The Remnants: Book One

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The Remnants: Book One

The Remnants Book One Germany has defeated the Allies won WWII in Europe and cleansed the territory of undesirables Yet the war in the Far East still wages on Welcome to the future of Germania year old Stella Engel has

  • Title: The Remnants: Book One
  • Author: Anna Scanlon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Germany has defeated the Allies, won WWII in Europe and cleansed the territory of undesirables Yet the war in the Far East still wages on Welcome to the future of Germania 16 year old Stella Engel has lived her entire life in a sheltered, but comfortable middle class existence within the Reich where she has made lifelong friends and fostered her love of science For mosGermany has defeated the Allies, won WWII in Europe and cleansed the territory of undesirables Yet the war in the Far East still wages on Welcome to the future of Germania 16 year old Stella Engel has lived her entire life in a sheltered, but comfortable middle class existence within the Reich where she has made lifelong friends and fostered her love of science For most of her childhood, she has hoped to grow up to serve the Reich as a doctor Her high achievements have earned her a place at the annual Eugenics Competition, where only the best and brightest students in science are invited to compete, securing their future in a high ranking medical school However, her trip is marred when her best friend Pia, and Pia s entire family suddenly, go missing After searching for her friend to no avail, something even stranger happens the Eugenics Competition is interrupted by the mass arrest of all of the contestants They are now under suspicion of carrying dirty genes, or the genes of those the Reich has convinced the public have long been eradicated Stella s mother helps her manage to flee from the SS temporarily, where Stella learns that nothing in the Reich is as it seems and that includes Stella herself This is a test version of the novel on soft release with an anonymous author name Please note there may be spelling errors as this work is not final.

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    1. Jennifer on said:

      I won this book as a giveaway and it took several months to receive it. By the time I received it, it was on the bottom of my list, so I just now had the chance to read it.I really debated how to rate this book. On the one hand, I really admire authors who self publish and I really appreciate the opportunity to win books through giveaways. First, let me say that the plot/story idea was great. Five stars. Part of me does hope that Scanlon continues the series. However, the production quality of [...]

    2. Patiscynical on said:

      Alternate historySo, Nazi Germany won the war, but they still can't wipe out the Jews, or make 16 year-old girls less dumb.This was actually kind of interesting, but there were too many grammar issues and fuzzy details to rate another star. The main character, Stella, is just your average teenage Nazi girl, who is smart, but never questions the bulls!#! that she's been taught her whole life. She thinks it's a good thing to always be at war, and that wiping out millions that aren't of pure German [...]

    3. Laura Cushing on said:

      YA alternate history in which Germany won the war, takes place about 100 years after WWII. Germany is still trying to take over the world, but constant wars and their internal policies have left things in bad shape. The cities have tech and innovations, while the countryside is primitive. Cities are fenced off and guarded.16 year old Stella is hoping to be a doctor, and is very excited to be chosen for a competition by the Eugenics board. But it turns out to lead her to learn about her own true [...]

    4. Books n AllJill Burkinshaw on said:

      I started reading this book and in the beginning I wasn't sure it was something I wanted to read as it appeared to be glorifying the Reich but that changed as the book progressed. I was a very informative and surprising book that showed how easily young people can be brainwashed. I really enjoyed it and would have awarded 5 stars if it wasn't for the typos and grammar errors. I am a big fan of Anna Scanlon her books are so totally unique I am not sure what genre they belong in maybe we should ma [...]

    5. Lizzy on said:

      A novel read. I've never read a book with this kind of storyline. Set in the near future after Hitler won WWII. This story follows a teenage girl living in a very different Germany, a Germany after Adolf Hitler one the war where Eugenics is a vital part of society.A fast paced, easy read, that keeps your attention till the last page. The characters are not overly deep or well described but you don't care as you want to keep reading.

    6. Wendell on said:

      The first 75% was solid and a good story line but like many books the story gets out of focus towards the end and fails to maintain a realistic end game. It was also surprising to read so many missed editing opportunities and what appeared to be typos. I would say it may be best for young adults.

    7. MARILYN HOLLINGSWORTH on said:

      BrilliantThere are a few errors in the text. If that kind of thing bothers you enough to disparage the writing, don't bother reading this. If, however, you look to the originality, the life stories that can be told through this medium, then read!!!

    8. Keturah Lamb on said:

      Interesting concept: what if Hitler won the war? But has some issues brought up that I did not agree with at all. Besides that, well written. But not a book I'd recommend reading.

    9. Melissa on said:

      Quick easy readThis made me think of what could have happened. What could still happen. It is scary to think of a future that is like the one encountered in this story

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