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Thank you to the author Rebecca Rode and Olivia review chain for gifting me with a copy of Numbers Game in exchange for an honest reviewThis was such an enjoyable read for me uite honestly I couldn t put it down and I read the night away just so I could see what happened So yes generally speaking I enjoyed this a fair amount1 The plot This is what mostly kept me reading There s just so much to think about and so many moving pieces and you want to see where they fall in the end All of the plot points were extremely interesting to me and they all contributed to the book and to character development in some way While sometimes I wish some parts of the book would have been expanded and not glossed over in time for example two weeks passed for the most part everything was well developed Each scene flowed beautifully from one to the next and the entirety of the book was connected The storyline was mildly typical but not so much that it dampened my enjoyment2 The characters What can I say The characters were all flawlessly developed They each had background stories that further deepened their respective pools and their actions really did reflect themselves I loved seeing all of the characters interact with each other I found it especially interesting getting to know Treena and her state of mind She goes through all of this at such a vulnerable age and she s had to deal with so much because of the Ratings system it creates interesting dynamics between her and the other characters and the plot3 The romance I think I inevitably have to talk about this because you could see it coming a mile away it s even in the blurb Treena thinks she s found happiness with Dresden her perfect boyfriend but when she is shipped off she finds a new love interest who is entirely different While I resent the addition of a love triangle it seems like there s no escaping them these days it was cool to see how each guy was not only representing themselves but also different ideals and warring perspectives in Treena s mind So while I didn t enjoy the whole struggle who to pick I did enjoy how it played into the story and what it meant for Treena s character4 The worldthemes As for the physical world I just wish there would have been descriptions of the physical locations There isn t a map and sometimes I found myself backtracking and rereading different locations to try and arrange them all As for the world itself I found it rather fascinating It definitely sparks conversation on what makes a person worth something and if we are all inherently worth something being human beings I m very intrigued by the thought that while in our world we don t have numbers on our foreheads broadcasting our worth we do tend to put people into boxes and look down on certain people the homeless drug addicts etc as bringing down society The Final VerdictThis book has an enthralling theme and brings up fascinating uestions while simultaneously pulling you in with a well crafted plot and characters I do have a love hate relationship with the romance however and I do wish there had been a map of some sort45 stars Die atlantische Mauer review chain for gifting me with a copy of Numbers Game in exchange for an honest Beyond Kolkata reviewThis was such an enjoyable Camouflage The Hidden Lives of Autistic Women read for me uite honestly I couldn t put it down and I uality Engineering in Production Systems Mcgraw Hill Series in Industrial Engineering and Management Science read the night away just so I could see what happened So yes generally speaking I enjoyed this a fair amount1 The plot This is what mostly kept me Do Tampons Take Your Virginity? reading There s just so much to think about and so many moving pieces and you want to see where they fall in the end All of the plot points were extremely interesting to me and they all contributed to the book and to character development in some way While sometimes I wish some parts of the book would have been expanded and not glossed over in time for example two weeks passed for the most part everything was well developed Each scene flowed beautifully from one to the next and the entirety of the book was connected The storyline was mildly typical but not so much that it dampened my enjoyment2 The characters What can I say The characters were all flawlessly developed They each had background stories that further deepened their Gentle Teaching A Nonaversive Approach for Helping Persons With Mental Retardation respective pools and their actions Sandiwara Langit 2 Meniti Diatas Kabut really did We just met and yet... we're engaged!? 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read & download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Rebecca Rode Rebecca Rode ß 3 download review Numbers Game Numbers Game #1 Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB St and beautiful brown eyes Together they discover a dark numbers conspiracy one that shatters the nation’s future Treena must join up with Vance if she is to survive the dangerous game of numbers and the terrible war that rages within her heart. 35 StarsFull review to come

  • Kindle Edition
  • 470
  • Numbers Game Numbers Game #1
  • Rebecca Rode
  • English
  • 10 April 2017
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