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)
Take Luxe and push it a century or so forward instead of back, and you'll have a bit of a taste of this. Social drama in a futuristic setting that tends toward the teen drama/soap opera side of the equation. It follows nearly a dozen teens, with more perspectives represented from the glamorous and...
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...
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