Publish date: February 6th 2014
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Pages no: 384
Series: Archetype (#1)
Initial reaction: I'll admit I enjoyed so much of this novel, and I felt for Emma's experiences throughout the novel. Sci-fi mystery/futuristic thriller with quite a few WTF moments.Full review:"Archetype" might be one of my favorite stories of recent memory for the kind of story it portrays. There ...
Archetype is a sci-fi dystopian novel with memory loss, romance, a resistance movement, and a strong heroine. It is an excellent book and a new personal favorite. Any review I would write at this point will not do it justice, and is difficult to write without spoilers. So instead, here is a list...
This book made me so happy! These are the types of books that I look for and can rarely ever find. It is different, mysterious and suspenseful. I stayed awake reading Archetype until 4:30 this morning because I couldn't put it down. It was freaking fantastic.The first half of the book was very i...
Emma Burke has amnesia, and in science fiction that can only mean one thing: her memory has seemingly been erased, because nothing is ever an accident. But fragments are returning: times of relationship bliss, dangerous teenage years, and a revolutionary career. But these go against what she's been ...
This book was like the biggest mind-fuck I've ever been subjected to. God damn.
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