Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
The Registry - Shannon Stoker
The Registry
by: (author)
3.29 70
Format: Digital
ISBN: 9780062271730 (0062271733)
ASIN: 0062271733
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Community Reviews
Diva Booknerd
Diva Booknerd rated it
The registry is set in a dystopian America, where men are forced to serve in the armed services and girls are sold as slave wives, expected to serve her husband with no life of her own. Mia is painted as a female revolutionary, fleeing the unjust system, but unfortunately she wasn't convincing. Brav...
What Danielle Did Next
What Danielle Did Next rated it
2.0 The Registry
DNF at 22%I had high hopes for The Registry but unfortunately they didn't pan out. I loved the idea of The Registry, I thought it fit the dystopian mould well but the execution was poor. I didn't connect with the characters, Mia seemed the most likable from what I read but her parents, Andrew and Gr...
The Book Addict's Ramblings Book Blog
The Book Addict's Ramblings Book Blog rated it
I love dystopian science fiction, I don't care how many holes there are plot wise, I will still most likely enjoy the book. Usually, I find with "breeder" type dystopian there is a lot of holes or they just aren't eloquently executed. Sometimes authors just don't take the time to tell us how society...
Blkosiner's Book Blog
Blkosiner's Book Blog rated it
I couldn't stop reading the Registry while Mia is rising above the oppression of women, and her travelign companion Andrew is making the of himself where boys are forced into military service, and love isn't a factor in marriage. The Registry started with a bang and automatically got me on Mia's...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
4.0 The Registry
The Registry is set in a dystopian America. The internet is filled with American propaganda. The boys are largely thrown out by their parents and forced to fend on their own. Girls are raised by their parents and are little more than commodities. On their 18th birthday, girls are placed on somet...
On shelves
Share this Book
Need help?