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After following Hund on his facebook page and looking through his website, I was mostly intrigued with the contest he held that the first seven reviewers would have their names somehow mentioned in his next novel. Now, as I read through the characters and places (in the Dream Between series), I am able to relate some of those names to those who have reviewed this book. Very interesting.
If you like adventure and dystopian society; something that makes you think and really pay attention--you would like this book.
Definitely would recommended to anyone who enjoys a good story that they don't want to put down.
it was going and what would happen to Seven. I do feel like I missed something in the beginning.
I have not had time but definitely want to go back and read the first few chapters again.
I would like to read more books by M.S. Hund and will look forward to the next one published.
The author is incredibly descriptive in his prose making sure you have an incredibly clear picture of the world he has created. The people in the story jump off the page demanding your attention.
young adult if I had to chose a category, but I liked Seven much more than Katniss.