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Dylan Trull, December 15, 2013 (view all comments by Dylan Trull)
Day is the republic's most wanted criminal. June was the republic’s smartest person with a score of 1500/1500. When Junes brother dies from opposedly Day, she hunts him down to bring him back to the republic to be killed. Day was there but he was trying to get medication for a family member who had the plague. But when June goes undercover to get him to come out and be arrested she ends up in a fight where Day saves her she thinks of him as a hero(Nobody knows what Day looks like.). But when June and Day both find a secret the republic has been keeping June starts to help him.

Well I thought this was a very good book it has a lot of action and cliffhangers. If you like books that are cliffhangers and have action and amazing detail then you will love this book. I would recommend reading this alone and not in a group because in my opinion it seems more of a solo read. Also this book does switch perspective a lot for example one chapter will be june’s point of view, then the next it would be Day’s
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Shannon Corgill, January 13, 2012 (view all comments by Shannon Corgill)
For a first time novelist I was delighted with how well written the story is. I found myself straining to read faster and faster so that I could find out just how everything was going to come to a head. I was not let down as I had an inkling of where the story was going. I really believe that Marie Lu has shown a lot of promise with this first book and look forward to the rest of the series and anything else she has to offer.

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kopitog, December 30, 2011 (view all comments by kopitog)
A teenage dystopian page-turner! Perfect. Lu manages to create suspense and movement, giving her readers all the reason they need to plow through her debut novel. My only qualm... well, 15 is a bit young for a country's most wanted criminal.
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Lu, Marie
Putnam Juvenile
Children s-Adventure Stories
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8.5 x 5.88 x 1.19 in 0.96 lb
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Product details 336 pages Putnam Juvenile - English 9780399256752 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Lu's debut is a stunner. Weaving the strands of SF dystopia, police procedural, and coming-of-age — with touches of superhero and wild frontier traditions — she fashions a narrative in which the action is kinetic and the emotional development is beautifully paced. June, a prodigy from the elite class of the disintegrating Republic, is being groomed for a military career when her brother, a captain, is murdered. June is quickly drafted into the team tracking his accused killer, a spectral and maddeningly persistent outlaw known as Day. June's life has been shaped by intellect, and to be driven by an emotion as ungovernable as grief makes her vulnerable in painful, dangerous ways. Day has known grief all of his life, but is no more immune to it than June is. The chase unfolds against a plague-infested Los Angeles of Gotham-like grit that Lu conjures with every nuance of smell, sound, and sight. First in a series, this story is utterly satisfying in its own right and raises hopes high for the sequels to come. Ages 12 – up." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Review" by , "[A] well-written, emotionally satisfying read."
"Review" by , "[M]any dystopian books are filling the shelves, but this book stands out."
"Review" by , "[T]he delicious details keep pages turning."
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