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Don't read the last page before you finish reading the book...very good and easy reading.
Books like this don't generally have sequels, but I for one really want to know what comes next in these characters' lives.
The main problem I had with the book was that all of the characters were very one-dimensional.
I found it to be poorly written with things thrown in just to further the plot. Though an interesting idea, a disappointing read. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Lauren Fogerty
The genre "chick lit" is usually enough to deter me from reading a book, because the formula tends to be the same- a tedious woman I cannot relate to, who is usually... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Christine
This book had me glued to its pages. I lost sleep and couldn't stop thinking about it. It was wonderfully written and allowed a dialogue in my mind about how so many believe only... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jennifer Bennett
Hannah Payne has now been chromed - a process to punish people while alleviating the pressure on the jail system - for the abortion of a child she conceived while sleeping with her... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Crystal Starr Light
I saw this one at the library and it looked like 'my kinda book' since I really enjoy "futuristic society gone wrong" themes. Unfortunately, this one was just too full of crap. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Dawnee
I never liked The Scarlet Letter, read it for school and then vowed never to read it again. My husband said the exact same thing, but yet, I still gave him this book and told him... Read morePublished 1 month ago by heather
I couldn't stop listening to this book! Borrowing themes from Handmaidens Tale and The Scarlet Letter, I found Hannah a compelling character. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trish
I read this book and loved it so much I bought this as a gift for my mother.
I've read both books by Hillary Jordan and recommend them both.
I really enjoyed this near-future take on the Scarlet Letter. It a frightful scenario. It's very well written and engaging.Published 1 month ago by J Crabtree