Tuesday, June 28, 2011

June Book Club Review


In case you missed last month. My cousins decided it would be fun to start up a book club. We meet the last week of every month for our book discussions. This month our book was Matched by Ally Condie. This book takes place in a futuristic world. Every decision they make and thing they do is pre-decided by the "Society" (which is kind of like their government). Who they marry, how many children they have, and even death is not something they have control over. The society regulates everything. I think the idea of this kind of life was very interesting. Although this story is totally fiction, it did make me grateful to live in this country. We really do have so many freedoms that we take for granted.

I won't spoil the book for those of you who haven't read it. I will say that I didn't love the turn the book takes at first. I was really upset near the middle. Come the end of the book though I was really wanting to know what happens next. Lucky for everyone this book is a series. The next book comes out in November! I will for sure be reading that one to see what happens next! I would recommend Matched. It was a nice change from the super sad book of last month. I would rate this book as 3 out of 5 stars.

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