Publish date: April 26th 2011
Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
Series: Bumped (#1)
Another dystopian future sci-fi thing involving genders, so again with picking it up. I added this to Mt. TBR before there were a lot of reviews, and I don't hate myself for reading it, but I'm glad it was short and easy to read. It's written in an irritatingly ditzy teenage style, which is squa...
When a virus makes everyone over the age of eighteen infertile, would-be parents pay teen girls to conceive and give birth to their children, making teens the most prized members of society. Girls sport fake baby bumps and the school cafeteria stocks folic-acid-infused food. Sixteen-year-old identic...
Hey, didja know I'm deconstructing this for the Lantern? You can find my posts here . This is a CD cover for one of Korn's albums. I'm putting it up here because it adequately describes the feelings this book brought up for me.Disclaimer: I love Megan McCafferty's books. This review may be biased.Yo...
This book had way too much preaching in my opinion. I've always hated it when religious people shove God in your face, which Harmony's character did a lot. However, other than that it was a great book with a great and unique plot. :)
"I was matched with the Jaydens, who put in a very strong bid: full college tuition, a Volkswagen Plug, and a postpartum tummy trim. […] It’s hard to believe now, but this was a pretty radical decision at the time. Though popular in major cities on the coasts, going pro was still kind of a down-mark...