Throwback Thursday: Reap (The Harvest Saga #1) by Casey L. Bond ~ Review

Paperback328 pages
Published 2014 
by Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing
Source: PB from Author
Rating: 5 Out of 5 Stars

Goodreads Description:

The remnants of the United States of America have been divided. From five enormous, technologically-advanced cities, the Greaters rule over the Lessers. 

In the Lesser village of Orchard, things are not as perfect as Abby Kelley thinks they are. When the apple harvest draws near and the Greaters' engineered fruits become too much for one village to handle alone, reinforcements from neighboring villages are called upon. 

Having to choose between her best friend, whom she has no romantic feelings for, and mysterious newcomer Crew, Abby finds herself in the middle of a harvest that she had no intention of becoming a part of. She becomes involved in a situation that threatens the strict rule of the Greaters, and just might give the Lessers hope for a better tomorrow. But, can she help the Lessers without losing Crew?


Casey delivers a unique dystopian structured on hard work for the lesser people and meanwhile the Greater people live a life of luxury. There are so many twist and turns and such great structure and world building in this story. I never saw the end coming and am so excited to continue the story. 

I love a good dystopian but with so many out in the world today it has to be a pretty unique take that delivers the magic and Casey L Bond has done that with Reap.


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