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I highly recommend this book to young adults and adults alike.
I've never understood the writing tool of "show, don't tell"--I felt that this book, even once the story picked up, showed too much and told too little.
The characters are very well drawn and Bacigalupi's writing is as good as he other books.
I had to read the book for a book group. I never have enjoyed science fiction. I know the book has received major awards but science fiction is not my genera. Read morePublished 18 days ago by darlene marrazzo
Really enjoyed this book- my daughter had to read it as a summer assignment & she had a hard time getting into it at first so we read it together & after the 3rd chapter we were... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Pamela L. Jackson
There's a lot of YA dystopian fiction out there. Ship Breaker represents some of the best. It's a compelling story with interesting characters set in a bleak future America.Published 27 days ago by johnchris
This was a great book I loved everything about it. How Nailer saves lucky girls life and much more. I would recommend this book to anyone above the age of 13 because of some swears... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Chaz wern
The choice is one we make every day: do we stay honest and help others or are we willing to kill to get ahead no matter what? Read morePublished 29 days ago by Andreea Pausan
So good. A must read. It's that freaking good. Awesomeness
Has some suspense, violence and cussing but so good. Awesomeness.
I liked the thrilling storyline involving Nailer, his drug-addicted father and Nita. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in shipwrecks.Published 1 month ago by Efose