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Numbers Game (Numbers Game Saga) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 16, 2015
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REBECCA RODE is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of the Numbers Game trilogy, the Ember in Space series, and numerous novellas. Rebecca is also a freelance journalist. Her articles have appeared in Deseret News, KSL.com, FamilyShare, and Provo Daily Herald, but her true love is writing for teenagers. She has four children, two cats, one husband, and a ridiculous number of books. Visit her at AuthorRebeccaRode.com.
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So why did I love this. First I found the premise intriguing that everyone is given a number based on what they have done. The numbers then fall into classes (green, yellow and red) which essentially become the upper, middle and lower class. These classes then control virtually all aspects of your life. As a side note, most countries have a credit worthiness number. China may be taking the next step in the direction of the Numbers Game with the new omnipotent "social credit" system they are building to rate each citizen's trustworthiness.
I also felt comfortable with and was able to root for the h and H. Both of them had their world turned upside down and after some struggles adapting were able to come out fighting. The story may be a tad formulaic and the evil characters outright evil without shades of gray, but in the end personally loved the story and couldn't wait to read the continuation. So if you enjoy YA dystopian fiction with a touch of clean romance I recommend Numbers Game.
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3.5 Stars out of 5
This was an interesting story and with society giving us numbers and passwords for everything these days it is not that much of a...Read more