In a world where the System governs everything, Ava’s a rebel – one who can control other people’s thoughts with her mind. As part of a resistance movement preparing for war, this is a useful skill.
Levi stopped believing in the struggle for freedom when it snatched his parents from him. Now he’s just trying to live a quiet life and control the voices that threaten his sanity.
One night Levi’s sister is arrested. To free her, he has to break old promises and get involved with people he swore he’d never associate with. Ava’s ordered to help him and, together, they leave on a rescue mission. She says he has to trust the rebels. But should they?
REVIEW (SPOILER FREE)
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for a honest review*
Article Three has gotten me back into dystopia. It's been so long since I've read something from that genre and this book was great to come back to it. It's short and fast paced. I had a little trouble getting into it but once I passed the firsts few chapters it went on very fast. My only problem was with the dialogue, it was written in the way that you could see their accent but that made it hard to understand what they were saying, that was part of what slowed me down at the beginning. Overall, Article Three is a great book for all you dystopia fans out there! 4/5