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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
The Grid: Fall of Justice (The Grid Trilogy, Book 1) by Paul Teague is set in a dystopian world where society survived a terrible plague that devastated the former civilization. The City is a fortress city divided by concrete walls separating rich and poor. It’s governed by the strict and merciless rules of Fortrillium enforced by the menacing Centuria, a state-run team of military police who carried out the will of the Law Lords and a man named Damien Hunter. Joe Parsons’ father died due to deception and lies that run deep in the present governance. With the help of his friends, he’s ready for revenge – but first he must survive a gamified arena where only one person has ever gotten out alive.
The Grid has a slow start, but readers who prefer fast-paced plots will be delighted and hooked as the plot gradually picks up speed. Even though the world building reminds me somewhat of The Hunger Games, Teague shows his skill in the original, well-structured storyline. The world that Teague created is brutal, but not without hope. In the beginning, I thought there were too many characters but it didn’t turn out to be a problem as I read on. The main characters are well-rounded, and the sub-characters have well-justified roles in the story. With its clear cut and engaging narrative, The Grid is full of intrigue and secrets. On the whole, The Grid Trilogy is undeniably an incredible and gritty series that is sure to entertain fans of the genre and could bring reluctant readers into the fold as well.