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by Mary E. Pearson
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SweetKleis Reads and Writes!
SweetKleis Reads and Writes! rated it 5 years ago
Hmmm... I'm actually going to go with 2.5 stars.I foubd this read horribly repetitive. It was Anger. anger. anger. Then guilt. guilt. guilt. More Anger. BETRAYAL! self-pity. self-pity. EMPOWERMENT!Shit was bananas. And then kinda boring. What I really did not like was how everyone went around pre...
debzbookshelf rated it 5 years ago
Jenna Fox would've been better off alone. That book was perfect, and this was far from it. Not that this was bad at all, but it seemed so trivial after something so powerful and unique. There was added mystery and the development of Locke and Kara after 260 was interesting, but I still just couldn't...
kathymartin9237 rated it 5 years ago
This sequel to THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX takes place 260 after the events of that story and are told form Locke's point of view. He and Kara have been removed from the black boxes where they spent those years and given strong, healthy new bodies. Locke is wondering when the doctor who did the proce...
Sparkles and Lightning
Sparkles and Lightning rated it 5 years ago
Review maybe to come
Today in Jen's Library
Today in Jen's Library rated it 5 years ago
This was a nice sequel, with much more action intertwined with a fair amount of internal angst. While I loved all the introspection of the first book, this had a bit less and a lot more adventure.I did like the characters. Even though I didn't really get Kara and the way she threw herself off tha...
JennieBasset rated it 6 years ago
Putting this back on the to-read shelf. I'll come back around to it someday but it's not holding my interest right now.
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 6 years ago
NOTE: It isn't imperative that you read THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX before you read this book, but you might have a better understanding if you do.Once upon a time, three friends, Jenna, Locke, and Kara, were in a terrible car crash. The accident left their bodies damaged beyond repair. For Jenna, t...
Dichotomygirl rated it 6 years ago
A companion novel to The Adoration of Jenna Fox, interesting, but not quite as compelling as the first book. (It's hard to give a good review to this book, without accidentally giving spoilers of the first book)
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 6 years ago
I really liked the first book, which I found both believable and moving. I was less enamored of this one, partly because it takes place further in the future and so it loses that edge of almost-reality. [Nov. 2011]
Reading Teen
Reading Teen rated it 7 years ago
I feel about this book the way I felt about the audio. It was just ok. I was kind of disappointed because I really liked The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Here are the things I didn't care for:-There was too much internal dialog. Most of the book was Locke talking to himself about his life, his though...
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