Forbidden

All teenage girls keep secrets and Kerry Johnston is no exception More than anyone else she knows how to lie, for Kerry is an alias and her life is a nightmare of secrecy, violence and fear In reality this overweight, limping teenage girl is Qea, a Forbidden child from the Qarntaz Octad, sent to Earth to hide from the warlord she has betrayed Born third into her familAll teenage girls keep secrets and Kerry Johnston is no exception More than anyone else she knows how to lie, for Kerry is an alias and her life is a nightmare of secrecy, violence and fear In reality this overweight, limping teenage girl is Qea, a Forbidden child from the Qarntaz Octad, sent to Earth to hide from the warlord she has betrayed Born third into her family in an overpopulated world where surplus offspring are Forbidden and killed or delivered as fodder for the malevolent Inquisitors, Qea has spent her life in hiding Qea Pronounced Kee ah is a girl with an unusual history She comes from a distant galaxy where warlords rule the law and corruption is rife, so she must become hard to survive, but here on Earth a young man will change her heart and risk her life, changing it forever.
Forbidden All teenage girls keep secrets and Kerry Johnston is no exception More than anyone else she knows how to lie for Kerry is an alias and her life is a nightmare of secrecy violence and fear In reality

  • Title: Forbidden
  • Author: Katy Krump
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Forbidden”

    1. Katy Krump made me believe in sci-fi again. It's not that I didn't like this genre before, but all the sci-fi books I have read before were all rather boring and slow paced. However, "Blue Dust: Forbidden" is just the opposite. It is full of action, and suspense with a brilliant plot and characters to top it all off. Right from the beginning Katy Krump pulls you in as you watch Qea discover that her relatively peaceful life on Earth is coming to a close. Logically speaking, any normal teenage gi [...]

    2. It tells the story of Qea, who for reasons unknown at the beginning of the book, is hiding on Earth under the guise of Kerry Johnston; a teenage girl with a limp. After discovering all is not as it should at home, Kerry realises her cover has been blown and crosses the breadth of England to Devon to meet at the rendezvous spot. And so starts Qea's journey that will take her across the galaxy to her home system; the Octad.We discover that Qea was third born to a family; which goes against the rul [...]

    3. This story is a unique paranormal/science fiction story. We don't have the normal vampires, and other creatures. But what we do have are some interesting new creatures. Inquisitor to name just one. I found them to be similar to vampires but not quite. We also have children with amazing abilities and knowledge. This book takes place on Earth and also in another solar system. The book started out with Kerry (aka Donna & Qea) coming home to find that her "supposed" family were gone. But since s [...]

    4. tmblr/ZAx_CwTzOwIaReview on Confessions of a book addict and blogcritics by Dayla:Katy Krump’s Blue Dust: Forbidden is a young adult fantasy novel heavy with philosophical meaning and beautiful writing. From the get-go, the reader is thrown into a fast-paced plot full of questions neither the reader, nor Qea, the protagonist, can answer. The reader is taken on an adventure that will put to question the values of Earth, and what s/he knows about life beyond the solar system.A master of disguise [...]

    5. I was contacted by the author, and offered a copy of the ebook, in return for an honest review.This novel is a fast-paced sci-fi novel, from an author who's writing is some of the best YA writing I have read in a while. The whole plot is very imaginitive, from the world to all the strange but fantastical beasts that live on the planet. Qea and Adam are excellent main characters, who are written in such a way that has you rooting for them the whole way through. I also really like the relationship [...]

    6. Kerry Johnson a less than perfect teenager with a handicap hides a secret. Is she truly less than perfect, or is it all a disguise? Arriving at her home one day, Kerry discovers she's been abandoned by those calling themselves her parents. She knows what to do, what she must accomplish, and goes about this in an almost automaton way. Soon, she's Donna, searching to reconnect with those who protect her, but there is no way to find them again. She searches for safety and connects with Adam, a Brit [...]

    7. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started to read this book, all I knew was the title. I was pleasantly surprised to find a tale of a girl who has been hidden on earth to save her life. She comes home to find that her current family is gone and transforms herself into Donna. As Donna she gets a job, a place to live and even meets a boy named Adam. She gets too comfortable in her new place, too trusting and gets caught. Along with Adam she is transported back to her home planet.She’s an inc [...]

