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I was hooked… until about halfway through. Then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

I have the main character and love interest to thank for that. Kyla was likable in the beginning, someone I could connect with, but I am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

Or, in Kyla’s case, ALL OF THE ABOVE.

The concept makes sense. I’m not saying I agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least I understood the world Kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

But the world-building does not expand. What you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. There is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

Fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. This author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. Kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

I’m pretty sure I would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books I had ever read, if I hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. And with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible I would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. Four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

PS. Did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i was hooked… until about halfway through. then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

blog the photo " loreto mexico, hospital " was uploaded by user bajajeff. I took only my youtube ipad to blogworld expo and it was light and easy to post updates with. I was hooked… until about halfway through. then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

blog to see hill give it away again on the very next play. I was hooked… until about halfway through. then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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They hold titles such as minister of finance, trade, justice and security in the self-proclaimed donetsk people's republic and luhansk people's republic in eastern ukraine. Signed by dwight david eisenhower, the executive order sets standard dimensions for the flag and standard proportions and positions i was hooked… until about halfway through. then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

blog But the i was hooked… until about halfway through. then my interest started to dwindle considerably.

i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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i have the main character and love interest to thank for that. kyla was likable in the beginning, someone i could connect with, but i am tired of characters who believe and are told that they are ‘‘unique’’ or ‘‘different’’ or ‘‘special.’’

or, in kyla’s case, all of the above.

the concept makes sense. i’m not saying i agree with removing people’s memories, as an attempt to rid them of their terrorist thoughts and actions, but at least i understood the world kyla lives in, and my mixed opinions on the whole process of slating actually made me want to read more for once.

but the world-building does not expand. what you’re presented with in the beginning is basically all that you get. there is a mystery of a sort, so we do learn more about the history of slating, but this is in no way comparable to other, better, more complex dystopian series.

fortunately, the reading experience is enjoyable for the most part. this author’s writing is in no way impressive, but it is straight-forward and easy to follow. kyla is prone to sudden outbursts of emotions, which add a high degree of intensity to the story – and intensity is probably the number one winning element in a story for me.

i’m pretty sure i would have enjoyed this one more if it had been one of the first dystopian books i had ever read, if i hadn’t already been familiar with this genre’s tropes. and with a different main character and love interest, it’s possible i would have even loved this to pieces, because it is indeed intriguing. four stars for the first half and two for the second half.

ps. did we need a vampire on the cover?

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