This is an important week in the future of the world. No, the world is not scheduled to end this week – BUT it is Teen Read Week (or TRW) and what’s more important to the future of the world than the future leaders of the world?

It has been said many times that a person is what he/she reads. There are many shelves and eReaders full of books for young adults to sift through. Some of them are so poorly written and thrown together that they should be avoided at all costs. So once you have gone through the stacks of unreadable stuff you are still left with piles of possibilities. Out of those piles what do you choose; a story for pure entertainment or those that hold valuable life lessons? OR, how about choosing a book with the best of both worlds? There is nothing more torturous than plodding through a dry, preachy book about the best way to do this or that.

The most compelling books are those that are high entertainment while holding valuable insight, and those are the books Master Koda gets excited about.

Today we feature one such book. High entertainment that has the reader gripping the edge of their seat with each twist and turn while asking the reader to wake up to the world around them.

Digitus 233 –


The story of a group of teens caught in a web of deceit.  Will they break free of the world’s controlling power or are they doomed to die trying?

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This knocked The Hunger Games right out of the running for me (and that’s one of my favorites!) Dominque Goodall – author of Echoes of Winter

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The story reminded me of life. Every moment is either a crisis or an opportunity… I’m not about to spoil the surprise ending, but hang onto that chair ~ Jan Verhoeff author and internet marketer

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I wish this book had been around when I was teaching reluctant readers! ~ Anne M. Slanina author of the Annie Mouse Series

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All I’ve gotta say is this: KD – you’d better get the sequel written pretty darn quickly…!! ~ Liberty Mason

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Kudos to K.D. Emerson for leading readers through twists and turns without getting us lost. Digitus 233 will thrill YA readers while causing them to think about the current state of the world. As a teacher, I highly recommend this book… ~ S. L. Wallace author of Canvas Skies

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No matter if you are a teen or adult, if you enjoy reading a tightly written book with dynamic characters this book is one you don’t want to pass up (especially while it is on sale for just 99¢)!

Grab it here for a wild ride:

Or in the UK: