Shattered Hearts by Lee Ryder Reviewed by Misty Watt’s #NerdGirlShadow


Title: Shattered Hearts

Author: Lee Ryder

Published Date: Feb. 13. 2014

Genre: Dystopian Fiction


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Jess lost her family when the plagues came, but gained a new one when she married Ian. Pregnant with another man’s baby, Jess and her new family travel through the vast labyrinth of cemeteries searching for the Promised Land. Surrounded by the unknown will they get there before the baby arrives?

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***Misty Watts, #NerdGirlShadow’s Review***
Shattered Hearts was a quick read for me after finishing Broken Earth. In this book, the story of Jess continues. Now married to Ian and pregnant, Jess and her group continue to search for The Promised Land. Hoping to find their way before the baby arrives, they journey through the endless cemeteries in search of the place they hope to call home.
As the quest marches on, many character flaws are brought to light. You find yourself despising characters you once liked. I think this really added to the depth of the book. After all, you can’t like everyone. Mollie quickly became my favorite with her quick wit and comical responses. Although the first half of the book recapped much of what the Broken Earth had already described, it was a necessary if the author wants each book to be a stand alone read. After the story picked up the pace, I finished it quickly. Some shocking scenarios always keep the reader on their toes.
With the end of the story, I’m assuming their will be a third book, but do hope this will wrap up into a trilogy. Since the second book rehashed so much of the first book, I’m totally ready to “see” this Promised Land.
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review.*

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