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Review Pure Author Julianna Baggott Pure Author Julianna Baggott Characters ☆ 2 Julianna Baggott ✓ 2 Read Pressia si toho z Explozí ani ze života Předtím moc nepamatuje Přespává ukrytá ve skříňce v ruinách starého holičství kde žije se svým dědečkem a myslí na to všechno co je pro ni nenávratně ztraceno – jak ze světa zábavních parků kin narozeninových oslav tatínků a maminek zbyl jen popel a prach jizvy trvalé popáleniny a zdeformovaná lidská těla Jenže teď když dospěla do věku kdy se musí všichni hlásit k milici kde z nich buď vycvičí vojáky nebo je jsou li příliš postižení a slabí využijí jako ži. 3 generous stars for excellent world building and interesting ideas but no because of the novel s density and lack of actual plotWhen I recieved this ARC I immediately discovered some very interesting facts from the back of the book This is taken directly from the back cover Won by GCP during a heated two day auction International language rights sold overnight in nine countries Film rights sold to Fox 2000 Pictures with Karen Rosenfelt lead producer of the Twilight sagaYou d think this must be something pretty special right Well yeah I can see this making a really good film with lots of CGI opportunities and action scenes but as a novel it was dull The author definitely spent a lot of time on this dystopia and it wasn t a simple I didn t think this through idea like say Wither But the novel contained too many lenghty scientific explanations and often went off on random tangents in order to create some small and unnecessary subplots that almost sent me to sleepThe idea that the author has had could potentially have made a great story Set in a dystopian future those who live inside the Dome are guarded by strict rules and regulations Partridge longs to escape and find out the truth about the world they all left behind Outside the Dome Pressia lives in constant fear of attack from all the deranged mutants that were created by the detonations from years ago This story is about lies and radiation friendships and conspiracies but the real uestion that Pure seeks to ask is what is important safety or freedomIt could have been fantastic It should have been fantasticBut like Feed it was filled with crap that bored me There were long conversations about war and atomic bombs that were snore worthy rather than insightful and eye opening A lot of characters were brought in that didn t add anything to the story but served only to make it confusing and it also kept switching to a random new perspective There were the two main POVs Pressia and Partridge but then every so often it would switch to someone else for a chapter and it simply wasn t needed Plus I would also like to add that the only thing young adult about this book was the characters ages I wouldn t be surprised if a lot of the younger end of the YA genre didn t have a clue what was going on especially in the beginning it s mind boggling So like I said this is the kind of novel that I can see making an excellent film but the author s writing style made my head hurt so I m not sure I ll be continuing with the series

