#Stowaway tour with #giveaway and #review #ffbc @jen_castleberry

Stowaway (The Reservation Trilogy, #2)
by Jen Castleberry
Release Date: October 15th 2016
Genre: Young Adult
Rate: 4 stars
 photo addtogoodreadssmall_zpsa2a6cf28.png photo B6096376-6C81-4465-8935-CE890C777EB9-1855-000001A1E900B890_zps5affbed6.jpgSynopsis:

Twelve years ago, Nathan was forcibly transferred into governmental custody.
Once a brother, a son, and an outsider, he is now little more than an instrument of the Continental Order.
At least, that’s what his superiors think.
Now, the Order is shipping out, and a resurgence of destruction lies in wait for the continent.
Will Nathan break free and embrace the hostile outside world, or will he take his place on the last train scheduled for the Reservation?
If you read my review of Cargo, then you know I saw this series starting out decent and getting stronger, as long as the world building and character growth continued.  Wouldn’t you know, I’m a fortune teller, LOL.  I was really pleased with this second installment in the Reservation Trilogy, especially getting a new pov while still expounding on what we learned and saw in book 1.  It can be tricky to maintain consistency when you switch up the view point, but Castleberry did a great job in doing just that, as well as keeping up the pace and immersing us in the world she created once more.  I’m still not sure about a couple of details, but I’m betting we’ll get more answers in the final book, and I can’t wait to find out what’s in store.  With some more honing of her voice and sense of originality, this could be one of my favorite dystopian series of the year (and a half technically.)  Clean reading so safe for most ages providing they aren’t too young to understand the difference in fact, fiction, and realistic fantasy.
My thanks to the author and FFBC for the review opportunity!
 

Jen Castleberry is a North Carolina native currently based in Virginia Beach, VA. She is a Communications graduate and proud ECU alum.
When she’s not writing, Castleberry works full-time as a Veterinary Assistant at a local animal shelter.
Her affection for all critters, large and small, comes home with her at the end of each day. She frequently lends her house and heart to homeless animals in need of foster.
Her own clan of silly creatures include an Akita, a Basset Hound, a Maine Coon, and of course, her active-duty husband.
At twenty-seven, Castleberry hopes to soon realize a life-long dream of writing professionally.
The first installment of her YA debut series premiered in January of 2016. 

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