by Joelle Charbonneau
Do you NEED something? Something that you can't get anywhere else? Something that no one else can give you?
Do you have a NEED? Or do you just want something?
Do you NEED an iPad? Or do you just want it?
Do you NEED a home gym? Or do you just want it?
What would you do to get what you want? What would you go through to get what you NEED?
Final thoughts: This was a little messy and confusing. There were too many POVs from too many characters, so there just was no depth to them. Many of the choices made no sense, though that actually kind of makes sense since many high schoolers make very poor choices online. The first half was pretty decent and built up the tension. The second half kind of fell apart. SPOILERS: The idea that the government would conduct experiments that would include multiple murders with no real reason makes no sense. I actually understand the one guy since the government might want an emotionless killer, but what's with killing off everyone else? Why give nuts to the allergic girl? Why change the meds in the cabinet? It makes no sense. END SPOILERS. I can see teens picking this up because of the premise and the cover, but I'm not sure they'll like the last quarter of the book.
Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC.