FORT SMITH, AR, United States | Member Since 2012
Well, I liked her accent but it was hard to understand her and it took a while to get used to her style.
Tender hearted prude meets hot blooded horseman.
A bit slow to get going.
Powerful, enlightening, and exciting!
When Hana and Lena reunite. The tension and differences between the two characters were electric.
Any scene with Alex and Lena. It was such painful misery to see those two. A love triangle in the Dystopian age.
Never give up on love!
I loved this series and I am sad to see them completed. I am happy to know that she wrote short stories about Anabelle and Hana they are available on e book only. I still have something to read. I read this series with hesitation, but I think that Oliver is an amazing author that transports you into the hearts of the characters. She leaves you with something to chew on with every chapter. This book has many connections to the things that are going on today and it is frightening to think about in this context. Oliver, I can't wait to see your next novel. Thanks for creating such believable and memorable characters. The performance by Sara Drew was amazing as well. She really gets into each character and it is so believable. You could tell that she enjoys what she does it really shows in tis performance.
THINK! THINK! THINK!
Violet because she is a tragic hero.
The end, when Titus sees the light, but them goes back to the Feed.
also... "Chip in my head better of dead..."
This book has a eerie feel to it like it was writing our future if we don't stop our obsession with technology. I read this with my high school students and it made them ponder how they were living their lives. I hope it had an impact on them.
Hate list because it deals with teen violence. Also the movie/ book bowling for Columbine.
It made me cry. It opened my eyes to what really happened and all the things that happened after. It is extremely relevant for any parent, teacher, and American.
Even though this book is non fiction it reads like a well crafted story. If you like non fiction or fiction you will be happy.
#1 in audio performance Sara Drew captures the spirit of Lena.
1984, Hunger Games Series, Feed
Her voice is the voice of teen angst.
Laugh and cry?
This book will keep you on the edge and leave you wanting more immediately!
I loved Cliff. He was so manly and believable. He was intense without being a stereotypical male romance type.
No, but I loved his voice. It was nice to listen to.
Adventure, romance, and love with a pirate twist.
Joyce got me again!
Yes, very well produced. Good quality.
Lily and August. Lily because she tranforms her life in one summer and becomes a strong woman. August because she is like a Queen bee who takes care of every one.
Great! She embodies Lily. Her accent and tone are spot on with what I heard in my head when I read the book the first time. I played it for my 11th grade class and they said the same thing.
Cry... I won't tell why.
Excellent read for a tranformation story set in the time of extreme racism. The book will make you want to eat honey so have some on hand.
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