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Blown Away ➵ [Read] ➱ Blown Away By Patrick Cave ➿ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Cloning has become a way to ensure power for a select group of people known as the Great Families But with such an imbalanced society unrest is inevitable When Adeline a flawed clone on a uest for tru Cloning has become a way to ensure power for a select group of people known as the Great Families But with such an imbalanced society unrest is inevitable When Adeline a flawed clone on a uest for truth discovers a set of diaries from one of her forebearers she realizes that she could be the savior the people have been waiting forBut will she have the courage and ingenuity to outwit the forces ranked against herFrom the mysterious murder in the prologue to its terrifying conclusion The Selected is an accessible tale packed with action and atmosphere that readers will find irresistible.

  • Hardcover
  • 416 pages
  • Blown Away
  • Patrick Cave
  • English
  • 15 December 2014
  • 9781416915737

10 thoughts on “Blown Away

  1. Kelv Kelv says:

    Good simple book dystopian story that is an easy and somewhat light read The book was interesting and had a good feel to the plot and characters The author has kept the main plot well hidden to give some suspense which was well done The present and then flashback to the diary was different but effective it felt for most of the book there were two locations only for me to find out that one location was well in the pastThere is a competition where competitors fight; having seen the movie Hunger Games this felt like someone may have stolen someones idea This book was published 2005 Hunger Games 2009 Ohhh arrhhh Fight scene did show Adeline's skills clearly which was critical to the story and endingThe fact that this book was a seuel did not reuire me to read the first book I was able to jump straight in and pick up specifics on characters and location with out any problems Not real sure what a New Vision is except they hate Scroats same with the Old Visions for that matter Not sure about the relevance of 'Britain' being called 'Briton' in the future too subtle of a hint if it was to imply you are in the future in my opinion

  2. Megan Ellis Megan Ellis says:

    I read this before I read the Hunger Games and the Hunger Games certainly reminded me of this a great read

  3. Andrew Andrew says:

    This book managed to somehow be even less interesting than the first book Sharp North It could have benefited from being much shorter and expanding on the survival aspect of the latter chapters of the book The pacing was stilted and the plot meandering while spending very little time developing established characters or introducing any new ones with depth

  4. Sharon Sharon says:

    Not very exciting uite difficult to follow especially at the start Probably should have read the series not just this one

  5. Angie Angie says:

    Oh what a wasted opportunity and what a convoluted book The dual storylines could have worked but were confusing and dull I was bored by both of the stories really And I really don't get the connection between the two main female charactersI won't spoil it but it was weird and unexplained and unexplainable The past story was probably the worst offender but they were both pretty bad This book really didn't do much to enhance the story started in Sharp North It does explain how it all began but we could have done without it reallynothing was really necessary information And the present day storyline does tie up some loose ends but really who cares at this point??

  6. Brian Burriston Brian Burriston says:

    Initially I was confused but liked the two lead characters enough to press on and I wondered if it would fly as a preuel though written as seuel I started to guess some key secrets somewhere and the games reminding me some of Hunger Games picked up my pace as the excitement increased and i pushed to the end

  7. Wisteriouswoman Wisteriouswoman says:

    Started reading and realized that it sounded familiar at the beginningPerhaps it was because it is related to another book in a series When I got it from the library the title was 'The Selected' It was a bit too weird for me convoluted story line with two different scenarios I decided to uit reading it

  8. Eliza Harrison Eliza Harrison says:

    Overall it was a pretty good book ti started out really confusingly but then about halfway through it got really good and exciting

  9. Jennifer Calhoun Jennifer Calhoun says:

    Great follow up to Sharp North Great national game like hunger games Great preview into our future after global warming and the next ice age

  10. Fi Fi says:

    Seuel to Sharp North

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