Immediately who the love interest is although this is by no means a
Romance Overall This Book Overall this book a lot of action and a full dose of governmental conspiracy for the usual ya fan who loved Divergent and the Hunger Games but perhaps needing a bit polish The story continues however and it may be that the next book delivers in the areas where this one felt rushed I enjoyed it and recommend it especially to young women interested ya lit featuring politics and revolutionI received a copy of this book from the author for my review thank you This was a GoodReads giveaway win of an electronic Kindle editionThis was a Young Adult book I am not the target audience And it is reflected in the overall delivery of the material Perhaps it is
The Feeling That The Author Is Writing feeling that the author is writing to lower level instead of writing to adults but with focus on the heroes who happen to be young adults I tend to shy away from YA books for that reason I am also a bit wary of subtitled book 1s I expect them to end in a cliffhanger but I have to hope the story is engaging enough to hook me into the rest of the seriesThis book does end in a cliffhanger Not surprising This was still a GoodReads just for the right audience I though this was a really interesting and exciting read about a dystopian future where the government decides whether a couple can be allowed to have children The story follows the action packed story of a young teen as she escapes from a detention center to travel across the country to discover the truth of her birth Accompanied by her brother and two friends she finds the situation much complicated and dangerous with a revolutionary underground its members and the department of reproductive management all intertwined and creating uncertainty about who she can trust The action is non stop and engrossing Maggie is a awesome heroine and the characters that surround her are great as well My only problem was that the story ended so abruptly that everything was just left hanging and I don t have book 2 to learn what happens nextI won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway for this honest review 37 stars overall rounded up to 4This book had an interesting concept much akin to the Handmaid s tale where the government controls who is allowed in the population to have children I really enjoyed the story It was full of uite a bit of exciting moments placed throughout the storyline It had great characters and storyline they just needed to be fleshed out a bit A bit world building would have been beneficial as wellI was lucky enough to win this book in a Goodreads giveaway Thank you so much to Goodreads the publisher and the author for this opportunity. Help of a tech savvy illegal they locate the Resistance and finally learn their parents’ identities The truth is disturbing than they could have imagined Dark government conspiracies unstable Resistance members and a dangerous cross country journey collide as Maggie races to eep the secrets of her past from destroying her future.
Kelly A. Wilson ↠ 4 Free readI received a free copy in exchange for an honest review I thought this book had an intriguing plot and liked how it was different from other YA dystopian books Although it wasn t gripping for me I
wasn t invested in the characters a whole lot and there were scenes I got really lostt invested in the characters a whole lot and there were scenes I got really lost and found myself skimming over What I really wanted was from the plot the characters and imagery The story was too rushed and I feel if there was added to the story I would like it a lot better I received a free Amethyst kindle copy of Dept of Reproductive Management through GoodReads Giveaways in exchange for an honest reviewI would give this book 4 stars for a young adult dystopian novel This isn t my normal read any as I have moved out of the young adult book world but it was still good and I am interested in eventually reading the second book If you are not into how young adult books sound I feel they read differently than adult books I would not recommend this If you don t care and enjoy a good cat and mouse chase and dystopian novels give it a whirlI will say that this book does end on a cliff hanger and it is part of a series so be prepared to either never get an ending or to read multiple books This bookept you waiting to find out what happens next Lots of action It ends with no conclusion so I guess there will be at some pointPublisher s SummaryIn the future the American government establishes the Dept of Reproductive Management to evaluate and approve a citizen s right to have children Any family created without a government permit is declared illegal and is mercilessly hunted arrested and often illed Their illegal children are sent to reeducation centers where department approved classes can ensure their distorted views are not passed onFor 16 year old Maggie Ward growing up in one of these centers is all she s ever nown But after learning her brother is secretly being trained as a Remo government agent that violently breaks up illegal families she concocts a plan to escape With the help of a tech savvy illegal they locate the Resistance and finally learn their parents identities The truth is disturbing than they could have imagined Dark government conspiracies unstable Resistance members and a dangerous cross country journey collide as Maggie races to eep the secrets of her past from destroying her future I could put this book down once I started the book This
Book Is Packed With So Much This packed with so much This takes place in a time that people could not have ids unless the government gives them the ok to Everyone has IDs put in their arms A group of Hannah Hauxwell kids born to parents that did not have the ok to haveids living in a group home escape and this In the future the American government establishes the Dept of Reproductive Management to evaluate and approve a citizen’s right to have children Any family created without a government permit is declared illegal and is mercilessly hunted arrested and often illed Their illegal children are sent to reeducation centers where depart. ,
Ook follows them finding out about themselves I won a indle edition of this book from a goodreads giveaway but this review is 100% my opinion This novel is a step into the future where reproductive rights are earned not freely given Anyone who dares to procreate without government sanction risks having hisher family hunted illed or sent to re education CAMPS AS WITH MOST CASES WHERE THERE IS AN As with most cases where there is an Government there is a Resistance And the Resistance in this story works to end the Department of Reproductive Management I received this book as part of the Goodreads Giveaway program Dept of Reproductive Management is a YA dystopian novel about a future United States where parents need to be evaluated and granted approval before having children This story follows Maggie and Ryker siblings that were born illegally and taken from their parents as infants and placed in a re education center hidden from the rest of the world As they begin to uestion what they ve been taught about their parents they escape the center in a uest to find their parents Their adventure was such a ride and ept my interest throughout the story While I wish the book provided background about the laws and what led to the formation of the Dept of Reproductive Management I did enjoy this story I felt that the ending was a little rushed and left me with a lot of uestions but it did make me excited for the second book in the series uick and interesting read Dept of Reproductive Management By Kelly A Wilson375 So I rounded up in my stars count because it accurately reflects how I feel about this book I ll start by saying that I feel the age group is 11 15 year olds The story follows young teen Maggie who has always lived in a re education center for the children of illegals that is the children of those not legally allowed to have children according to the government The laws governing this were put in place to ensure all children were properly taken care of and population management When Maggie s brother is going to be sent from their center to be forced into brutal training because of her misbehavior they decide to escape and intend to seek out their parents The story is very fast paced which makes it a uick read but also contributes to a sense of confusion about what is happening and whyBecause of the pacing there is a heavy dose of tellingof the pacing there is a heavy dose of telling of showingbook could have used a bit out because for me it felt like every scene was so fast and then proceeded onto the next one that the timing never felt realistic and the story needed a bit development It also suffers from teenage instalove that was handled exactly as you expect You will now. Ment approved classes can ensure their distorted views are not passed onFor 16 year old Maggie Ward growing up in one of these centers is all she’s ever nown But after learning her brother is secretly being trained as a Remo – government agent that violently breaks up illegal families – she concocts a plan to escapeWith the.This Book Could Have Used A Bit