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[ Read Online Fledge (Fiona Frost, #1) À harare PDF ] by Penny Greenhorn Ë Fiona Draws Attention Than She Would Like Being The Only Female That Does Hard Labor On Earth S Dusty, Bone Dry Colony, A Planet Called Providence But She S Just Been Plucked From Her Family S Farm And Dropped Into A Military Camp Where No Girl Has Ever Served As A Soldier Before Expected To Fulfill The Training Required Of All Seventeen Year Old Males Her Age, Fiona Is Forced To Rely On Her Format, A Group Of Twelve Teammates With One Imposing Leader, An Alien, Some Troublemakers, And A Handful Of Misfits For Mates, Can She Find Her Place A Teen Science Fiction And Romance, Fledge Is The First Novel In The Fiona Frost Trilogy
This was an interesting book In the near future Earth has discovered other planets one containing a friendly race, another containing an aggressive culture that kills everyone aboard a ship it passes, and the last planet Earth terraformed and colonized This planet is Providence, it is broken into 6 Utopias which you don t hear much about and a center farming district The farming lands are strangely backwards, despite all the adults parents being directly from Earth, women have little role other than marriage and kids But Fiona s Father didn t have any sons and he petitioned the government to let his daughter be a farm hand with a share of land So Fiona grew up a bit alienated They didn t imagine she would be conscripted into the Military, as all sons are for 1 year But she is taken to a camp and appointed to a squad of soldiers Since she is s
Excellent On par with Hunger Games and Divergent.
Typically, I dislike any Militant Sci Fi style book, because while I like stories with interesting strategy, when it becomes all about aircraft maneuvers and tactics, I lose interest That very ordered lifestylediscipline I think they call it Who doesn t like rebels who break the rules a little bit then the ones who yessir and nossir all the time So I was surprised that I liked this book as much as I did Prentiss the lead character is the only girl that works a plot of land, as a sort of fill in son to her Father And then inexplicably, she s pulled into military training, the only girl, ever.
And it goes through her experiences, of being so resented and so hated by her team which is sure she ll bring their scores down for the end of training war games, and goes throu