- File Size: 3184 KB
- Print Length: 195 pages
- Publication Date: February 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XCXB6YK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #921,502 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The entire time I felt a tad rushed reading the book. There was always some sense of urgency but once you finished a chapter you realized nothing really noteworthy has happened. There were a few chapters where something actually happened, but besides those few, the book pretty much based about the group of individuals who found each other from the project 99, where each kept complaining about how they had to find out who they are and couldn't focus on anything else. I get it, something like it would be a huge impact in your life, but it was a constant wine about it, so much so that the plot fell short and could have been pretty much summarize in a few pages.
you kind of get the idea of what project 99 is, and what 100 will be but have no idea what project 98 and any prior ones were. I wish the author would have focused more on the actual plot instead of the constant internal monologues on how each of the characters couldn't do anything but try to figure out "who they are" and "what they are". Considering how much the author focused on the characters, none of them showed any kind of development throughout.
As I said in the beginning, the book had a lot of promise, but sadly fell flat for me.
Voluntary review of Advance Reader Copy. I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher.
Our group, slowly getting aware of their differences are: Ren Abernathy, cook, transgender, disowned by his family, Pam, black divorcee with children, whose daughter was hurt by Bradley Institute people to be an example of what could happen if they keep searching for their origins. The oldest of the group is Doug with three adult children, than there is Jackie - a pharmacist, students Nikhil, Indian gay, Crystal, a lesbian, youngest one in Misty, fourteen, with a dream of Olympic and finally Ash, sixteen, inventor, from a rich family, probably most intelligent of all.
This diverse group is looking for 'their' chimera, the one whose DNA make all of them kind of siblings.
What is going to happen when they find her? What can they do to find more? How dangerous it is to keep searching? What are going to be those changes everyone talks about? What happened with other people from Project 99? Why are they dying? How to stop Bradley Institute from going on experimenting with Project 100...
Too many questions and not enough answers.
Well, the book reads well, but even with series I prefer more answers, for a book to be more independent.