Saturday, June 10, 2017

Book Review: Free to Fall, by Lauren Miller

Free to Fall
By: Lauren Miller
ISBN-10: 0062199803
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In a near future, Gnosis is the new app that controls everyone’s lives—it makes every choice, whether it’s a difficult decision or an easy one, for you. When Rory starts attending Theden Academy, the best college around, she secretly feels uneasy about Gnosis’s constant presence. So when she meets North, a young man rebelling against the popular app, the two team up in the hopes of creating something like a revolution.

This is a young adult book that contains:

• Making out (kissing when shirtless and with tongue, references to hookups, one make-out session nearly leads to sex, brief explanation of orgasm)
• Profanity (sh*t, h*ll, *sshole, cr*p, b*tch, and p*ss)
• Violence (simulations involving murders, a death, tying someone’s wrists so tightly they bleed, tranquilizing someone, breaking bone)
• Teens drinking
• A sedative drug is used on one character willingly

Free to Fall is an interesting look at a dystopian society where everyone is saturated with technology. The main characters are likable, but some readers may find the plot a bit slow.

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