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M.T. Anderson
M. T. Anderson is the author of The Game of Sunken Places, Burger Wuss, Thirsty, and Feed, which was a finalist for the National Book Award, a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book and the winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Fiction. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts. show more

M. T. Anderson is the author of The Game of Sunken Places, Burger Wuss, Thirsty, and Feed, which was a finalist for the National Book Award, a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book and the winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Fiction. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Birth date: November 04, 1968
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 1 year ago
2.5 starsI think I was the wrong audience for this book since it's really for younger readers. Often I like those types of stories, but the characters in Feed were annoying to me. I do still recommend it to younger readers. Everything is so in your face which is really what the book is about. In...
danae
danae rated it 1 year ago
Intriguing idea; poor execution. I was SO BORED. There's even a section toward the end made up entirely of letters to and from random characters no one cares about that only occasionally mention any characters we know. WHY??? I will not be continuing this series.
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it 1 year ago
This seminal teen dystopia has been on my TBR forever (maybe since it was published?) and thanks to my book club I finally got it checked off!I always find it a little refreshing to read "old school" teen dystopias, before the formula of singular teen who realizes the evil of "the system" and vows t...
Figgy O'Connell
Figgy O'Connell rated it 2 years ago
Review to come.
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 2 years ago
3.5 starsI never knew what the Soviet Union went through around WWII. This was almost like an apocalyptic read, with all the horrors they lived. And the kicker is that it’s true.
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