"A fantasy dystopia with engaging characters in a dark and dangerous society. The Hunger Games meets A Wrinkle in Time." ~Goodreads
In the Industrial District of Algea, the history taught to the children is a lie. No one remembers the rule of Princess Effailya, or what happened to her. They only remember she existed before the castle disappeared.
When Fale starts to receive visions that come true, she doesn't know what to do about it. Then she uses her vision to save the life of a boxer (and her crush), and they find themselves being stalked by thugs.
The good news- she has the key they want.
The bad news- they want her too, dead or alive.
The Key of F is a fast-paced, suspenseful adventure, with a strong female lead surviving her dystopian society and solving the mystery of a hidden war, with her tight-knit group of friends and hot crush, that you won't want to put down. It's a must-read for fans who fell in love with The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Reader series. If you're hooked on genre-blending sci-fi fantasy romance novels with action and adventure, you'll love The Key of F!
"The Key of F" is book one of a fantastic YA Fantasy Series. Haskins has created a fantasy dystopia that is complex, but not too overwhelming. The story line has lots of action and conflict, both emotionally and physically. Haskins blends in sci-fi with her fantasy world, which adds depth to the story she's telling. The author has created a world full of engaging characters that face a dark and dangerous society. The dialogue is crisp, and the characters are well developed.
My personal opinion is we have The Hunger Games meets A Wrinkle in Time; looking forward to see where this develops. Highly recommend reading. ~Billie Wichkan (Goodreads)
"The Key Of F is a fantastic cornerstone in building a new world of fantasy from the mind of Jennifer Haskin. The richness of the world is only tempered by the dark nature of the rigid class system found within. True fantasy allows readers to connect with other-worldly characters, and the Key of F accomplishes this by submerging the reader in a mad world with familiar themes. I was particularly drawn to the lower-class nature of cyborgs and how individuals who lose limbs are viewed as- somehow-less human for restoring them with cybernetics. Fale, the heroine, is also a page-turner in the beginning of her hero's quest from orphan to warrior. I definitely recommend readers dive into this world of love, loss, and magic to find pieces of themselves in the reflection of the fantastic."
~Jay Sandlin (Who Would Win?)
"Unpredictable! Twisting, and turning! It was like being on a rollercoaster, in a good way. I truthfully could not have predicted anything that happened, and that made the book a thousand times better."
~ Purely Olivia (Book Blogger)
"Another strong element to this story were the characters. Fale is not your average damsel in distress. She is a strong female heroine who is more than capable of taking care of herself. Her peacekeeper training has seen to that. Even so, the depth of her character is such that she is strong, yet fragile in many ways. As an orphan, she has a strong desire to feel like she belongs. She was also raised by a man, and missed out on the relationship talks and makeup tips that mothers and daughters typically share. She is very inexperienced in this way and it makes her all the more endearing and relatable."
"I couldn't put it down! It sucked me in from the beginning! I can't wait to see what happens!"
~ Jennifer Patterson (Goodreads)