The rushed ending just made this all seem very anti-climactic and I was left unsatisfied. He's still the character that I find the most interesting to discover. They managed to love each other despite all the memories they had lost to Programme. I'm writing this honest review to say thank you 1. He adjusts his position so I can lean against him and relax, and together we watch as the country fades to chain-link fences and old mechanic shops.
They decide to leave Cas at home to watch Lacey who doesn't seem to be acting normally. No grand rebellion or anything of that sort. Dystopian futures are nothing new. Are we part of the rebels now? The Treatment sits at the center of this story, a pill that can help Sloane and James regain their memories. The vulnerability of his battered appearance is enough to make James stop, though, and he restrains himself from stomping on the gas.
In the first book I didn't think the suicide epidemic was explained well enough. I didn't want to put the book down, I had to keep turning the page which is always a good sign. In my not so spare time I love designing new programs for our library!! Suzanne Young is the New York Times bestselling author of The Program series. She has been writing since she was in school. Escaping with a group of troubled rebels, Sloane and James will have to figure out who they can trust, and how to take down The Program. The key to unlocking their past lies with the Treatment—a pill that can bring back forgotten memories, but at a high cost. The storyline in this had a few twists which were good, but once again the pace was quite slow and it was a bit of a struggle to get through this.
Cuz that makes even more sense. I still don't know what happened. It came really fast and all ended so quickly and I just sat in my chair thinking about it when it all ended. I had butterflies, I had doubts, I had fears, I was scared to death for them and I physically couldn't breathe. He turns his back to Cas, but keeps his gaze steady on me as Cas saws through the plastic binding. Or maybe it's the fact that I got to read the first half in one chunk so all the emotions were raw and natural whereas the whole second half I was forced to read in bits and pieces when I got the time to do so. Perciò nonostante si tratti di un genere distopico, questo romanzo è riuscito ad avvicinarsi al nostro mondo più di quanto credevo possibile.
In a way, James and I have been abandoned too, our former selves boarded up and locked away while the world moves on around us. I scream for James to go, even though the only way out is to ram them. Sloane and James are on the run after barely surviving the suicide epidemic and The Program. As we get further into the story and the plot starts to thicken, more and more is revealed about the Program. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. He can drive through any checkpoint he wants. It was pretty uneventful and at times seriously lame with a few eye roll moments and way too much focus on the angsty love triangle.
New characters were introduced and I really liked most of them and the old characters stories just grew so much and it was awesome. There were so many damn times when I cried, exasperated. Instead we broke all of them. Granted I was in quite the book slump, this was the only thing that could drag me out not because of that quality, but mostly out of obligation. With the first book I was all like this.
I yell his name, but James is still, lying there and staring at the sky. Like any inoculation, the hope is to eradicate the disease from future generations. You can visit her online at Suzanne-Young. If you haven't already picked up The Program I suggest you do so in anticipation for this sequel, I loved it! Dobbiamo solo essere più pazzi del Programma. That just makes zero sense and wound me up constantly.
Possible writing in margins, possible underlining and highlighting of text, but no missing pages or anything that would compromise the legibility or understanding of the text. The rain starts to fall in a drizzle, and Dallas scowls at the sky. James puts his hand on my cheek and turns me toward him; his touch is gentle, so serious. The sun beats down on my cheeks. When Sloane returns from The Program, she is assigned a handler named Kevin who lets her know that he will put her in touch with Realm when she is more settled. The Treatment is an emotional ride, and Young deftly balances the action and drama of her story, with the gut-wrenching emotions that propel her characters forward.