Publish date: 2011-03-22
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Before and after reading this book, I've seen a lot of mixed reviews, calling this book inappropriate for Young Adult. First off, I want to point out that the author does not get to pick where her book is marketed to, that is up to the publisher, so do not get mad at Lauren. Second of all. though th...
In this dystopian universe females only live to be 20 years old and males live to be 25 before a mysterious virus kills them. Caused by a failed experiment to create a more perfect human race, only those of the first generation are immune to this virus, and live to see old age.Young girls are disapp...
The first time I tried to read this book I was tired of the whole dystopian YA novels. Having this told in first person grated on me, but like a wise woman I put the book aside and decided to read it again at a later date. It is a good thing I did. On a day where I was cold and not feeling well this...
This book has an interesting concept: In a future world, something has gone wrong genetics wise and people die young. Girls at 20 and boys at 25, unless you're born a first generation in which you case you live like us now. I was intrigued as to where the storyline was going to go. And it didn't r...
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