A most interesting story so far. Just imagine a young girl, Sinna, being friends with a believer, Jacob. Then, try and determine what you would do if your friend is sent to Rehab. Quite the question and one which will be answered in this first book of the trilogy. The ending contains a most unexpected surprise for the reader which I always appreciate in a story. Highly recommended.
Rehabilitation (Unbelief Book 1)
"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 OK with that. Jacob calls me a pessimist, but I’m a realist. How can I Believe when a place like Rehabilitation and a regime 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 myself…"
Sinna has spent her life walking a fine line between breaking 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 herself?