Review Pure Author Julianna Baggott

Pure Author Julianna Baggott

Review Pure Author Julianna Baggott Pure Author Julianna Baggott Characters ☆ 2 Julianna Baggott ✓ 2 Read Vé cíle už Pressia nemůže dál předstírat že je malé dítě A rozhodne se pro útěkExistují ovšem i takoví kteří apokalypsu přečkali bez postižení Čistí Přežívají v bezpečném úkrytu za zdmi Dómu který chrání jejich zdravá uměle zdokonalovaná těla Jenže Partridge jehož otec je jedním z nejvlivnějších lidí v Dómu si připadá izolovaný a osamělý Jiný I jeho trápí pocit ztráty – možná proto že se jeho rodina rozpadla otec je emocionálně odtažitý bratr spáchal sebevraždu a matce se do tohoto út. Pure was deliciously dark and twisted but to me it just wasn t good enough Three women step out all fused a tangle of cloth hiding their engorged middle Parts of each face seem to be shiny and stiff as if fused with plastic Groupies that s what they re called One of the women has sloped shoulders a curved spine There are many arms some pale and freckled the others dark It took me about 120 pages to really get into this book much than it should have of course I always struggle with dystopias at first but it s usually for two or three chapters not than that The beginning was very slow and although I understand the need to build the atmosphere especially in a book whose main goal seems to be to shock and repulse I felt that it should have been done gradually or at least differently As much as I appreciated though not enjoyed the descriptions of people fused with objects or other people I couldn t help but wonder if that s all I would ever get Fortunately things started moving just a little faster after those 120 pages but Baggott still kept pressing the pause button on her action scenes in order to describe every little thing her characters came across Everyone who knows me at least a little bit knows that I m a big fan of descriptive writing when it serves to evoke a wide palette of emotion My problem with Pure was that it aimed to evoke only one disgust After a hundred pages or so it became extremely tiresome The story is told from multiple points of view Oddly enough the one I preferred the one I could easily identify with was neither Pressia nor Partridge it was Lyda the girl Partridge sort of liked but mostly just used to get out of the Dome I eventually started liking Partridge too even though that took a while but Pressia never really came alive for me I still have no idea who she really is and how I m supposed to feel about her I would have loved to know about the creatures she made to trade them on the market but the one thing I wanted described in detail was just mentioned once or twice in passing As far as I m concerned the most important thing in a dystopianpost apocalyptic novel isn t the romance the action or even the writing it s social structure You can be the most skilled writer on the planet but if your society isn t convincing enough you will lose my interest before you can say write a better book For me this is where Baggott failed the most I wanted to know about the government on both sides but outside the Dome about how it all came to be and especially about the day when the world went to hell in a handbasket I want to know how Partridge s father became the most important person in the world the only real decision maker Where were the old governments Who exactly pulled the strings ever since Partridge s parents were young Instead of focusing on endless descriptions of Groupies and Dusts I would have liked to see at least some of those uestions answered Unfortunately the little information I was offered wasn t nearly believable enoughThat doesn t mean that Pure was all bad There were things I liked a lot especially the fact that it managed to surprise me a few times In a genre where predictability is accepted and even expected Baggott somehow included uite a few twists and turns that I never saw coming I think I would have liked Pure if it were about a hundred pages shorter It had its moments and I believe I will read book 2 when it comes out but unfortunately this one left a lot to be desiredFavorite uote She glances back before stepping into the alley and she catches her grandfather looking at her the way he does sometimes as if she s already gone as if he s practicing sorrow For this review and please visit The Nocturnal Library Scalped Vol 6 Scalped #6 chrání jejich zdravá uměle zdokonalovaná těla Jenže Partridge jehož otec je jedním z nejvlivnějších lidí v Dómu si připadá izolovaný a osamělý Jiný I jeho trápí pocit ztráty – možná proto že se jeho rodina rozpadla otec je emocionálně odtažitý bratr spáchal sebevraždu a matce se do tohoto út. Pure was deliciously dark and twisted but to me it just wasn t good enough Three women step out all fused a tangle of Abuse of Power Revenge of the Karinovs cloth hiding their engorged middle Parts of each face seem to be shiny and stiff as if fused with plastic Groupies that s what they re CLANS AND CHIEFS -Celtic Tribalism in Scotland called One of the women has sloped shoulders a The Basics of Public Budgeting and Financial Management: A Handbook for Academics and Practitioners course I always struggle with dystopias at first but it s usually for two or three FSOT Study Guide Review: Test Prep & Practice Test Questions for the Written Exam & Oral Assessment on the Foreign Service Officer Test (English Edition) chapters not than that The beginning was very slow and although I understand the need to build the atmosphere especially in a book whose main goal seems to be to shock and repulse I felt that it should have been done gradually or at least differently As much as I appreciated though not enjoyed the descriptions of people fused with objects or other people I Sutters Glück couldn t help but wonder if that s all I would ever get Fortunately things started moving just a little faster after those 120 pages but Baggott still kept pressing the pause button on her action scenes in order to describe every little thing her Nea A Young Emmanuelle characters Twice Tempted came across Everyone who knows me at least a little bit knows that I m a big fan of descriptive writing when it serves to evoke a wide palette of emotion My problem with Pure was that it aimed to evoke only one disgust After a hundred pages or so it became extremely tiresome The story is told from multiple points of view Oddly enough the one I preferred the one I Renato could easily identify with was neither Pressia nor Partridge it was Lyda the girl Partridge sort of liked but mostly just used to get out of the Dome I eventually started liking Partridge too even though that took a while but Pressia never really Advertising Creative came alive for me I still have no idea who she really is and how I m supposed to feel about her I would have loved to know about the Chado The Japanese Way of Tea creatures she made to trade them on the market but the one thing I wanted described in detail was just mentioned once or twice in passing As far as I m The Shoe Box A Christmas Story concerned the most important thing in a dystopianpost apocalyptic novel isn t the romance the action or even the writing it s social structure You The Alexandria uartet can be the most skilled writer on the planet but if your society isn t A Vindication of the Church of Scotland convincing enough you will lose my interest before you Chroniues du Pays des Mères can say write a better book For me this is where Baggott failed the most I wanted to know about the government on both sides but outside the Dome about how it all Bombardiers came to be and especially about the day when the world went to hell in a handbasket I want to know how Partridge s father became the most important person in the world the only real decision maker Where were the old governments Who exactly pulled the strings ever since Partridge s parents were young Instead of focusing on endless descriptions of Groupies and Dusts I would have liked to see at least some of those uestions answered Unfortunately the little information I was offered wasn t nearly believable enoughThat doesn t mean that Pure was all bad There were things I liked a lot especially the fact that it managed to surprise me a few times In a genre where predictability is accepted and even expected Baggott somehow included uite a few twists and turns that I never saw Essentials of Kayak Touring coming I think I would have liked Pure if it were about a hundred pages shorter It had its moments and I believe I will read book 2 when it Larry Boots Exterminator comes out but unfortunately this one left a lot to be desiredFavorite uote She glances back before stepping into the alley and she Manual de Entrenadores ITTF-IPTTC Nivel 1 (Table Tennis Coaching) catches her grandfather looking at her the way he does sometimes as if she s already gone as if he s practicing sorrow For this review and please visit The Nocturnal Library

