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Join Monica as she journeys to Cantral to take the identity of her dying cousin Amelia. In order to infiltrate the Nobles' world, she must disguise herself as a master computer programmer---but growing up among the slaves leaves her knowing little about programming and she must improvise to stay alive. With the fate of millions riding on Monica's shoulders, she must free the world from the Nobles before they discover her.
|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Living Ink Books
Publication Date: 2011
Series: Cantral Chronicles
With microchips implanted in their skulls at birth, the slaves of Cantral and Cillineese have labored under the tyrannical rule of the nobles and their computers for decades. Monica, a noble who avoided the implanting and escaped a death sentence at the age of four, is now sixteen. She has risked life and limb to free the inhabitants of Cillineese, but the computers still rule the rest of the world.
Now she must journey to Cantral and take the identity of her dying cousin, Amelia, to infiltrate the Nobles world in the guise of a teenager who is a master computer programmer. Because of her childhood living among the slaves of Cantral, Monica knows little about programming and must improvise to stay alive.
The fate of millions rides on Monicas shoulders. As the only chip-less person in the world, she must convince the Council of Eight of her innocence, destroy the computers, and free the world from the nobles before they discover her ruse.
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Sonja Taylor4 Stars Out Of 5Have you read Precisely Terminated? Read this!November 23, 2012Sonja TaylorQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I really enjoyed Noble Imposter, Ms. Davis's second book in the Cantral Chronicles. Because I read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book, I hope my review will still be accurate. This book was not as dark as Precisely Terminated, but it still had its scenes of pain and terror. I enjoyed the change of atmosphere, as Monica poses as a Noble instead of a wall slave. This opens up new places and new people. I also appreciated how this book had more stable characters, such as Aric, Tresa, and even Aaron. This book also provided more answers to some unclear points in PT. It introduced readers to the Council of Eight, and it gave a better view of the Noble world. The intensity of this book gripped me, and near the ending I was nervous as to how it would all turn out.
If I must point out some critiques, I have to say that not a lot happened in NI. Perhaps it felt like this because the story had one plot that followed solely Monica. Or perhaps it felt like this because Monica was confined to the same places--always returning to her room or going to the library. (Of course, with the story structure, these places are obviously necessary for her to have to return to.) Also, whereas I was impressed with the new characters, I would have enjoyed seeing them with more development so that I could get a better understanding of their personality and how they operated.
I consider myself a fan of Ms. Davis's books. As a young aspiring author myself, it is comforting to read another young author's works. During the time that I was reading her book, I was suffering from a bad dose of writer's block, but her book helped me break out of it. If you read Precisely Terminated, be sure to pick up a copy of Noble Imposter. And then, of course, read the third book when it comes out.
Athelas5 Stars Out Of 5A Great BookAugust 15, 2012AthelasQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The book came almost as near to perfect as books can. It was interesting; I read it in one afternoon. The characters were realistic: I could imagine myself saying that, or doing that, wincing at that, laughing at that. I loved how the characters could do what they had to do, overcoming their fears. I thought it was awesome how Amanda L. Davis put the characters through such a variety of things, but nothing unbelievable. I now have an official favorite character in it, but I can't tell you who it is. I can't wait for the third book to come out, and I will certainly be reading it eagerly.
As a closing statement, I say that this is an amazing book. If you're looking for a good book to read, this one is an excellent choice.
Melanie GFredericksburg, VaAge: Under 18Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5The best book by farAugust 8, 2012Melanie GFredericksburg, VaAge: Under 18Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Noble Imposter is by far one of the best books i have ever read after that would be Precisely Terminated. As soon as i got Noble Imposter I could not put it down i read it in 12 hours nonstop because it was so amazing. It leaves you wondering what will happen next with every chapter, the end of the book will leave you begging for more. I know i cant wait for the next book.
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