This book is full of action, particularly after the first four chapters. It's grittier than Divergent, and the dystopian world is less complex, but it has a similar feel in terms of the level of violence, the pacing, and the character conflicts. The writing style is focused more on energy than gorgeous sentences or symbolism, but if you're looking for a page-turning action tale, it delivers.
I am respected, discussed, gossiped about. Not really talked to. Such is the life of a fifteen-year-old senior in a university meant for sixteen and up." p. 15
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