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This is obviously more geared towards the young adult audience, a term that hasn't applied to me for a couple of decades at least, but I've never let that label get in the way of enjoying a good story.
The writing was compelling despite being geared towards the young adult market, and the character development was very engaging.
I generally prefer longer novels in this genre, but this was just plain fun to read. Enough so that I went and bought this author's second novel, and am awaiting his upcoming third.
I recommend this to any young adult reader, but also to any adult reader who is still young at heart, and enjoys the dystopian genre that The Hunger Games seems to have helped bring into popularity right now.
I wished there was more when I finished it. Thanks for such a great read!
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I love this story so much that I kept it on my Kindle and read it again. And yes...I still have it. :-)Published 22 months ago by T. Woodard
Geared towards young teenager girls. This fast paced easy flowing book will sweep you up.
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I absolutely loved this book. Very interesting, beautifully written, intriguing characters, and a good story. I can't wait to read the next one!Published on July 13, 2013 by C. Hamilton
Considering our recent near miss with the astroid streaking by within the sattellite belt and the meteorite strike in Russia, along with tensions in Korea the author paints a very... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by AmyCQ
I could not stop reading this. It is amazingly written and is a fascinating story. I feel a bit like I lost something special now that I have finished it.Published on August 4, 2012 by Ariadne
I think people who like sci-fi would absolutely love this book :) I never really liked this kind of genre but I have to admit I was pretty hooked :)Published on July 31, 2012 by s.good
So rare to find an author who doesn't tie up all the loose ends, who lets the plot flow naturally even if some main characters go missing (presumed dead) and who is willing to let... Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by Hard2Please
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