The opening line of a novel is often the most important. I've been taught to write the opening line of the novel with a purpose, usually to set up the character or situation of that novel. In this case, it's important to set up the Renegades' society in the past. The world they live in is very different from ours. It's a place where humans are allowed to live freely, but are still not allowed to marry or have children, and where cultures clash.
"I'm honestly blown away by this book. It's a really unique premise and was an interesting concept, but it was executed so well that I didn't notice what I was reading. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys YA or paranormal fiction." - The Water God Reviews
I needed to write a literature review about The Renegades Unbroken, 1 and Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said books. I read The Renegades Unbroken, 1 with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Na'Imah Anderson is a wonderful writer.