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Review Pure Author Julianna Baggott Pure Author Julianna Baggott Characters ☆ 2 Julianna Baggott ✓ 2 Read Očiště vůbec dostat nepodařilo Nebo za to snad může jeho klaustrofobie pocit že tenhle Dóm se stává kolébkou mimořádně bezohledného režimu Takže když z jedné nechtěně prohozené poznámky vyvodí že jeho matka možná stále ještě žije rozhodne se Partridge dát svůj život v sázku a uprchnout z Dómu aby ji našel Čistého spálíš a jeho popel vdechnešStřeva si kolem krku zavěsíšVyrveš mu vlasy a provaz si z nich spletešZ kostí si polívku navaříšRaz dva tři tohleto mu patříRaz dva tři a Čistí jsme teď. Wow I don t even I mean there s just so much toI don t even know where to begin seriously I guess I ll just start by saying this book is so gross That s it this book is gross And frightening It s everything Anna Dressed in Blood wishes it was disgusting and terrifying I mean homicidal ghosts Pshh That s child s play But post apocalyptic life with all the food shortages diseases no order no normalcy mutants like really nasty looking mutant y mutants and horrible ways to die around every corner Now that s what I call pants peeing nightmare inducing huddle in corner crying out for your momma scary As far as I m concerned that s not a bad thing Funny thing is this cover did not in any way prepare me for the demented never ending county fair Fun House I entered I mean it looks so innocent doesn t it All pretty like with a sophisticated font and gorgeous sapphire blue butterfly It looks like a fairly tame book about something fresh and pure am I right Probably something about Soul Mates and rainbows and unicorns You know the sort of cutesy idealized thing that typically makes me want to chuck a book across a roomBut it s so not the sort of book I d end up throwing at a wall I figured out there is a reason for that by the way the whole innocent looking on the outside but jacked up on the inside thing this book has going for it but that s not something I m going to discuss right nowI want to give Pure stars because story wise it is pretty enjoyable for the most part And the gross out factor is off the charts aaaaa mazing same goes for the scare factor But did Julianna Baggott write a five star worthy read Not so much I mean sure when it comes to recent YA genre dystopiaspost apocalyptic books Pure is sort of up there with The Hunger Games and Ship Breaker beating out all of the other competition Buttruthfully I wasn t so wholly invested that I was able to overlook all the sciencefail and believabilityfail And it s not like I m one of those people who find it difficult to suspend disbelief I read plenty of books with ridiculous and often impossible story lines and I m able to believe those just fine It s just for whatever reason there was much that didn t work for me because the author didn t sell it correctly or whatever For example there is this one character that somehow knows everything about everything even taught himself how to read Japanese Keep in mind said character raised himself in a post apocalyptic hellhole from the time he was nine years old I mean come on The world as we know it has ended death and destruction and scary mutants are everywhere And you want me to believe some little kid who is taking care of himself is like Gee I sure miss everything I think I ll teach myself how to read Japanese because it might actually come in handy some day You know since Japanese above all other languages is the one I m most likely going to need to know how to read No I don t buy it Orphan boy be learning how to fend for himself in a cruel every mutant for himself world not teaching himself how to read Japanese OR study nanotechnology in depth And at no point during this book does the reader learn how our world got from how things are currently to some crazy go nuts ber religious society that shuns modern feminism in favor of some brand of not feminist feminism and eventually blows itself to high hell This bugs me If I were to be completely honest for whatever reason I couldn t stop thinking about one of my favorite children s books of all time while I was reading Pure It s called Everyone is Different written by Strong Bad If you don t know what book I m talking about go read it I ll wait right here Are you done Great book right Anyway Pure is pretty much the same as Everyone is Different I mean you know basically Maybe there isn t any suirrel handedness going on in Pure but there sure is a lot of doll head handedness and bird backedness going on Instead of characters being fangoriously devoured by a gelatinous beast there s a lot of characters being fangoriously devoured by dust beasts and other such mutants There are weird names like Partridge and Pressia and El Capitan Some characters are tall and merciless Some characters are about to be hit by cars and other characters who have rigged the enemy base with explosives There may even be a point in which no two characters are NOT on fire I wish I could give this book four or five stars but I can t That said I still do like it and I m going to recommend it to anyone looking for a disgusting post apocalyptic read Three stars


