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Wired by Robin Wasserman
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Apr 25, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: dystopian-speculative-fiction

** spoiler alert ** The conclusion of this series is by far the weakest of the three. This book had so many characters doing complete turn arounds and plot points that came out of nowhere it was hard to follow. While I liked that Lia and Zo finally developed a "sister" relationship and seemed to actually care about each other by the end of the book, I had a lot of problems with the rest. Riley was my favorite character in this series and well, let's just say that his fate sucks! Lia's father's actions didn't surprise me, but where in the world did her mother's attitude come from? She was portrayed as weak and flighty throughout the first two books and most of the third then all of a sudden she's breaking Lia out of Safe Haven at gun point? Huh? Also, Kiri did a 180 from the beginning to the end of the book that didn't make much sense to me. Phase Three seemed to come out of nowhere and still wasn't explained to my satisfaction, and the ending opened this up to a whole new set of questions. This was not, in my opinion, a good conclusion to this story.

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Laura Strongly agree!

Renee I have to say that it would have made no sense for lia's mother to actually be how she was portrayed. She even says something like, "what? You thought your father married an idiot?" and the fate of Riley should not have subtracted from the book for you, I hope. But yeah, it did suck. I personally liked the development of the relationships throughout the book. They made me throw the book across the room, gasp, and say O-M-G.

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