In this gripping sequel to All Rights Reserved, Speth Jime has freed her home of Portland from the oppressive system that forced everyone to pay for every word they spoke. Now she will discover the cost of that freedom, and the devastating secrets of the world beyond her dome.
On the day she went silent, Speth never meant for anyone to follow her lead—or to start a rebellion of Silents. But after taking down the tyrant Silas Rog and freeing the city from his grasp, everyone is looking to Speth for answers she doesn’t have. All she wants is to find her parents, who are shackled to a lifetime of servitude in exchange for a debt they can never repay. But how can Speth leave her friends to fend for themselves when she’s the reason their city is in chaos?
When the government threatens to restore the WiFi and take back the city, Speth is forced to flee with a ragtag group of friends by her side. Together, they embark on a dangerous journey outside the dome they’ve lived in their entire lives, in search of a better future. Along the way, Speth will discover the shattering truth about their world…and the role she’ll need to play to save it.
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ARC provided by Harlequin Teen in exchange for an honest review. Access Restricted takes off right after the events of All Rights Reserved. I didn’t know how Katsoulis would follow the first book, but wow. After i finished this book i was speechless (Ha) and amazed at how happy i was with how Katsoulis finished this duology. I didn’t know how this book would go for me, as i thought that All Rights Reserved was a bit slow at times, but boy was i wrong, this book was packed with action and non-stop conflict. With each chapter the stakes rose and rose until the ending and let me tell you what an ending. With about 15% of the book left i was panicked and thought there was no way everything could be resolved with this kinda time left, but i was wrong, so wrong. Then it ended and i was so happy about everything. It was a great end to a great series. Overall it gets a ⅘ stars from me.