Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation My name is Sinna Reardon I suppose deep down I d like to believe God exists But he doesn t not since the war Most days I m okay with that Jacob calls me a pessimist but I m a realist How can I belie

  • Title: Rehabilitation
  • Author: C.B. Stone
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  • My name is Sinna Reardon I suppose deep down I d like to believe God exists But he doesn t, not since the war Most days I m okay with that Jacob calls me a pessimist, but I m a realist How can I believe when a place like Rehabilitation and a regime like the Elite exist, dictating our every move If God were so great, he d do something But he hasn t We re forgotten.My name is Sinna Reardon I suppose deep down I d like to believe God exists But he doesn t, not since the war Most days I m okay with that Jacob calls me a pessimist, but I m a realist How can I believe when a place like Rehabilitation and a regime like the Elite exist, dictating our every move If God were so great, he d do something But he hasn t We re forgotten And that scares me, because it means I might have to do something myself Sinna has spent her life walking a fine line between breaking the rules and obeying them to a fault In a Godless world where science and logic reign supreme and people are punished for Believing, are friendship and love reasons enough to abandon unbelief Enough to put her faith in something bigger than herself

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  • C.B. Stone

    C.B Stone is sometimes called author, writer, or purveyor of stories One might even dub her a yarn spinner, if you will It s very possible she might be considered just a little left of normal by most, but she s cool with that Really, she s too busy avoiding normal to care On any given day, you might find Stone pounding away at a keyboard in sunny Florida, contemplating waves, contemplating life, and dreaming up exciting stories to share with readers Except Sunday s of course Sunday s are God s day, so you ll often find her making her best joyful noise with her local church praise team When not pounding poor fingers to bloody nuggets and reinventing the definition of eye strain, C.B Stone enjoys living it up, doing the family thing, the kid thing, and the friend thing And in her downtime, reading the minds of fans Also being invisible Being invisible is fun.

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  • It's nice to see dystopia worn on the other foot when it comes to the "intolerance of socially compromising beliefs" theme that's so rampant in the genre. Usually it's some cult-take on religion, so I was curious to see what happens when the absence of faith is fueling a fascist state.Unfortunately, REHABILITATION doesn't take any opportunity to rationalize why a science-centric society is desolate, impoverished and emotionally sterile. Apparently atheists are so apathetic they're incapable of c [...]


  • I received this book in exchange for an honest reviewRehabilitation is a fast-paced first novel in a dystopian trilogy. I was hooked within the fist few pages. After a nuclear war, the 'New World' is ruled by The Elite - who enforce rules that they hope will eradicate war and non-compliance. People are taught to have no belief in God or any higher power and that love is useless and only ends in pain. The main characters - Sinna and Jacob - have been friends since childhood, but they have a very [...]



  • You can also find this review and many others of mine on my blog @ Escaping Reality Within PagesFirst off I would like to thank the Author for allowing me to read this for an honest review.Now I hadn't noticed how short this book was when I first came across it. I'd just read the synopsis on , and was quickly reeled in. I was very intrigued and I'm glad I hadn't noticed the shortness beforehand, because I normally don't read novella's unless a part of a series so if I had noticed I probably woul [...]


  • For the most part, I really liked this book. The premise is quite good about a ruling society wanting to stamp out any mention/thought of "Belief." As a plus, the writing solid and so are the characters. My only real complaint would be the length. Some parts could be fleshed out more, and a whole lot more could be done with the ending. It ends rather abruptly. The whole story arc is pretty linear and predictable (which is fine), but I thought there were several instances in the middle and toward [...]


  • C.B Stone was grateful enough to provide me with a free copy of this book for review! First off, the summary is very attention grabbing. I always read the summaries of books prior to reading and this summary really caught my attention. The cover is also very attention grabbing, another perk for me. I am one of those people who is always drawn to the beautiful covers of books and this one had it. I am also a huge fan of present tense. It is not the easiest tense to write in, but it is great for t [...]


  • I'd say I'm actually more at a 2 1/2 with this book. There is a LOT wrong with it, starting with the amateurish writing style. The lack of finesse becomes clear from the very first physical description: "His unruly blond hair is brushing past the nape of his neck, and I know his ice blue eyes are laser focused" and they don't get much better from there. There are times where chapters begin with a recap of what just happened in the page before. Perhaps the author thought no one would be able to r [...]


  • This was a great introduction to a dystopian world where religion is outlawed and those found believing in any sort of spiritual creator are ‘fixed’, but it would have been nice if it went on for a bit longer. Granted, it ends on a pretty neat cliff-hanger, but it wouldn’t have been too much of a stretch to make this trilogy one single story as, based on page count listings, the trilogy is less than 500 pages in length. If this was one single novel, I’d have probably given it five stars [...]


  • I was provided with a free copy of this book so I could give an honest review.All that being said, WOW. I did not want to put this book down. I was sucked in from the beginning. I was absorbed into Sinna's world. The descriptions produced vivid pictures and emotions in my mind, so I was seeing through Sinna's eyes, feeling her emotions, thinking her thoughts.And that ending! I NEVER saw it coming. I had to reread it to make sure I had read it correctly. WOW. What a hook! I am going to have to re [...]


  • A sci-fi thriller. A disturbing peek into a possible future. A nuclear war has devastated the planet. The New World is ruled by the Elite with specific Laws; "Above All Else, Don't Believe! "No room for God in the New World! No hope, no love! Story focus is on Sinna & Jacob (teenagers), Jacob's younger sister Sammy & another girl, Miriam, as they struggle to survive in this barren land without hope and the certainty of severe punishments for noncompliance. The ending may be surprising. T [...]


