Review: Daughter 4254

Daughter 4254 by Leigh Stathom is a captivating YA Dystopian that keeps readers on the edge of their seats and begging for more. A unique blend between Lois Lowry’s 'The Giver' and George Orwell’s '1984,' Stathom paints a society purged of what Leaders deem the foundations for war: color, art, music, extreme emotions, and even names. Every behavior and action is watched and recorded by auto-eyes, and if a person shows signs of anarchy, they face the dreaded Mind Wipe. Readers follow Daughter 4254 as she unveils the mystery behind a letter from her dead mother and pushes past the challenges of living in a world where those without purpose or usefulness are eradicated. This book is highly recommended for those who enjoy reading about the darker side of humanity.


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