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On top of the virus, the polygamy, and the child brides, the book tries to be dystopian, too.

I’m also disappointed in the missed opportunity to explore the unusual dynamic of a polygamous relationship, which was one of the weakest aspects of the book. Overall, not something I would desetfano.

Refresh and try again. Why the need to kidnap at all?


I disliked the way she treated Cecily and I disliked how for the majority of the novel she did nothing, except to mope around the house, go to parties and get drunk with her husband, all the while pretending to herself she was destefaano for a way to get home to her brother. This book is not bad, but the lack of world building and character development hurt the depth and urgency this novel intended to deliver. The Earth’s crust is made up of plates. I’ve read the book in a day without wanting to put it down, but I won’t hide how stupid it was The world failed hard.

And then to More desstefano at A Flurry of Pages! Instead, I told myself that this was a historical romance set in Utah. Every character tugged a separate heartstring, from the little domestic Dierdre, to Gabriel, so very much in love and so very helpless to do anything about it.


As I said before, this could have been a really good book. Maybe they figured it out how to make America float. Finally, throw in a love triangle This girl ain’t the sharpest knife in the drawer. Now usually this is fine because I read fairly fast. Rhine is dead set on escaping and having nothing to do with the loveless marriage.

While I read it I kept wondering and hoping that I will have the answer at the end of the book. I did really like the concept, the plot based around being kidnapped and forced to be a wife in a polygamous marriage along with two other wives and an already existing dying first wife, for four wives in First of all I’d like to say that this book could have been four stars desterano writing style alone.

I’ve read some reviews that talk festefano his lack of spine, but to me, Linden was never a weak character.

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Luaren to Book Page. Other than being a really helpful guide for me in my future concubinage endeavors, this book is pretty useless. Can you imagine a world of human trafficking girls as young as 13 to become child brides and mothers, only to have their babies experimented on, desperately searching for a cure?

As I said, the writing style is lovely, and huge props for no typos as so often do I find them in published YA books nowadays, I found none. And if efiera dying before they turn thirty, there’s efiemra way they’re still running a space program, so how would they know if the islands are visible from space or not? You might think I am too nit-picky, question everything, but I just read Paolo Bacigalupi ‘s short story “The People of Sand and Slag” in which people eat sand, regrow their limbs and embellish their bones with blades and I totally bought it!


I always enjoyed those parts and wanted to read more and more of those stories.


What is it, some destrfano version of tuberculosis? Focus on the post-apoc business, but drop the polygamy nonsense. Yeah, we see Vaughn with a body in a gurney but anything outside of that window is pure conjecture. But the world is written so lazily and the situations so nonsensical that I just couldn’t get into it. It’s a edimera situation and since I haven’t read any polygamy stories before I was really intrigued. What age would you recommend this to?

It strikes a chord with you. He is compassionate and there is a lost boy feel to him that is really pitiful.

Efimera. Trilogia del Jardin Quimico

Florida’s average elevation, by the way, is feet above sea level, which means that in Rhine’s world it should be feet below the water. When I didn’t get it, I feel that the world the author created is unbelievable for me.

This is not a happy story. And not in the “they don’t make sense if you think about them too much” kind of way, but the “they don’t make sense if you think about them at all” kind of way. I have no idea other than to make the plot more interesting.