    8. Really good and detail oriented Sci-Fi book. This genre isn't my normal go to but I gave it a try and it was a pretty enjoyable read. The writer is The writer was so good at describing details that you could really get into the book very well. I would recommend to people who like Sci-Fi books.Qea (Pronounced Kee-ah) is a girl with an unusual history. She comes from a distant galaxy where warlords rule the law and corruption is rife, so she must become hard to survive, but here on earth a young m [...]

    9. Kerry is on the run. She changes her appearance and her identity and then becomes Donna. She then meets Adam. Donna/Kerry is actually Qea (Pronounced Kee-ah) and she is from another planet. The “blue dust” from the title refers to the planet Qarntaz 7 where Qea lived, though it isn't the planet where she was born. She was born on Qarntaz 3. Qea is a forbidden child and has visions of the future. Because of the population, people are only allowed to have two children, Qea is the third child, [...]

    10. Kerry Johnson aka Qea is living live on the run she has been taught how to mix in with her surroundings. What happens through out the rest of the book is Qea on the run and now she has a human male named Adam to keep safe also. First Earth than another planet that resembles a rainbow of colors. Qea is one of the forbidden children of the planet and is used to hiding and thinking while on the run. Now not only is her live or Adams life is jeopardy but numerous forbidden children. It is all or not [...]

    11. Article first published as Book Review: Blue Dust: Forbidden by Katy Krump on Blogcritics.Review also appeared on my blog: Book Addict 24-7I received a copy for reviewKaty Krump’s Blue Dust: Forbidden is a young adult fantasy novel heavy with philosophical meaning and beautiful writing. From the get-go, the reader is thrown into a fast-paced plot full of questions neither the reader, nor Qea, the protagonist, can answer. The reader is taken on an adventure that will put to question the values [...]

    12. I received this book to give an honest review.This was a good sci-fi read but I felt as though I could not fully contact with the characters especially the main character. The story started off great and at first I was like okay what exactly does the title of this book have to do with this story. Well you get your answer later on. I had a problem with Qea not trying to take more action it was like she was constantly trying to second guess herself on what was right and what was wrong. When we get [...]

    13. An intriguing tale that bridges the gap between two worlds, and two genres. Blue Dust Forbidden is not only an excellent fantasy novel from the pen of Katy Krump, but also a romance tale to compete with the very best. Katy has an eloquent and unique style of her own. She writes well, using description to allow us to ‘see’ what she is telling us without going over the top with unnecessary wordage. She easily lets her readers view the fantasy world she has created through her words, and produc [...]

    14. Kerry Johnston is an overweight four-eyed geek, a great target for bullies, but underneath her fat suit and fake limp she is someone else entirely: an alien from another planet, whose real name is Qea. The planets in the Octad are in danger of being overpopulated, so the Committee has rules that each family may only have two children and any children after that are deemed the result of unnatural lusts and are forbidden. Qea is just one of these many forbidden children. Circumstance has led her t [...]

    15. Actual Rating: 3.5 Stars!!!I got this book from the author, free of cost, in exchange of an honest review from my side.Firstly I would like to thank the author for giving me this opportunity of reading and reviewing this book.Well, this is a good sci-fi read and I enjoyed it to a great extent but to be honest at some places I just found myself at a total loss because it was hard for me to connect with the characters and the plot as well and the names are hard to pronounce and remember. I liked t [...]

    16. Blue Dust By Katy KrumpKerry Johnson aka Qea is living live on the run she has been taught how to mix in with her surroundings. What happens through out the rest of the book is Qea on the run and now she has a human male named Adam to keep safe also. First Earth than another planet that resembles a rainbow of colors. Qea is one of the forbidden children of the planet and is used to hiding and thinking while on the run. Now not only is her live or Adams life is jeopardy but numerous forbidden chi [...]

    17. what a rambling mess of a book. imagine a character who changes as does the scenario she finds herself in.Some good bits, such as the survival phase where the main character is trying to stay out of a very nasty, but everywhere kind kf bad guy.Goes downhill when it hits the destiny phase.Imagine lots of bits of Sci-fi/Fantasy plots spliced together and you'd not be far wrobg.Very lame ending. Why 3 stars? The writing itself is good for a good part of the book and the action phases grab the atten [...]

    18. With sci-fi being my 'I'll just rather avoid it altogether" genre, I must say that I did enjoy the book. The latter half of the book definitely picked up pace leaving me intrigued as to what will happen with Qea and Adam in the second book 'Destiny'

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