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Do not confuse this with the other shades of gray. This is a futuristic society novel that is interesting and creative. A book you won't forget.Published 17 days ago by Marijo
If Douglas Adams and Kurt Vonnegut had a baby and he grew up to write even more snarky cultural critique. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Dawn Sampson Beresford
one of my favorite books!
i bought copies for all of my friends this year.
waiting as patiently as possible for another instalment.
Amazing world building, but a bit of a slow story but still fascinating most of characters personalities are boring but in a way that may also be apart of the story linePublished 1 month ago by khadijah wilson
Please don't confuse this with 50 Shades of Grey. This book is wonderful; I hope the writer is planning to write another book to follow this.Published 1 month ago by Amy C
Jasper Fforde has an incredibly inventive mind. This story introduces a fascinating alternative reality.Published 2 months ago by gailengineer
Wasn't my favorite Fforde book. Was difficult to get into.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
In this book we get a glance at a future where color is what determines who and what you are and who you become. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James litchen