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Logan Byrne
Logan Byrne is an author of young adult fiction. He currently resides in Northern Illinois, though has aspirations to move to a large city, one where most of his stories take place.If you want to know when he releases new books the very second they go live, sign up for his e-mail newsletter! ... show more
Logan Byrne is an author of young adult fiction. He currently resides in Northern Illinois, though has aspirations to move to a large city, one where most of his stories take place.If you want to know when he releases new books the very second they go live, sign up for his e-mail newsletter! It's free!loganbyrnebooks.com/subscribe
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The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 5 years ago
I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.Alexia Meyers is seventeen years old and lives in a dystopian future where the internet is no longer known as the internet it is now called the WorldNet. In the WorldNet people are physically connected to WorldNet. Well their b...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
This is a young-adult dystopian novel set in a future world where a failed revolution has caused the government to revert back to a highly controlled city state model that separates people into six zones based on their skills and traits. When children turn sixteen, they are sent to the headquarters ...
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words rated it 6 years ago
This book started off pretty good. I really liked the voice of the main character, Oliver. However, the further I got into the novel, the more I disliked it. There were a lot of individual issues that supremely bothered me—everything from grammar to irresponsible medical diagnoses—and that’s just th...
EmilySavant
EmilySavant rated it 6 years ago
Things I was going to say about A Million Little Snowflakes before that last chapter:I was going to talk about how, in the beginning, I related to this book. I remember being like that as a teenager. Just kind of sassy and misunderstood.I’ve never been suicidal, so Oliver’s feelings weren’t anything...
Midnight Addiction
Midnight Addiction rated it 6 years ago
“All through life, we were told never to be different. We needed to fit in with the popular kids and follow all of these trends like our lives depended on it if we planned on having any kind of happiness or social life. But sometimes, being different was good, and it meant being human.”Oliver Hurst'...
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