The Quarter Percent by Lily Nicole

The more vulnerable people feel, the more likely they are to do one of two things. They retreat and escape into fantasy, or fight back.

The Quarter Percent, Lily Nicole

The Quarter Percent:

It is summer 2030. Truth is the weapon and profit is the territory. Over thirteen intense days, combatants wage war, wielding influence and prestige. Behind the screens, wealthy recluse Marvin Stone has unimaginable power and rewrites the rules of the game. As the rules change, a former fashionista struggles to adjust. On the continent, the popular and charismatic King Cordial of Vale works covertly to undermine his rivals. His youngest daughter, Costmary, is in the cross-hairs. Rue, his older daughter, takes on an exciting new challenge and Gala, Cordial’s first-born, when she is named Princess Regent, forges new ties and unveils her master plan.

The Quarter Percent : Review

Lily Nicole wrote a masterpiece dystopian sci-fi novel with a mingle of technology and politics!!!
With the vision of the future, The book revolves around the fact of technology ruling our lives. Ten cubic meters of silicon and nano cellulose called Pai archives all the information we ever put on the internet. Users can even point the jelly block to access and modify the data according to them. The wealthy quarter percent of the population has access to the technology. The Conglomerate holds control over the illegal and manipulative technology.
The book has parallel storylines. Marvin stone decides to review the technology rules; that’s going to affect a lot of personal lives. The problem starts when the family problems of King Cordial of Vale start spilling on social media.
The author has done an incredible job of presenting a unique story with the parallel characters and science fiction. The combination creates a great suspense and thriller story.
A family politics to attain profit and power is well-depicted in the book. It states that people lose their ethics; forget all the principles to gain earnings on any ground—the quench to revenge their opponents and selfish human behavior.
Massive applause to Lily Nicole for outstanding work to weave storylines in one incredible book.
Book rating: 5/5

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sabiscuit says:

    Thank you so much for allowing me to read your reaction to the book. It was exciting for me to have an engineer read one of my characters who is herself a brilliant engineer. We are still a society that tends to put women into one box or another, but I believe that if more of us own our femininity while being smart, competent and effective at work, we can drown out the noise. I want technological innovations to improve the quality of our lives. At the moment, innovation is lagging behind because we are mostly passively consuming content and tech companies can only sell us only what we are willing to buy.

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    1. jalapenogirl says:

      I really appreciate your thoughts and views on technology. It makes this book more awesome. People think women are only tend to write love stories kinda novels..but, you have broken the stereotype!!!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Sabiscuit says:

        Grateful for your support. Thank you. Let’s break a lot more stereotypes.

        Liked by 1 person

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