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Void by Rhiannon Lassiter
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really liked it

This book was amazing. Hands down.

This is story about a young teenage girl called Raven. She is hex. Which means she has mutant abilities to contact with computer terminals. Hex is hated by the governments, that is why Raven and Wraith, her brother, has been hiding constantly. They are on a mission to find their sister, Rachel, who was captured by the CPS. Soon, they discovered that Hexes are not only exterminated but also experimented! After rescuing Rachel, Raven and Wraith feels guilty for not rescuing the other Hexes at the 'prison'. Hence, they start to rescue other Hexes and unite all of them to proof to the government that they are not a threat and to teach these young hexes how to control their abilities. The gang consists of Raven, Wraith, Kez (street kid that Wraith rescued), Ali Tarrell (Rich buggar who's also a hex), Luciel (Ali's friend from the extermination centre/camp) and soon the group began to expand as they discover more Hexes.

The story is really interesting. If you like science-fiction, then read this. I must say that this book is actually quite similar to 'X-men: First Class' in terms of mutant abilities, unite all the mutants and rescue the world together. But, Lassiter introduces you to the futuristic world and explain the cruelty that is parallel to World War 2 (where they start putting jews in extermination camps, and here, Hexes are send to extermination camps too).

All the books are really addictive and i must say, i love the ending. Rhiannon Lassiter is that kind of writer who answers all your questions and everything is explained by the end of the book. I like how she wrote it in different perspectives. If i want to change one thing about this book, the author should have added a bit of 'romance'. I think Ali and Luciel are perfect!! Not to mention Raven and Kez . The ending, once again, brilliant.

Please do read this book.

They should make a movie for this!!!!
Recommended for: Boys and girls, 12-20, Science fiction lover, dysoptian-ish-ish.


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Reading Progress

December 16, 2011 – Started Reading
December 16, 2011 – Shelved
December 16, 2011 –
page 80
11.96% "interetsing..can't believe the author actually wrote this in 1998..and this book is set in 2396"
December 16, 2011 –
page 80
11.96% "*interesting lol fail spelling"
December 17, 2011 –
page 101
December 17, 2011 –
page 147
December 19, 2011 – Finished Reading

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