Kaspar is a Guardian pat of an elite
peacekeeping force that protects the city and maintains the peace. The guardians are
humane and do not fight to kill, using blasters to knock their enemies unconscious and
locking them up. There is a bloodthirsty, viscous band of rebels who want to destroy the
peace and take over the city. At his graduation ceremony where he became an official
Guardian. An attack is launched by the rebels and he meets a beautiful one Rhea.
As Kaspar examines the attacks he begins to see a pattern forming and
thinks he can predict attacks. He digs deeper into the citys history, helped by Sam
a cute librarian at the Guardian headquarters. As he finds out information, he
begins to question what hes been told his whole life. Rhea comes to him in dreams
and he meets her again, learning more truths about his world. Then the unthinkable happens
and his world is shaken to its core..............
A really enjoyable story, this book has a tight plot, plenty of action,
and likeable characters. You can feel Kaspars emotions pride, grief,
puzzlement, horror, and then understanding. It was interesting to find out why the rebels
preferred suicide over capture and a little scary to see how the truth can be remade. I
was sad about Rhea but think Kaspar made the right choice.
Theres a really good lesson here to not just blindly accept what
youve been told but to question things. Im really looking forward to the next
in the trilogy.