Power Divided by S. Behr

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

I love a good dystopian story, and this book had that plus great characters and a mix of magic that had e totally entranced!

The magical powers that these characters have were exciting, and I loved learning about them. It’s a magical system that was easy to understand, which I always appreciate! The story begins with an accidental use of powers, and it gripped me from the first line!

The writing is wonderful, and created an excellent world to delve into. This is the first book in the series, and I am looking forward to jumping into this story more with book 2!

Overall I thought this book had a fabulous story with an awesome female MC, and an exciting plot that made it hard to step away from!

To Read or Not To Read:

I would recommend Power Divided for readers that enjoy young adult fiction in a dystopian/post-apoc setting. Readers that enjoy a magical element will be delighted!

Where to Find This Book:

Power Divided by S. Behr is available at these sites:

Goodreads ~ Amazon ~ Kindle ~ B&N ~ Kobo


A runaway princess with elemental powers stumbles upon a thousands-year-old archive of ancient tech that will forever change her utopian kingdom.

The citizens of Amera are blessed with a range of extraordinary powers ¬– from telepathy and healing to growing plants and breathing under water. As descendants of genetically modified humans desperate to survive an ice age, Amerans have built a peaceful, prosperous kingdom uniting nine realms, each with their own king and queen.

Violet is a princess of Neyr, the third of the nine realms of Amera, living in the transformed ruins of ancient New York City, high up in the reborn Chrysler building. Born into Neyr’s talented ruling family, she struggles to show evidence of any special power herself. Raised by one of the most powerful healers in Ameran history, Violet wants more than anything to pass her Criterion, a test all citizens must take to prove they are worthy and to find their place in society. But when her powers explode to catastrophic effect in front of her entire court, she runs from the unthinkable damage and misery she has caused.

In her desperate escape, Violet stumbles upon an incredible archive of ancient knowledge and awakens Hailey, an artificial intelligence relic who reveals hidden truths that could be the key to her return home.
But when the sanctuary of the Amera is threatened by humans, old enemies of Amera who live in violent colonies beyond Amera’s borders, Violet must master her burgeoning powers and find a way to protect her idyllic kingdom from the outside world.

A thrilling, action-packed blend of Young Adult fantasy and post-apocalyptic science fiction. Perfect for fans of the Lunar Chronicles and Shatter Me series.

Just the Facts:

Power Divided by S. Behr
Series: The Evolutionaries, Book 1
Genre: YA Dystopian Fantasy
Page Count: 376 pages
Publisher: Independently Published
Pub Date: November 11, 2019

S. Behr is a true child of the world, born halfway around the globe she now resides in Texas with her husband and their family, and fur babies. Almost two decades as a professional photographer, featured in dozens of print features, covers, books for her work, she used her love of wedding photography and used into her career as an Author. Stephanie is a huge fan of Julie Kagawa, Marissa Meyer, Tahereh Mafi to name a few!

Author Links:
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