One year ago Lia Kahn died. A few days later she woke up.
She had a new body: mechanical, unfeeling, inhuman. She had a new family: mechs like her, who didn’t judge her for what she could no longer be. She had a new life, one that would last forever.
At least, it was supposed to. But now everything Lia thought she knew has turned out to be a lie; everyone she thought she loved has been stolen away. And someone is trying to get rid of the mechs, once and for all.
Lia will risk everything to save herself and the people she can’t live without. But not before facing one final truth: She can’t save everyone.
This series had an interesting concept and I was eager to read this book after the first 2, but, the ending really fell flat with me....
Very predictable at times and the conclusion just left me with questions.
If you could sum up Wired in three words, what would they be?
Adventure filled, futuristic, engaging
Who was your favorite character and why?
Which character – as performed by Kate Reinders – was your favorite?
Lia Kahn, i could picture her saying and doing things.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
At the end, when she decided to give up her life for the good of everyone else
The ending is terrible, basically a poster child for a world run by worst elements of humanity; a rule by a single person, the oppressed raising to leadership over the oppressors, and absolute power consolidated to one entity. That this book would be run as a Children's book is terrifying. That kids might come away thinking everything would be perfect if only they could run the world alone.
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