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The Liberty Box by C.A. Gray

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Kate Brandeis has it all: a famous reporter at the age of twenty-four, she’s the face of the Republic of the Americas. She has a loving fiancee and all the success she could wish for. But when she learns of the death of a long-forgotten friend, her investigations unravel her perfect memories, forcing her to face the fact that she’s been living a lie. Jackson MacNamera, trained from a young age in the art of mind control, returns to the Republic for his mother’s funeral. Within a few hours of his arrival, authorities collect Jackson and take him by force to a room ironically called The Liberty Box, where he must choose between surrendering his thoughts to the new Republic, or fleeing for his freedom. Kate, bereaved and confused, finds her way to a cave community of refugees, where Jackson seems to offer her an escape from her grief. The two forge an uneasy bond, and in the process Jackson learns that Kate has some insight which may help the hunters in their attempt to free other citizens from the tyranny of the Potentate. Against the expressed wishes of the Council, the hunters plot a series of daring raids, attempting to prove that not only is freedom possible, but that the citizens are not too far gone to desire it. But with the odds so stacked against them, can the refugees succeed in their rescue missions right under the Potentate’s nose?

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The Liberty Box is original and creative, and it made me think. The thought of the government brainwashing citizens into believing everything is fine isn’t such a far-fetched idea, and I enjoyed the way it was implemented into this story. The Liberty Box is thrilling and exciting at times, and thought-provoking at others.
-Lindsey (Amazon)

Wow. What started off a little slow turned into a race to the end. I couldn’t read it fast enough. The Liberty Box by C.A. Gray sucked me in, and I couldn’t escape. What a great story. And pretty scary too as in it feels rooted in just enough reality that I felt tempted to pinch myself to make sure that I am really living the life I think I am living.
-Kris (Amazon)

Once again C. A. Gray weaves an exciting tale of perception using unique characters and abilities and realistic science theory. There is plenty of action with interesting twists along the way and a stunning cliffhanger ending.
This is not just good YA dystopian fiction, its good allegorical science fiction.
-JEStrawn (Amazon)

I was literally blown away by how fantastic this book was. I kept thinking I would find something that didn’t make sense, being that the plot and storyline was a bit complicated to grasp. You really had to be totally engrossed to appreciate this suspenseful, dystopian kind of story.
-Debbie D (Amazon)