Just like Christopher Nuttall you could accuse Bella Forrest of plagiarism. I think that's not entirely fair, because she wrote some interesting stuff, but it's she's strongly... inspired.
Then again, it is impossible to write something entirely original, so let's just shrug.
This series seems to be inspired by your typical post-apocalyptic YA / NA novels, as Hungergames and Divergent, though Forrest gave it a twist and a turn.
Some things, unfortunately, don't work out well. It's as if she wrote the novels in a hurry, and didn't always consider the consequences of, or the logic behind the actions of her characters.
Both Bella Forrest and Christopher Nuttall are juggling a range of series simultaneously. They're very productive, but the quality, honestly, varies a little. And yeah, this is yet another example of this varying quality.
- The Girl Who Dared to Think
- The Girl Who Dared to Stand
- The Girl Who Dared to Descend
- The Girl Who Dared to Rise
- The Girl Who Dared to Lead
- The Girl Who Dared to Endure
- The Girl who Dared to Fight
Interesting, aimed at younger readers. The quality dropped over the first four books, so I'm worried about the later books in the series (haven't read book five and later yet).
Approach with caution then 😁