leedock’s CBR-III Review #12 “The Line” – Teri Hall

After reading “The Hunger Games”, my expectations regarding dystopian fiction were raised pretty high. The bar on all YA fiction was raised. This is becoming an issue. I continue to expect the writing style to match the interesting plot, and I am increasingly disappointed.  Maybe this is “the line” between fiction for young adults and fiction about young adults.



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2 responses to “leedock’s CBR-III Review #12 “The Line” – Teri Hall

  1. So is this a skip? I was trying to decide if I should pick it up.

    • It started picking up toward the end, but I felt meh about it. Don’t put it on the top of your list. It is pretty much just set up. Maybe it is worth plowing through once the rest of the books come out so that you could read them in a row.

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