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The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee
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Jun 23, 2017

really liked it
bookshelves: ebook, future-and-dystopia, sci-fi, ya
Read from June 03 to 23, 2017 , read count: 1

I shouldn't be surprised that I found the intrigues of sci-fi future (mostly) rich kids compelling; I'm secretly a drama junkie. The futuristic setting added some shine and provided entry for me, but I probably would've enjoyed it even if it was about a bunch of 1%ers in modern day.

The only character that felt sort of sketched out and unreal was Atlas. Maybe it's because he was supposed to be an enigma somewhat but even other characters who didn't get a POV chapter (Mariel, Cord) felt more rounded out. Because of that I didn't really buy it whenever he showed an interest in someone romantically. I just felt like he was faking everything because to me he felt fake. I can't quite put my finger on why it didn't work for me, it just didn't.

Otherwise all I can say is I thought I knew for sure who was going off that roof and I was wrong. I'm eager to see the ramifications next book.
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