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Epub » Rehabilitation í Unbelief #1 Download ´ C.b. stone ó [PDF / Epub] ☂ Rehabilitation (Unbelief #1) By C.B. Stone – Horticulturetrader.co.uk My name is Sinna Reardon I suppose deep down I'd like to believe God exists But he doesn’t not since the war Most days I’m okay with thatIng the rules and obeying them to a fault In a Godless world where science and logic reign supreme and people are punished for Believing are friendship and love reasons enough to abandon unbelief? Enough to put her faith in something bigger than hersel This was a great introduction to a dystopian world where religion is outlawed and those found believing in any sort of spiritual creator are ‘fixed’ but it would have been nice if it went on for a bit longer Granted it ends on a pretty neat cliff hanger but it wouldn’t have been too much of a stretch to make this trilogy one single story as based on page count listings the trilogy is less than 500 pages in length If this was one single novel I’d have probably given it five stars assuming the rest of the story is as good but because it has been broken up into such small chunks I have to mark it down

Mobi ¶ Unbelief #1 ↠ C.B. Stone

My name is Sinna Reardon I suppose deep down I'd like to believe God exists But he doesn’t not since the war Most days I’m okay with that Jacob calls me a pessimist but I’m a realist How can I believe when a place like Rehabilitation and a regime I received this book in exchange for an honest reviewRehabilitation is a fast paced first novel in a dystopian trilogy I was hooked within the fist few pages After a nuclear war the 'New World' is ruled by The Elite who enforce rules that they hope will eradicate war and non compliance People are taught to have no belief in God or any higher power and that love is useless and only ends in pain The main characters Sinna and Jacob have been friends since childhood but they have a very different outlook on the world they live in Sinna may hate The Elite but she agrees that there could not possibly be a God She believes that they would not be suffering as much as they are if there was something else out there Jacob is uite the opposite and believes that God exits He spends his time looking for evidence of a ruined church or any books that show proof of religion After Jacob is taken to a camp called Rehabilitation by The Elite Sinna is determined to get him back With no family left he is the only peron she has in the world Sinna finds a book that she knows will get her taken away and uses it to get herself into the camp Once there Sinna uickly finds out what Rehabilitation is all aboutI love a short fast paced book that can still take me deep into the setting and minds of the characters I have a slight obsession with dystopian's and CB Stone did not disappoint me I related with Sinna's character because I think I would have the same opinions and feelings that she did throughout this book Her and Jacob's relationship ignited a lot of curiosity and I can't wait to see where it goes The ending was WOW I love how she threw in a really interesting and intriguing character near the end And then that twist Whew I can't wait until I can read the next one

C.B. Stone ↠ Rehabilitation (Unbelief #1) Mobi

Rehabilitation Unbelief #1 Like the Elite exist dictating our every move? If God were so great he’d do something But he hasn’t We’re forgotten And that scares me because it means I might have to do something myselfSinna has spent her life walking a fine line between break For the most part I really liked this book The premise is uite good about a ruling society wanting to stamp out any mentionthought of Belief As a plus the writing solid and so are the characters My only real complaint would be the length Some parts could be fleshed out and a whole lot could be done with the ending It ends rather abruptly The whole story arc is pretty linear and predictable which is fine but I thought there were several instances in the middle and toward the end where a few curves could've been thrown in to really beef up the story A uick good A good read Recommended