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This is the complete set of the Vemreaux Trilogy, including The Way, The Truth, and The Lie.
In a world not divided by race, creed, or color but by blood type, Blue Anders finds herself on the wrong end of fortune's mercy. Born with a lesser blood type, Blue is raised in The Way, a work camp for A-bloods.
©2015 Mary E. Twomey (P)2015 Mary E. Twomey
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By Frank on 05-16-16

Religious overtones and emotionalally damaged protagonist

I liked this book enough to read it through and give it four stars, but got tired of the long road to good mental health Blue, whose story this is, needed. Yes, that's realistic, but painful to read. Additionally, I wish I had known Ms. Toomey wrote for a Christian audience. Nevertheless, the story line is a good one and by the time the e d comes the happily ever after is satisfying.

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By Martin on 06-07-16

Great Dystopian Trilogy for the Money

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This was a great trilogy. The characters had great personalities and were performed well. The story was different, which I really liked. I would recommend this to anyone who likes dystopian society books.

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By Margaret Boulton on 03-21-16

NO! Whine Whine

What made the experience of listening to Volumes of the Vemreaux Complete Collection the most enjoyable?

The great story line.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked that it was a sort of Vampire theme but it didn't dwell on the blood sucking...well actually there is no blood sucking...you need to listen to the books to find out what they do instead. I also like Dystopian story lines

Which character – as performed by Madeline Mrozek – was your favourite?

I liked Blue. She whined a lot and shouted No! at the drop of a hat but that wasn't the readers fault

Any additional comments?

At times I wanted to give Blue a good shake. <br/>The third book dwelt on the family relationship instead of getting on with the story. If I was reading the book I would have been flicking through parts of this.

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By Amazon Customer on 03-01-16

Disappointing character arc

blue started out being a strong female character, and I was so happy about this. By the third book she was a whiny victim, unable to make a decision, or be seen as a separate person.

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By Rosemary Hughes on 04-15-17

Wow!! what a fantastic futuristic world

WWIII has caused the world population to change, so that those who caused conflict could be isolated. The various blood groups were the trigger for the segregation. This and the fountain of youth, which stopped aging and adding an additional 140 years to those who bathed. However, on those of B class blood could reap the benefits, with the draw back of having lose of taste and requiring blood products from the O class group to avoid anemia. The A class group were relegated to tasks that they appeared to not become sickened from, and had become slaves, which could be brought and sold, in some parts of the world.
The prophecy declared that there would be a savior, that would kill the predator, and remove the tyranny, thus freeing the world.
This saga tells of the hell those of A blood, the way wards, grew up in. It shows the love of a brother for his sister and younger brother, and how he hide a secret from everyone,.
The secret is discovered,;luckily by men who not only did not exploit it, but could help nurture and enhance it, and in return help was given to them to return the one that they had thought last to them.
The final book shows that the perception of the predator was wrong and something far worse and powerful was yet to be faced and annihilated, for the world population to truly be free.

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