This was an amazing Young Adult novel... strong characters, gripping story, great narrator. Ann Aguirre really knows how to keep a reader going. Very gripping.
The development of friendships and the way the characters learn to problem solve
Teagan. She never gave up
She imparts emotions and her voice gives life to each one of the characters
I was very hesitant when I first began this book. I didn't like the beginning and the voice actresses voice is a little different. Towards the middle it started to pick up and I started to enjoy this little read!
The story is good but the narrators voice doesnt match the words and tone of the story, its alittle off putting. I would recommend reading the book rather than listening to it. Im excited to get the next and see where the story goes!
Overall I found Enclave to be worth the time it took to get through it. Which when you're offering up 7 plus hours of your life to a book, I think that is a compliment.
This is by no account the most well written YA book I've read. But it is not offensive or painful to get through. It drags in parts, it's character development is rather shallow, and it does not live up to its potential. On the other hand, it has a lot of imagination. A lot of people have created some very similar dystopian societies and I love finding one that I don't feel as though I have visited before. I won't pick apart the book any further. I will just say give it a try and leave it at that.