ISAURATITLE: Isaura (Aberrant #3)
AUTHOR: Ruth Silver
GENRE: Young Adult, Dystopia, Sci-Fi
Dec 4th, 2013 by LazyDay Pub




With Joshua’s recent disappearance, Olivia has little choice but to head into the dangerous Gravelands as the new government wrestles with fixing the damage to society. Joining forces with her estranged father and a girl from Haven, they go on a search-and-rescue mission to find Joshua and bring him back alive. If traveling through outlaw territory isn’t frightening enough, Olivia learns she has exposed her secret and is hunted by her allies.


The final installment in the Aberrant trilogy.



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What Book Bloggers are saying about ISAURA

“It is brilliant, emotional, breathtaking, and contains everything I wanted from the final book.” – The Passionate Bookworms


“The fast paced and energetic book is my favorite of the three.” – Reading Bliss

“I loved how much Olivia has grown into a kiss-ass heroine.” – Just Me, Myself, and I

“I have to applaud the author because the story never got redundant or boring, she kept it fresh and introduced new and invaluable characters to the series at exactly the right times, at places that the main characters either needed them or need them to exist to defeat.” – Bookmarks, Spoilers & Happily Ever After

“The author is terrific at building a world that, even though it may geographically be ours, is almost unrecognizable in its dystopian changes.” – The Caffeinated Diva

“At times you think you have everything all figured out and then bam the author throws another twist in your face and you are like whoa wait a minute I sure didn’t see that one coming.” – The Avid Reader

“The scenes between Isaura and Olivia are the best, and what she does to Olivia really scares me, but what happens in the end is just truly amazing and I just loved this whole series!!!” – Step into Fiction

“There is lots of tragedy in this book as well as hope.” – Racing to Read

AberrantMoirai, and Isaura make up one of my favorite dystopian trilogies and one I am sure to reread down the road.” – Turning Pages

“The setting of the story itself wasn’t exactly heaven, considering its Dystopian nature and constant state of war, so I really appreciate how the romance parts blends without seeming awkwardly out of place.” – Books and their Worldly Realm

“Isaura is the perfect way to end a trilogy.” – The Four Eyed Cat Reviews