Shatter City (Impostors, Book 2)

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This story is fast-paced, action-packed, and high stakes, filled with twists and turns that keep you turning the pages of the book. This story is about family obligations, power of technology, and identity. Frey was created to be Rafia’s twin and is not supposed to have her own identity. Very few people know she even exists. In this story, she assumes her sister’s identity and takes on her roles, including being engaged to Col, when Rafia disappears. The marriage to Col is supposed to make things better between Shreve and the city Rafia’s father has recently destroyed. Freya must find Rafia, who is in the city of Paz–which their father plans on destroying next. The story is well-written, well developed, and told in first person.The book introduces new technology, background knowledge, and new characters. The characters are well developed, especially Frey, Rafia, and Col, and you get pulled into their relationships. Frey’s struggle with identity, family, and her own emotions draws you in, and you find yourself rooting as much for her as for their success in the war efforts. This is a great book for readers twelve and older and a page turner you won’t be able to put down.

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Author Scott Westerfeld
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 416 pages
Publisher Scholastic Press
Publish Date 2019-09-17
ISBN 9781338150414
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Issue November 2019
Category Young Adult


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