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    Download Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Julianna Baggott Pure Author Julianna Baggott (PDF) 3 generous stars for excellent world building and interesting ideas but no because of the novel's density and lack of actual plotWhen I recieved this ARC I immediately discovered some very interesting facts from the back of the book This is taken directly from the back cover • Won by GCP during a heated two

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    Pure Author Julianna Baggott (PDF) Pure was a nice surprise and a great break from the current trend of dystopian societies that have been portrayed lately in YA literature The post nuked world that Baggott describes outside of the dome city is bizarre and dark rick and surreal with people fused with objects they were near when the bombs went off The resul

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    Pure Author Julianna Baggott (PDF) Burn a Pure and Breathe the Ash When I was a teenager I uncovered a photo album in my grandparent’s house tucked into the back of a cabinet dusty and long neglected under stacks of hoarded papers The album was full of pictures ta

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    Pure Author Julianna Baggott (PDF) This book is dark It is disturbing It is ruthless in places and feels dangerous in others Despite the fact that Pure has been released by its publisher as Adult fiction it has been uickly embraced as YA Though I feel as such it should maybe come with some sort of disclaimer Fans of popularized YA dystopias cho

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  • Hardcover
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  • Pure Author Julianna Baggott
  • Julianna Baggott
  • Czech
  • 05 April 2018
  • 9788074625541