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Perfect Ruin (Internment Chronicles, #1) - Lauren DeStefano
Perfect Ruin (Internment Chronicles, #1)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780007541201 (0007541201)
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Internment Chronicles .5 (#1)
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As the page turns..
As the page turns.. rated it
4.0 "We're all living on borrowed time, on a floating city he allows in his domain with his clouds and his stars."
(buddy read with Hooked on Books)The first book of the trilogy introduces us to the land of Internment: a floating piece of Earth. That element alone made me want to read this book and I was not disappointed! The story takes place on this floating city, where a long list of rules are enforced to i...
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4.0 Floating City in the Sky...
First off, the covers for this series are just gorgeous! But what I fell in love with the most, was the concept -a floating city in the sky where you can be anything you want to be as long as you follow one rule. Don't go close to the edge! The world building was really unique and well thought out...
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3.0 Perfect Ruin by Lauren DeStefano
Bring on book 2!Mostly because the ending left me hanging so awful.... gawd.I've read good and bad reviews for this one before I read it, and I feel I fall in the middle somewhere. I liked the setting, kinda neat to think this other place but not planet living in the sky. Even cooler is how they got...
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3.5 Perfect Ruin
"Perfect Ruin" reminds me of post-apocalyptic/alternative reality movies, like the one with Justin Timberlake about people having a clock inside their arm that counts down how many days they have left. Just like these movies, the book offers a premise that sounds intriguing enough, leaving room for ...
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4.0 Perfect Ruin
Morgan Stockhour lives on Internment, a mysterious floating city with no connection to the world below. Ever since her older brother was injured approaching the edge, Morgan has tried not to think about what lies beyond the train tracks circling the city. However, when a girl from Morgan’s class is ...
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