What would you sell yourself for?
Madeline knows. She’s spent the last eighteen years impatiently waiting for her Auctioning so she can sell herself to MERCE Solutions Limited for a hundred thousand credits. But when the Auctioneer fails to call her and two suits show up at her doorstep, Madeline discovers there are far worse bargains to be made.
So when your loved ones are in danger, there’s a bounty on your head and your entire city might turn out to be a lie… what would you sell yourself for?
Have you ever read a book that shakes you to the core and makes you take a close look at the world around you? Well, Dissolution was definitely one of those books for me.
After training for eighteen years to be auctioned off to MERCE, Madeline discovers things aren’t as they should be. When her name isn’t called during the Auction, and two suits show up on her doorstep, Madeline’s life takes a drastic turn. Everything she believed in dissolves before her eyes and she has to decide how much she’s really worth.
This book, while short in length, packs one heck of a punch. Lee S. Hawke draws you in and makes you care about the characters with ease. With each page turned, you’re drawn more and more into the world Hawke created. It keeps going with little rest until the very end. It left me feeling a little drained when I read the last line, and yet I didn’t want the story to end.
When you’re ready to see the world of corporations in a new, and almost terrifying way, definitely read this book. Hawke definitely provides us with a unique dystopian society. I am positive this book will remain with me for a long time.