Author: Josie Jaffrey
From Goodreads: In a split-second, everything can change. In Legacy A, sunlight is a privilege. Miss a day of your assigned job, turn up late or misbehave, and your rank drops. Let your rank drop too low and you’ll be on the night shift for the rest of your life. Sarah’s heading straight for that final demotion when her phone starts showing her photos of things that haven’t happened yet: a building, blue tiles, and a man who’s more familiar than he should be. The only possible explanation is too crazy to contemplate.
Snapshot is such a gripping short story from Josie Jaffrey. Set in a really interesting dystopian world exploring the rebellious nature of humans, how societies when constructed even with the best of intentions can become corrupt. This is really well paced, thought out and like all good short stories leaves you with a world to ponder about. I really loved how the two time lines we followed converged and the twist at the end was great
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I was just looking at this – I must add it to my TBR pile!
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