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IAM3: Liberation (CPA Award winner!)

  • Enough of hiding: time to go seeking: and free more prisoners from the EuroGov. The exciting third installment in the I AM MARGARET series.
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Get the Kindle or iPad/Nook edition FREE when you buy the hard copy edition.

Book 3 in the exciting I Am Margaret series
by British Catholic young adult author Corinna Turner

nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal Award 2016

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"Seriously, Bane, should I sit around and pat myself on the back
for resisting the EuroGov for six months of my life?  
Or should I go out and try to make a world
in which you and I can raise children without being afraid
that one day they'll be taken from us and murdered?"

 THE EUROBLOC GENETICS FACILITY

WHERE MARGO WAS IMPRISONED STANDS EMPTY.

EVERY OTHER FACILITY IS FULL.

TIME TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.

 

In the Vatican’s hidden place of exile, 
Margo and her fiance, Bane, hatch a daring plan:

use Vatican strike teams to liberate teenagers
destined for human ‘recycling’ 
to start a public outcry against Sorting. 

But if they succeed, the EuroGov’s vengeance
will be swift and merciless.

If a revolution happens,
will it be too late for Margo--and Bane?
 

Read the First Four Chapters Free...

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Age: 16+
8.5" x 5.5"
313 Pages

Praise for I AM MARGARET:

"Great style... like The Hunger Games."

EOIN COLFER, author of ARTEMIS FOWL

I Am Margaret by Corinna Turner. 

 The Three Most Wanted by Corinna Turner. Book 2 in the I AM Margaret series

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  1. The Logical Next Step 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Oct 2015

    A perfect continuation of one of the best YA fiction series I have ever read! You have escaped from a government facility, hiked across all of Europe, and just narrowly gotten out of Italy with your life. What's the logical next step? Go back and free everyone else, of course! Looking forward to the next book!


  2. It Moved Me to Tears! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Oct 2015

    As soon as I got this book in the mail yesterday evening, I excitedly started reading it-and I stayed up until midnight finishing it! "Liberation" is even better than its predecessor. The characters continue to develop, we see advancements in the Underground's efforts to stand up against the government, and the story of Everington continues to be fleshed out. This book moved me to tears several times, because I felt as if I was living the experience with the citizens, as they rose up to protest the government's injustices. The passion, struggle, and determination of Margo continued to hit me, and I began to relate to her even more than I had in the other books. I particularly enjoyed getting to see Pope Cornelius develop more as a character, and observe how he seeks to lead the people in peace, yet also in courage. Getting to witness Bane and Margo's relationship as it deepened was also quite riveting. I honestly am trying hard to make myself be productive today, because if I don't, I know that I'll end up re-reading "Liberation" again today!! I am very excited to read the finale to this saga, and I don't know how I'll be able to handle the wait!


  3. This series just gets better and better 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Oct 2015

    This series just gets better and better. Probably because each one is so different, not just in content but in style - at least that's how I see it. Plus each book expands the world.
    This one talks about their plan to fight back rather than just survive, and also develops the relationships between the characters well. As they get some time to live and relax as well as fight, we get to see them as more than just 'soldiers', as it were.
    I look forward to the last one, which looks to go further along this path...