Mustang, OK, United States | Member Since 2007
Learn to think for yourself. How come I have never asked myself these questions? This book is so revealing.
This is another good book on the analogy of the US taking our freedom with out us ever questioning it.
When "she" learns the truth.
The ideas of the mark and not following the government blindly.
Easy to understand.
Explaining about Logans sister.
This is a young persons read but the story is good but i think the next book will get better as the kids get older.
The story line and the charaters. The story is unreal but still beliveable and I loved trying to figure out who dunnit.
Charlie, she is such a teen and the author really shows it though she doesn't play a big part.
When Tash shows her loyalty to her bestfriend to save her from harm.
I laughed out loud sometimes when the counciler and the ex cop bantered.
Give the reader some time to understand. He's good.
You really have to look for who done it.
The Irish doctor.
I love Louise Penny's writing.
Yes I love the different voices.
No. Not that I know of,
Yes. I've read the whole series and I needed to know the begining.
Not usually my kind of book but it is really interesting.
Can you test death?
Government control, upper class control and lower class opening their eyes.
When he learns the girls sign a contract to let him do anything to them and they can't say no. He is in disbelief.
Does the government control your future?
A good story with a good twist.
Not the ending but close.
Who are you, really? No one know who anyone is anymore.
A really interesting sci fi. I loved it, but I love all young adult sic fi books.
I don't usually figure out the ending until the end. I was surprised this one was so simple.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.