Ring The Bell | Review

Title: Ring The Bell
Author: Josie Jaffrey
Pages: 31 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Silver Sun Books
Release date: 1 October 2020
Rating: ★★★★


Scale the mountain. Ring the bell. Buy your freedom. Or trade the prize to change the world.
Mia’s life is defined by the Surge. The race comes every five years, and she’s determined to win it. She’ll make it to the top first, ring the bell and set her family free.
But victory comes at a price. The faster she runs, the more people she’ll condemn to death in the valley below.
In Unterstrom, only the strongest survive.

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This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Josie Jaffrey!

Ring The Bell is a standalone Dystopian short story about Mia.

I’m not always the biggest fan of short stories but I think that Josie Jaffrey did an amazing job with this one! While reading, I was a bit afraid that we weren’t going to get a proper ending, I wasn’t sure how the short story was going to end, but I really liked the ending and the short story in general.

I think short stories are always a hit or a miss. There’s usually not enough information or it feels rushed, but I don’t have this feeling with Ring The Bell. I think that Ring The Bell was such an interesting story and I really liked that we got to see the full story of Mia. 

Ring The Bell was such a good Dystopian short story and I really liked reading it. I think I’d definitely read a full version of this story or about this world, because the concept is so interesting. I had some The Hunger Games/The Maze Runner vibes, and I loved it! I really recommend Ring The Bell if you’re looking for a good Dystopian short story!