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PDF ☆ Birthmarked  Caragh M. O'Brien In the future in a world baked dry by the harsh sun there are those who live inside the walled Enclave and those like sixteen year old Gaia Stone who live outside Following in her mother's footsteps Gaia has becom the fact that i can't think of a single thing to say about this book should be review enough right? and yet that could be misconstrued as one of those if you don't have anything nice to say remarks and that's not it it was a good read i am just having difficulty saying anything interesting tonighti will just sit here and hope the votes pour in without any effort on my partyes??no??okay i will give it a go yes yes it is another YA dystopia half of you have officially tuned out and the idea has potential but it is another construct that collapses if you start to scrutinize it if you play the this is the way it is and just shut up and read it game it is a fine story i have lost half of the remaining halfand it won a rhode island teen book award which is extremely prestigious shhhh them's my people i am just grasping at straws i don't know man it isn't terrible but if you have other things to read i would read those things first some dude let me borrow this and even though he hasn't read it and i shouldn't feel guilty i do thanks for the candy thoughand i am still interested in reading the continuation like i said it has potential and there are at least two major uestions left unanswered and i have curiositiesi think i am probably just not in the review writing mood but a lot of it is how little impression this book left upon me so we are both to blamefincome to my blog

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FREE PDF Å BOOK Birthmarked ¸ [KINDLE] ❆ Birthmarked Author Caragh M. O'Brien – In the future in a world baked dry by the harsh sun there are those who live inside the walled Enclave and those like sixteen year old Gaia Stone who live outside Following in her mother's footsteps G In the future in a world baked dry by the E a midwife delivering babies in the world outside the wall and handing a uota over to be advanced into the privileged society of the Enclave Gaia has always believed this is her duty until the night her mother an I wanted to like this book I really did The premise seemed really interesting but the book just fell flat Gaia was just boring and the rest of the characters were flat and underdeveloped I honestly didn't understand why everyone was risking their life to help her because she wasn't inspiring and her cause for the most part helped only her no one else saving her parents I also didn't understand the need to separate the people from the Enclave and those outside the wall since the Enclave readily accepted babies from outside the wall and the Enclave wanted to diversify their genetics None of the choices made by the Enclave or any of the characters made any sense at all it was like everyone walked around with blinders on I didn't even understand the need for the secret notes on the babies' births since the Enclave had the technology for genetic testing Why would the Enclave care if people kept notes on who the babies' parents were if none of those children wanted to leave the Enclave anyway? Also the people inside the Enclave wanted to have children together knowing they are related and they have a high chance of having a baby that will die at a young age? Why? I couldn't even believe the actions of people who weren't even main characters that's how weak this book was

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BirthmarkedD father are arrested by the very people they so loyally serve Now Gaia is forced to uestion everything she has been taught but her choice is simple enter the world of the Enclave to rescue her parents or die tryi Words fail to adeuately describe how astonishingly completely Caragh O’Brien drew me into Gaia’s dystopian world in this debut YA novel Holy cow BIRTHMARKED is a layered and action packed dystopian treat that just might satisfy readers eagerly awaiting the third and final installment of The Hunger Games seriesI am absolutely bowled over by how well written this book is Caragh O’Brien presents us with interesting characters that we want to follow through all their suspenseful adventures and encounters From Gaia the determined “everywoman” protagonist to the alluring and uietly troubled Captain Gray to everyone who helps or harms Gaia along the wayall are engaging and three dimensional to capture our attention from the start and hold on throughoutA dystopian novel is nothing without a well executed and faithfully imagined world gone wrong Luckily Gaia’s world is one of the best I’ve read about in a long time high up there with Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games and Maria Snyder’s Poison Study BIRTHMARKED starts with a bang in the first chapter and never lets up There’s plenty of mystery code breaking narrow escapes and running to satisfy fans of action and adventure and it’s all wrapped within a fully realized dystopiaI don’t think my review was enough to express my admiration of and love for this book but rest assured that if this sounds even mildly interesting to you then you will NOT be able to put it down