  • I definitely get the Hunger Games comparison- no special powers involved, but definitely a bizarre rules, harsh society. Sinna lives in a world where Believing can get you Selected for Trials or sent to Rehabilitation. When her friend gets taken by the Elite in the middle of the night and brought to Rehabilitation, she makes plans to bust him out. The story hooks you immediately and you'll read this in one sitting. It's fast paced and feels like you've read the first quarter ( or third since thi [...]


  • I received this novella from the author in exchange for an honest review. I loved this! I wasn't sure how I would feel when I started reading this because I've become so burned out on dystopias, but the writing was great and I found myself just soaking it all in and wanting more! I am so excited for the rest of the trilogy! You can read my full review on my blog here: courtneysreads/20


  • I received this book in exchange for an honest review.I loved this, you always have that one character that becomes your favorite.Mine was Sinna. As I started reading, it was getting harder & harder to breakaway from it to get anything else in my life done, ha. Once you get to the end, you just want to hurry up and get to the next one! This kept me on the edge. Great writer, I'd recommend this book to anyone! I'm starting the second unbelief book "Ruin" today. I'm so excited :)


  • As the first book in a trilogy, this was a great start. Rehabilitation is filled with action and suspense, and is over all a great book. I loved the way C.B. Stone worked God into her novels without being at all preachy--a good way to speak to people who haven't met God yet.


  • I liked the story, can't wait for book 2. I just have one complain: too much description of the surroundings it got a little boring



  • Title: Rehabilitation: Romantic DystopianAuthor: C. B. StonePublisher: InkedPlot MediaISBN: B00P01TJQABuy Link: cbstonebooks/Reviewer: Teresa Fallen AngelBlurb:Unbelief 1"My name is Sinna Reardon. I suppose deep down I'd like to believe God exists. But he doesn’t, not since the war. Most days I’m OK with that. Jacob calls me a pessimist, but I’m a realist. How can I Believe when a place like Rehabilitation and a regime like the Elite exist, dictating our every move?If God were so great, he [...]


  • The ending seemed to get more exciting.It took me more than half of the book to really get "into" it. Just seemed kind of slow. It never became interesting to me until the ending, where they were escaping and the girl found out that her dad was alive.The book was just "ok" for me unfortunately


  • Super short dystopian novella. This first one was free. I liked it enough to read all three. Easily could have made one novel out of the set. Faith is outlawed and anyone that believes gets sent for rehabilitation. Good characters. I give it four stars. I can recommend for high school and up.




  • BelieveWhat an insight of what can happen to a society that wants to stop others in believing our Father is real. A girls night to help a friend & the miracle God brings about.


  • Well written I am very glad that I stumbled upon this book. The desperation comes through very well. I look forward to reading more books by this author.


  • Set in a world ruled by the Elite after a terrible war destroyed the Old World, Sinna and Jacob live day to day in the After World, illegally escaping the confines of their Section to sift through the debris of city ruins looking for things to trade. No one is permitted to have any beliefs since the Elite have ruled and love is seen as something that can cause violence leading to war and so it too is banned. Jacob secretly believes in God and is constantly scouting outside their Section to find [...]


  • ( I received a digital copy of this book. Thanks to C.B. Stone!!)"Don't repeat mistakes of the Old World.Don't seek love, don't engage in war. And above all else, don't Believe"ese are the "important" rules of the new worldJust after beginning the book I knew that this one's going to be a memorable read. The writing style of the author is so captivating. Just the kind I love :)"Belief is most dangerous in their view. You'll do crazy things for what you believe even when you know what you're doin [...]


  • I was provided this ebook in exchange for an honest review. Rehabilitation By C.B. Stone: After the God Wars, the Elite took over. No one is allowed to believe in God and the Elite enforce this to the extreme. No one knows this better than Sinna and Jacob, but they have a secret… Jacob is a believer. Once he’s taken to Rehabilitation Sinna must find a way to bring him back while he’s still himself. I’m torn on this one. I liked the idea and the story of this book. Sinna is a pessimist/re [...]


  • What I loved most about this book was the reading experience. While reading it, I just loved it and went through it really quickly. The main character is kind of bland. Actually all characters are, with little personality. But the entertainment value of this book is great.


  • I really enjoyed this book. Very little romance, but I'm guessing it's building up to it in the next two instalments. Rehabilitation is a unique, quick easy read that kept me turning pages till the wee hours. I was disappointed in all the grammatical errors - not small things, but words missing from sentences, spelling mistakes. If this is self published, how difficult is it to have a few people edit it prior to publishing?? The book is for readers 12-17, I'm in my 30's and I really enjoyed the [...]


  • *review copy*I quite enjoyed this story, but I wished there was more to it. It is too short - it's more like a long novella than an actual book. It has a fast progression, lacks twists, resolution is quick, sacrifices are almost none It's like an outline for a book that could be really good if there was some more work done on it. I want to know more about the world because now it's very briefly outlined. I also found some typos, and a few times it felt rather repetitive. Other than that, quite a [...]


  • ShortI feel like this wasn't a whole book. It was a about 1/3 of one. I did like what I read and got into it but it ended when where it was finally beginning. I hate when writers do this just so that they can have more books. Why not just make a whole book. I only feel like I got a couple extra details out of the book and would pretty much know it if I just read the back. I don't know if I would read the next because I would hate to spend the money on something if it was just as short. I would l [...]


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