Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In Nina's world, children have GPS trackers until they turn 18, and surveillance satellites monitor for subversive talk. Tight control stands between young women and a threatening sexuality; at 16, teenage girls get tattooed with their age and become fair game. Fifteen-year-old Nina, unlike her friends, dreads becoming "sex-teen." Her life is too confusing without extra complications: Her mother's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bookworm_Lisa - LibraryThing

I am very impressed with the work that went into this book. It is about ancient inhabitants of Ireland. This group of people were starwatchers and studied the heavens. They carved the cycles of the ... Read full review

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I really loved this book. It definately kept me up late reading it. with a turn of each page it got more and more suspenseful, this is one of favorite books, i could read it over and over again. This book was so good, I told my Reading teacher about it, and instead of saying book i said movie, thats just how i see this book in my mind as a movie, i would love to see this book be turned into a movie. 

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this is a great book slow at first but then you wont be able to put it down no matter what

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