Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Pages no: 296
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
You know what’s really needed in order for a Dystopian novel such as this one to succeed? Something has to be at stake, preferably something beyond shallow happiness. And I’m not even sure that was at stake in The Unidentified. This book just fell flat for me. The pace was all right, but the plot di...
It reminded me of Extras (the 4th book in the uglies trilogy) and in a weird way also the hunger games. I didnt exactly hate it, except for the ending. I got the feeling that the author just wanted to be done with it and skipped to the ending.
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The ending threw me off. It was good for the most part. Not my thing. I didn't really understand the point.
This dystopian book tackles privacy, social networking and consumerism. It has a fast pace and is set in a recognizable world in the future where corporate sponsors run school in abandoned shopping malls. The students rack up points and friends with the goal of becoming “branded” by a sponsor. This ...