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Birthmarked (Birthmarked #1) - Community Reviews back

by Caragh M. O'Brien
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Yuki
Yuki rated it 9 years ago
Well, it was ok. I was a little bit tired of the heavy topics and angsty plots in m/m, so I decided to read something..erm.. lighter. The fist installment of Birthmarked serie was simply ok.
A Glo-Worm Reads
A Glo-Worm Reads rated it 9 years ago
I know, I read entirely too much dystopia sometimes, but it's been awhile at least!! I was a bit skeptical going into this one, but I ended up really enjoying it! I guess I just enjoy dystopias too much. My husband doesn't understand at all, every time I'm reading a book and say that it's a dystopi...
Andi's ABCs
Andi's ABCs rated it 10 years ago
Birthmarked was one of the best dystopian books I have read in a long time. I had had my eye on this one for a while and kept putting it off for unknown reasons. I'm not sure why because I had heard pretty good things about it and I am a dystopian-aholic. So when I made my last group of ten I jus...
AnjaIsReading
AnjaIsReading rated it 10 years ago
edit: Rezension deutsch ---> Caragh M. O’Brien – Die Stadt der verschwundenen Kinder (Birthmarked #1)it's almost three months since i finished this book o.O still i try to put my thoughts together...birthmarked is another dystopian story that sucked me right in. we meet gaia, 16 years old midwife, w...
Stacks on Stacks on Stacks
Stacks on Stacks on Stacks rated it 10 years ago
I love this book, it is utterly fantastic. Not like most other dystopian YA novels out there. It comes from the perspective of a teenage midwife, who has to "advance" 3 babies each month. I love the unique ideas and story, as well as the fantastic characters. The romance was subtle and not instantan...
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