Title: The Generation
Author: Holly Cave
Published Date: February 28th 2015
Genre: Sci fi
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
ARE YOU WHO THEY SAY YOU ARE?
London, 2052. There’s an ID tag embedded in the flesh of your neck. Your every move is tracked. Your genes tell the State nearly everything about you.
Everything you are.
Everything you were.
Everything you will be.
For Freya, Kane, and the rest of this fledgling generation, the battle to break free of their genetic horoscopes will not be without bloodshed.
The Beginning feels too rushed and skips stuff that I think should have had a little more detail. However the ending was really good and I really liked it. I really liked that the story had all the intrigue and mystery to it as it was intriguing to read and to try to think about who was on the right side of what.
The characters were great as well and I really liked Freya. I really hope that they don’t tag us all like that in the future cause that would really suck!…lol
All in all it was an ok book and with a little work it could be great!
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