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REVIEW ´ The Mark Edyth Bulbring ☆ 1 REVIEW Drudge will begin her fate mate mate will be chosen Like everyone else her future is marked by the numbers on her spine But Ettie decides to challenge her destiny And in so doing she fulfils the prophecy that was spoken of before she even exist Oh please this book is awesomeI know there isn t descriptions about the characters in this one that s because the author wanted us to create them ourselvesthis book is so savage whoahoping for a part 2

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REVIEW ´ The Mark Edyth Bulbring ☆ 1 REVIEW In the future the world has flipped Ravaged by the Conflagration this is a harsh world where the relentless sun beats down people’s lives are run by a heartless elite and law is enforced by a brutal brigade A mark at the base of the spine con I read this because it is one of the new prescribed books for grade 10 at the school where I m doing observation at the moment I m a little sceptical of genre fiction being used as prescribed texts even though I obviously enjoy science fiction and the like in general so I wanted to see what the rationale was in choosing a book that is obviously following the dystopia girl hero trendAnd after reading it the rationale was clearly someone looking at the cover and going this has a teenage girl and that Hunger Games thing was popular teenagers will like this phew let s clock off early today All other considerations aside this book is a terrible choice for a prescribed text both for first and second language speakersBut first the good I didn t give this book only one star because there were some redeeming features especially in the second half when the story takes off The world has some interesting aspects I especially liked the use of hadeda birds because I loathe them so that got a visceral reaction and with some editing and further development there s potential thereHowever There is a whole lot wrong here and keep in mind this is a book to teach from The writing style is juvenile not in terms of content but the actual structure and style The author uses no contractions which I used to do when I was twelve because I thought it sounded fancier It does not It makes your writing sound stilted and over formal and when the first person narrator is an orphan who grew up in the slums it makes for a very weird distant sounding voice There are short broken sentences lying around everywhere which would have helped the book read a lot faster if it wasn t for the stilted language Unfortunately the combined result is very stop start like someone who doesn t know how to driveWAIT just reminded of a huge problem the blurb on the back of the book holds ABSOLUTELY NO RELATION to the content Seriously What I was so confused and kept waiting for the family killing to start but nope Perhaps the back sets up the series which this is obviously intended to be Which is a terrible choice and makes this book even worse as prescribed literatureAnyway Main character Ettie is a decent character but her internal monologue is too sparse too lacking in emotion and this together with the writing style kept me from connecting with her She states that she has to hide her true feelings all the time so people don t use them against her which is fair enough good and believable character trait but then her thoughts need to show her actual feelings She is an inexplicable robot much of the timeThis is made worse by the fact that for a large part of the story Ettie isn t really the hero Or at least she is unaware of and uninvolved with the machinations going on around her I do think that the side kick or the bystander viewpoint can be interesting but once you realise what s going on it just kind of makes her seem like an idiot view spoiler Of course she is the actual Chosen One but none of that becomes relevant in this book hide spoiler Fiona - Sterben (Band 6) grade 10 at the school where I m doing observation at the moment I m a little sceptical of Catching Fire genre fiction being used as prescribed texts even though I obviously enjoy science fiction and the like in The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) general so I wanted to see what the rationale was in choosing a book that is obviously following the dystopia The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, girl hero trendAnd after reading it the rationale was clearly someone looking at the cover and Incubus going this has a teenage The Sharpe Companion The Early Years girl and that Hunger Games thing was popular teenagers will like this phew let s clock off early today All other considerations aside this book is a terrible choice for a prescribed text both for first and second language speakersBut first the Tantra y salchicha. 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Edyth Bulbring ☆ 1 REVIEW

REVIEW ´ The Mark Edyth Bulbring ☆ 1 REVIEW Trols each person’s destiny The Machine decides what work you will do and who your life partner will be In this world everyone must make their contribution Some than others Juliet Seven – “Ettie” – will soon turn 15 and her life as a I read this book as part of my school curriculum Needless to say I obviously read these books within a day of getting my hands on them this one however didn t go that way at all In fact I finished it about three months after I received it Obviously I wouldn t have finished it had this book been read by choiceThe Mark by Edyth Bulbring is somewhat of a childish confusing story Majority of the language used seemed very infantile for the 15 year old narrator The dystopian damaged world Bulbring portrays after a fire called the conflagration is somewhat of a typical setting for a YA book as well as the romance and plot It follows the exact recipe and formula of a YA sci fi book and as such I found the story somewhat boring It rang bells and reminders to common YA sci fi Divergent The Hunger Games and so on Bulbring s terminology used to refer to her world and its inmates seemed to be made up on the spot with weird terms such as Pulak and Market Nags Perhaps Bulbring felt the need to change and try and update the YA dystopian genre with a book like this I didn t enjoy it much finding the narrative childish confusing and very much unlike other books in this genre I had no thrill coursing in me as I read the story nor was there the pressing need to turn the pages as fast as I could read them In fact this book gave me a headache and I was happy when I put it down Some parts such as a few chapters were good and managed to capture my attention for a few short seconds but they were far and few between Otherwise this story was unenjoyableAll in all I d recommend this book to you if you enjoy reading typical YA dystopia A book I wouldn t read again unless reuired for school purposes

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  • 13 January 2017
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