Once you sign up for this war, there is no turning back. There is no out.
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There are a wide variety of characters in this war, including older teens Noah who takes the codename Keats and Sadie who takes the codename Plath. They both have lost loved ones to the war and are looking for answers — and revenge. In addition to a wide variety of other characters, BZRK has one of the most amazingly fantastic and creepy bad guys. I am not even going to spoil that one for you.
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Overall this was an excellent and interesting sci fi thriller that pleases. That shift also makes it harder for the reader to build relationships with any of the characters, but this is not a character driven work. Librarians will also want to be aware that there is some adult content.
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BZRK has some of the most amazing action scenes and as a thriller it does indeed thrill. One of the underlying conflict themes is that the ends justify the means. It becomes less speculative and more urgent: what if we could use nanotechnology and create a Utopian society, should we? At what cost?
And who gets to decide? BZRK is also an excellent example of the emerging transmedia trend. There is even an app. Michael Grant is the author of the popular Gone series and fans will not be disappointed. This will also be a good readalike for those interested in books about video gaming. And, although it is not dystopian, dystopian fans should like it because it is similar in theme but lacks some of the character development. Highly recommended. For a look at my thoughts while reading the book, check out this earlier post.
Read The Mr. This is a very intelligent review. It's always great of course to have people say nice things about your book, but it's better still to get a review that teaches the author something about his own work. Very useful to me. Very interesting. Ooooh, yay!!! Michael Grant is so good at writing creepy stuff; both Gone and Hunger creeped me out so much I couldn't read them before bed. I'll have to check BZRK out — in the day time!
If you want a book to make your heat ache, break, dance and go beserk then you should definitely read this. The characters feels so real I wouldn't be at all surprised to cross Vincent in the street! I can't wait for the sequel! I hated him, but he was incredibly well written. And sickening I didn't like her nearly as much as everyone else on the BZRK side. She was one fry short of a happy meal, BUT, I loved how messed up she was and that everyone still looked out for her.
They even said "Wilkes is a mess, but she's our mess. This is the only reason the book gets 4 stars. There were several times I was actually legitimately bored.
I didn't care about detailed descriptions of the nano anymore. I wanted to know what the characters were doing. Another looong description of a wooden floor in the nano was no in my interest range. Plus I don't like voluminous description.
I fell in love with SO many characters though that this wasn't a problem. Like Sugar? The Armstrong's hitwoman She had so much character development. And this isn't as good as, say, Messenger of Fear or Light. But it's still incredible. I needed to meet Noah and Sadie. I needed to read this creeptastic novel. View 2 comments.
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A copy was provided by Random House of Canada for review! Thank you! Noah and Sadie are two teenagers living in a world where nano bots and biots live inside people. Yes you read that right. The nano bots are machine like robots that are so tiny they can live inside a human body.
The biots on the other hand were created for medical reasons. To help people.
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They are also a mix of several different species that include jellyfish, arachnids and ants. Talk about creepy!!! There is a war raging and it A copy was provided by Random House of Canada for review! As well as to the macro level, where humans fight each other. In doing so, they are liable assets which help them take the deformed Armstrong twins down in their rise to a Utopian society. If I can define this book in one word? I can only pick ODD.. I had to flip several pages back to remember who did what, and who were on the BZRK team.
Although the cheat sheet in the back immensely helped for that. I know a lot of people love this book, but for some reason, it just wasn't one of my favorites. It became kind of dull after awhile, to say the least. Another thing that I didn't like about this book was that the characters were not relatable to me at all. I didn't really care what happened to Sadie or Noah, and I was not hooked with them from the beginning. They never seemed all that interesting to me, and one of the most important things I look for in a story is if I care about the characters and how I can relate to them.
And their relationship was just kind of I can't wait for the next installment of the Gone series to come out, though! By habit, I am NOT a sci-fi or fantasy reader. No, it's not that I don't like them I've admitted this before and awoke to a flood of messages and tweets.