Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Juxtaposing the past and the future, this potent story explores the societal consequences of diversity and individuality. It's 2407 and the almost 16-year-old Gemm 16884 lives in a serene Orwellian society where the denizens are trained to believe that "diversity begets hostility," and that psychological troubles can be banished by sipping on a serotonin shake. But Gemm is not like his kinsmen; he ... Read full review

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it is really terrible even my mom would not read it bc she reads like six hundred page books in like and hour so so just a tip never buy this book

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I like this book since it does have a huge dealing with the arts (MUSIC and Gemm)

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