The Thousandth Floor
Jennifer Klonsky and Emilia Rhodes at HarperTeen have bought Katharine McGee's debut The Thousandth Floor in a preempt. Set in 2118, the trilogy follows the scandalous lives of teens in Manhattan's new 1000-story skyscraper. Set in the year 2118, taking place in a thousand-story supertower on... show more
Jennifer Klonsky and Emilia Rhodes at HarperTeen have bought Katharine McGee's debut The Thousandth Floor in a preempt. Set in 2118, the trilogy follows the scandalous lives of teens in Manhattan's new 1000-story skyscraper. Set in the year 2118, taking place in a thousand-story supertower on Manhattan's Upper East Side. When a young woman falls from the 1,000th floor, her
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: The Thousandth Floor (#1)
Welcome to Manhattan 2118. I knew I would like this book the second I read this line. I totally adore futuristic worlds and I love drama… and this book is full of it, trust me. I love how the book starts, you know something terrible is going to happen, but you do not know to whom. The further you ...
I do not want to read about siblings making out, even if they are step siblings - gross. This is a book with a lot of potential, the author can definitely write I just didn't like the story as a whole. Too many character, some gross factors and an ending that just felt bleak... Five teenagers, lot...
I've been debating on what to rate this because it's not a bad book in terms of the writing style, pacing and character development but it just wasn't for me but, hey I don't care to read about sibling incest. The whole story was primarily ya drama and character development of 5 wealthy and not-so-w...
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review The premise is that a thousandth-floor Tower has been built, in this case in New York, in which all our characters interact: the richer families live higher up, the poor down below. There are five main protagonists, four of whom ar...
Review: The Thousandth Floor I received a copy from Netgalley. There are some books you know you are going to love right from the first chapter. For me, this was one of those books. Rich people drama is a guilty pleasure of mine (even though I loathe reality TV). Though this is just what that bo...
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