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review 2016-11-13 14:18
Isolation (Partials, #0.5) - Dan Wells

This wasn't my favorite in the Partials sequence, but it was very interesting and i enjoyed it.

 

*Review written on December 16, 2014.*

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review 2016-10-15 15:49
Partials - Dan Wells

I just finished Partials and i really enjoyed it. :) It was nice reading about a society that so values human life (except Haru). I did think it was a bit hard to believe that no adults in 11 years came up with the idea that 16-year-old Kira came up with after a few weeks(?) studying the virus. The medical/science details threatened to lose me a few times, but it never actually got so bad that i couldn't follow and it kept me interested. I'm looking forward to reading the next one.

 

*Review written on August 17, 2014.*

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quote 2015-11-15 10:05
" [...] la liberté est une responsabilité qui se mérite, pas un droit à l'irresponsabilité et à l'anarchie."
Partials - Dan Wells

Partials by Dan Wells

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review 2015-06-29 00:00
Partials
Partials - Dan Wells A fantastic post-apocalyptic world with characters that truly felt like real people. The people that were adults during the apocalypse had an entirely different worldview than the children who survived. No family was left untouched. Every parent lost a child, and no child's biological parent survived, that's how few survivors there were.

I loved that this felt YA without having annoying romance. Yes, Kira has a boyfriend and has to contemplate being forced to get pregnant due to the Hope Act. But he's his own individual, and doesn't just follow her around like a puppy, thankfully.

I absolutely love stories of unrealized allies, and this one has plenty to go around. And the mirroring of Samm's capture and helplessness under her (supposed) control with her later capture by his people was awesome.

I tore through this book. Loved it and highly recommend to other fans of post-apocalyptic fiction.
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review 2015-01-23 12:19
For Those Who Enjoy Post-Apocalyptic YA Fiction
Partials - Dan Wells

I listened to the audio version of this book. The reader, Julia Whelan, did a great job. I loved the story and the characters. Civilization is dying out. A cure to save babies from a terrible virus, created in a war 11 years ago, needs to be found. Kirra believes that she is the girl to cure the disease, but with political figures standing in her way, and the threat of another war, she must risk everything to find an enemy 'Partial' if she has any hope of saving mankind.
If you enjoy reading young adult books such as The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, Divergent or Blood Red Road, then I recommend you read Partials.

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