Birthmarked (Birthmarked #1)
Publish date: March 30th 2010
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Pages no: 277
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Well, it was ok. I was a little bit tired of the heavy topics and angsty plots in m/m, so I decided to read something..erm.. lighter. The fist installment of Birthmarked serie was simply ok.
I know, I read entirely too much dystopia sometimes, but it's been awhile at least!! I was a bit skeptical going into this one, but I ended up really enjoying it! I guess I just enjoy dystopias too much. My husband doesn't understand at all, every time I'm reading a book and say that it's a dystopi...
Birthmarked was one of the best dystopian books I have read in a long time. I had had my eye on this one for a while and kept putting it off for unknown reasons. I'm not sure why because I had heard pretty good things about it and I am a dystopian-aholic. So when I made my last group of ten I jus...
edit: Rezension deutsch ---> Caragh M. O’Brien – Die Stadt der verschwundenen Kinder (Birthmarked #1)it's almost three months since i finished this book o.O still i try to put my thoughts together...birthmarked is another dystopian story that sucked me right in. we meet gaia, 16 years old midwife, w...
I love this book, it is utterly fantastic. Not like most other dystopian YA novels out there. It comes from the perspective of a teenage midwife, who has to "advance" 3 babies each month. I love the unique ideas and story, as well as the fantastic characters. The romance was subtle and not instantan...