I had to read As someone who is mixed heritage I know what it's like to be of two different ethnicities but feel that at times I belong to neither In Attardo's debut North America has been divided into a land known as Renatus The divides have been put in place to separate races forbidding them from mixing – but love can conuer boundaries and the children of two races are born They are known as intermix and are cast out by everyone but their own Nazirah is an intermix but not just anyone – she is the face of the rebellion a beacon of hope for the citizens of Renatus But Irri has her own past and if she’s going to win over the nation she’s going to have to face her biggest enemy yet Adamek Morgen murderer of her parentsI can't believe how well written this was especially for a debut novel I'm not suggesting that debut authors are bad but usually since it's their first book they're still trying to find their own individual style Attardo has her style set Admittedly I at first found it strange to read in the person she used but as I became engrossed in the story I grew used to it Aside from that the language the plot the build upit was the perfect concoction for a storyNazirah Nation has to be one of my favourite protagonists of all time I know I can go on a bit about how I love my brave heroines but I think she's one of the strongest I've ever come across Nazirah is put through a lot of trials yet she is as hard as nails the entire time She is a true face of a rebellion and because of that she made the diegesis the plot the idea believable Adamek Morgen is my latest addiction When we were first introduced to him I just thought he'd be the counterpart to Nazirah an enemy to reinforce the idea that she is the good guy However halfway through and I realised she created him to be so much than that Although the book centers around the issue of racism it also talks about forgiveness How can you forgive someone who has wronged you so terribly? He is a counterpart that's for sure but he's not necessarily just the enemy Although we don't find as much out about his past as I would have liked his character holds a depth so vast that you can't help but feel that he's real This may seem strange but one thing I really loved about Intermix Nation was how Attardo managed to get this entire story into just one book A lot of dystopians nowadays are split into a trilogy a lot of which tend to fall short towards the end Although I do like it when books are a series I was glad she just got to the point with the story and didn't unnecessarily drag it out making it intense dynamic and dramaticI must admit I really am impressed with Attardo Debut novels rarely come as good as this especially New Adult books This genre has me skeptical but this book just had the right amount of snarky language witty characters and smoky sex scenes to be perfect I recommend this book 100% it's one of the best indies I've read yet