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Elise is like any other high school senior. Except for the part about having a thriving social life, or caring about what anybody else thinks of her, or following the rules, or …

Truth is—Elise Andrek isn’t like most other high school seniors. She’s a programmer, and she’s good at it. She’s bright, intelligent, and knows what she wants, is focused on getting it, and doesn’t
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Paperback, 456 pages
Published May 27th 2017 by Wyvern's Peak Publishing
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Laurie Bell
May 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really love this book. I am a big fan of Lauren's work, and this new foray into Dystopian sci fi is a terrific move for her.

Full of technological horrors and governmental controls, Recalcitrant is a terrific and terrifying dystopian tale of YA innocence turned to strength through determination. Elise is thrown into the dark test she helped to create. A hero of circumstance (with only a little foreknowledge from her experience in building the game) she may well be the only survivor. But that on
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Cynthia Etten
Jun 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The Recalcitrant Project totally captured my imagination. It is a disturbing look at a future where the government is aggressively taking away our liberties and goes to terrifying lengths to accomplish their insane objectives. This book is an exciting page-turner of a story - relevant and extremely entertaining!
Stan
Jul 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I was taken by surprise in a really good way. This is not the type of book I would usually pick up, but I liked The Secret Watchers series by this author so I thought I would give it a try. Well written and frightening, The Recalcitrant Project grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. I had a hard time putting it down and blame the author for lack of sleep and projects laid to the wayside. Sadly, I could see how a situation of a government gone rogue could happen if we the people let it. Elise is a brave ...more
Sandra
Apr 03, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: rejected
I read on beyond any appreciation or enjoyment, hoping that I would become more involved and come to care what happened... but that did not happen. So eventually I "put the book down" (well removed it from my Kindle).
I found the premise just too divorced from reality, and the barrage of meanness and ill-fortune too heavy handed. OK, bad things happen, girl heroine is bright and amazing and resilient, I get the point: can we just move on to the story?
I did not stick it out...
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I’m author Lauren Lynne. The good side of growing up is that you can write whatever you want. The downside... now I can’t read it without my glasses! I have the soul of an adventurer but when it comes to actual danger, I’m the one running the other way. I must be an armchair adventure hound since I’m drawn to suspense, intrigue, and action when it comes to reading, writing, and film.
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