Review: The First Principle by:Marissa Shrock
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Fifteen year old Vivica Wilkins lives in a futuristic world. Everything has rules and even if you find them completely dumb, you still must abide by them, because your life depends on it. Pregnancies are monitored and teen pregnancies along with large families are appalled. One boring day at Vivica’s boring school, something exciting takes place. One student was caught trying to hide the fact she is pregnant by breaking into the school records and tampering with files. So when the authorities come in and wish to bring the girl in for questioning, Vivica has a problem with how they are handling it. And oh, does she have to pay for it when her mother finds out.
Little did Vivica expect that as soon as she opened up her feelings about this whole ordeal, she would find out she too is pregnant. With the world spinning around in circles and a few rebels of the state soon reveal themselves to her, Vivica must make a choice that will alter her life forever.
The First Principle is an amazing novel. This book will have you hooked the minute you start reading. I love reading books that have a futuristic feel. And this book had just that. I can not wait till I get to read another one of Marissa Shrock’s books. If you are interested in learning more, you can at this link.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from CSFF.
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