The Surrendered (The Surrendered #1)

The Surrendered (The Surrendered #1)

After a financial collapse devastates the United States, the new government imposes a tax on the nation?s most valuable resource?the children. Surrendered at age ten?after her parents could no longer afford her exorbitant fees?Vee Delancourt has spent six hard years at the Mills, alongside her twin, Oliver. With just a year to freedom, they do what they can to stay off the After a financial collapse devastates the United States, the new government imposes a tax on the nation?s mo...

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Title:The Surrendered (The Surrendered #1)
Author:Case Maynard
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:0997010460
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

The Surrendered (The Surrendered #1) Reviews

  • Sarah
    Oct 12, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

  • Ashley Aaroones)
    Aug 05, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

    First of all, I would like to thank Blaze Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange of a honest review. This was so much fun! I really liked the characters and the many plottwists! The story was really catchy and Vee is a super strong character! I loved Carson! ...

    I found Case Maynard?s ?The Surrendered? to be an intriguing tale which made me think?just what would happen if the United States fell. Maynard did a good job of delivering a story about a system (incidentally called The System) which employed child slave labor and tyrannic...

    Note: A copy of this book was provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This Dystopian plays in future America after a financial breakdown, when The System has taken over and parents have to start to pay The Tax. Those who can't afford The Tax for their children after...

    The Surrendered is an interesting take on the United States and the troubles we are currently in. With election season right around the corner - and quite possibly the most controversial election - Case Maynard presents us with her perspective of what could happen to our country if con...

  • Candace Robinson
    Sep 21, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

  • Carrie
    Sep 28, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

  • S.F. Benson
    Jun 20, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

    First of all, I would like to thank Blaze Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange of a honest review. This was so much fun! I really liked the characters and the many plottwists! The story was really catchy and Vee is a super strong character! I loved Carson! ...

    I found Case Maynard?s ?The Surrendered? to be an intriguing tale which made me think?just what would happen if the United States fell. Maynard did a good job of delivering a story about a system (incidentally called The System) which employed child slave labor and tyrannic...

  • Nadja (fit-and-beautiful-heart-reads)
    Sep 28, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

    First of all, I would like to thank Blaze Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange of a honest review. This was so much fun! I really liked the characters and the many plottwists! The story was really catchy and Vee is a super strong character! I loved Carson! ...

    I found Case Maynard?s ?The Surrendered? to be an intriguing tale which made me think?just what would happen if the United States fell. Maynard did a good job of delivering a story about a system (incidentally called The System) which employed child slave labor and tyrannic...

    Note: A copy of this book was provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This Dystopian plays in future America after a financial breakdown, when The System has taken over and parents have to start to pay The Tax. Those who can't afford The Tax for their children after...

  • Kazy
    Dec 21, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

    First of all, I would like to thank Blaze Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange of a honest review. This was so much fun! I really liked the characters and the many plottwists! The story was really catchy and Vee is a super strong character! I loved Carson! ...

    I found Case Maynard?s ?The Surrendered? to be an intriguing tale which made me think?just what would happen if the United States fell. Maynard did a good job of delivering a story about a system (incidentally called The System) which employed child slave labor and tyrannic...

    Note: A copy of this book was provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This Dystopian plays in future America after a financial breakdown, when The System has taken over and parents have to start to pay The Tax. Those who can't afford The Tax for their children after...

    The Surrendered is an interesting take on the United States and the troubles we are currently in. With election season right around the corner - and quite possibly the most controversial election - Case Maynard presents us with her perspective of what could happen to our country if con...

    I'm kinda straight down the middle with my like and dislike of this book. Likes: The action. I hated the people who controlled this system of children slavery and wanted them to get what was coming to them. Some action happens pretty early on involving the Vera and kept going from ...

  • Carla
    Mar 17, 2017

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

    First of all, I would like to thank Blaze Publishing for providing me with a digital copy in exchange of a honest review. This was so much fun! I really liked the characters and the many plottwists! The story was really catchy and Vee is a super strong character! I loved Carson! ...

  • H.E. Edgmon
    Jan 11, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...

    I haven't read a good dystopian YA book in a while, and this one was fantastic. It made me take a look at the terrible things that could really happen especially to children. I loved Vee, and I thought she was a strong character. There was plenty of action and betrayal to keep me wanti...

    Below is my review of Case Maynard's The Surrendered. You can also find the review - as well as my (spoiler free) synopsis of the plot and additional information about the book - on my website. After sitting down and tearing through the whole book in about six hours, I was left feel...

  • Crazy4Books
    Sep 30, 2016

    (I received an advance copy of this book for free. Thanks to Blaze Publishing and NetGalley.) This was a YA dystopian story, about a world where children were taken from their parents and put to work. Vera was an okay character, but I found it hard to care what happened to her. H...

    Vee Delancourt and her twin brother Oliver were surrendered to the government when they were ten because of a tax on families with more than one child. When their younger sister was born their parents tried to make the tax for a while but just couldn't do it and the twins refused to be...

    Actual Rating. 3.5 Stars I love when a dystopian makes me question the workings of society. This book had me wondering what I would do to fix things in that dystopian world. Like most dystopians, it also made me appreciate what I have. This novel had some emotional topics that added...