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inDIVISIBLE Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B HDV Brynn s utopia is shattered when she learns her life has been a lie constructed by the very government she s trusted to make her deci

  • Title: inDIVISIBLE
  • Author: Robyn Heirtzler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B0093HDV20Brynn s utopia is shattered when she learns her life has been a lie constructed by the very government she s trusted to make her decisions for her What s worse is learning she s the next target on their kill list She knows to survive, she has to remove the one thing that gives her substance, securityLibrarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition ASIN B0093HDV20Brynn s utopia is shattered when she learns her life has been a lie constructed by the very government she s trusted to make her decisions for her What s worse is learning she s the next target on their kill list She knows to survive, she has to remove the one thing that gives her substance, security and transport, the one thing the Alliance relies on to track each Citizen of One United Once removed, she must run to save her life with a boy she barely knows, a boy who holds her future and heart in his hands.Now Brynn and T are truly on their own against the power of One United.

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    1. *eBook provided courtesy of the authorfor an honest review*“A nation of underachievers is easier to control than a society that excels.”--Ryan Hunter, inDIVISIBLEinDIVISIBLE is a young adult dystopian novel that centers on Brynn right after her father is murdered by terrorists. She lives in One United where the government controls everything. What you wear, where you live, where you work. They even go so far as to implant a sensor in your hand in order to keep track of you wherever you are a [...]

    2. Review first appeared on my blog: Book Addict 24-7I received a copy for review.Ryan Hunter's inDIVISIBLE is a very impressive young adult dystopian novel. The story is fast-paced, brimming with potential, and hosts a collection of mysterious and well-rounded characters. Hunter's novel is a wonderful start to a very promising series. I knew from the moment I met Brynn, the protagonist, that she would be a difficult character. Only a few pages in and she was already someone questioning her world a [...]

    3. First time in a while that I've stayed up 'til the wee hours of the morning to finish a book. It is also one of those books that you keep thinking about for a while after you've finished it.This is a story set in an ambiguous not-so-distant future, when all of North America has joined together to form the "One Alliance". The people have been gradually lulled into a big-brother type society using very difficult-to-resist persuasion and probably a multitude of good intentions - who doesn't want th [...]

    4. More reviews at Readers In WonderlandThanks to the author who generously provided a copy. Finally got around to reading this, and it was not a disappointment! I think we take books far too seriously when we first pick them up. There's that first impression: the cover, the synopsis, that horrible review you read about it on , etc. If a book gives you a negative impression before you even begin it I think you will always have that hanging over your shoulder as you flip those pages. That's why I tr [...]

    5. This was a wonderful story about a girl named Brynn.Brynn lives in a dystopian society where people are brainwashed and fearful of their government and the only way to survive is to play by their rules.Everything they do and say,eat and drink, places they go to and work at is monitored.Free thinking is def frowned against!! Every person has a chip inserted so they can be monitored at all times. Brynn's father was one of the people who did not believe in the society they lived in and after his su [...]

    6. inDIVISIBLE grabbed my attention from the title and the synopsis. I couldn't wait to read it! It's about a girl who after losing her father, realizes that everything she has known is different. She starts to understand what her father had talked to her in code about, and she goes on the run trying to fight the Alliance who knows that she knows too much.I loved this book! It brought me back to the good parts about dystopian novels that I love. The Hunger Games had been the last good dystopian sto [...]

    7. This is one of the better dystopians I've read. Ryan Hunter has dreamed up an amazing future where technology is heavily used to control and manipulate their public, but technology was not ready for teenager Brynn Aberdie who's world crumbles around here after her father is shot and she starts learning the secrets that the One United government fought to keep hidden. With her friend, known as T, their only hope to stopping the government is to find and align themselves with the Freemen after she [...]

    8. I tried to think why I didn't love this book as much as I thought I should. It had fairly interesting characters, the world-building was excellent, and the premise seemed so plausible. But I think it struggled to decide if it wanted to be an action-packed thriller or a romance. I finally realized that I think the point of view character was all wrong. If this story had been told by T instead of Brynn (or is it Brinn? I forget), it would have been almost perfect. The action scenes would have fit [...]

    9. Started out strong then quickly became boring and predictable. I'm feeling generous by giving this three stars today. And where the heck the the boyfriend, T, keep disappearing to all the time? Just meh.

    10. A thought provoking dystopian novel about what freedom is and how easily it can be lost one small step at a time. It really makes a person stop and think about the real world and the direction our country is going.

    11. First of all, I wanted to say a huge thank you to Ryan Hunter for giving me the opportunity to review her book. I was really excited to receive my first review request directly from the author herself! :D17 year old Brynn Aberdie thought that she lived a pretty good life. She had protection offered by the One United, food on her plate, a roof over her head, and two loving parents who cared about her. She thought that the One United looked out for the best interests of their people and that she w [...]

    12. Rating: 4 out of 5 StarsGenre: Young Adult (Dystopian)Format: E-BookRecommended Reading: 13+RECEIVED A FREE COPY IN EXCHANGE FOR A REVIEW****THERE ARE NO SPOILERS****I wanted to love this book. I mean I was really, really rooting for it. I am a huge fan of young adult dystopian and love to root for the underdog, but I found myself conflicted with this one. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it, but love? Sadly, that emotion never came, but there is potential so I might get that love connection with t [...]

    13. Original BookTube review HEREThis book frightened me. That’s part of what I really loved about it, because it felt so much closer to home than other dystopians, not far off into the future in a world reshaped by a nuclear holocaust or a series of natural disasters. Instead, the idea is that we slowly allowed the government to take on more and more responsibilities over our lives until they assumed complete control without us even noticing. Hunter makes very good points about freedom throughout [...]

    14. In true dystopian style Ryan Hunter dreams up a future world for us where things are not what they seem. Brynn Aberdie's society is seemingly advanced. Their technology has been refined. They live in eco-friendly housing. Certain freedom's have been exchanged for these advancements, a tracking system for one that is implanted in everyone's skin. Without it, one can do little. With it, the government now called One United can track your every move.Brynn Aberdie's life is seemingly normal until it [...]

    15. InDIVISIBLE by Ryan Hunter is a YA dystopian about a young girl named Brynn whose father is brutally murdered while at the office. Brynn's life is changed irrevocably by his death, but she starts to unravel more secrets about his life and how it directly relates to the government. One United is a country that controls everything about an individual through a hand sensor. They know when you've checked into your underground home, they know what you're saying, eating, and doing at any given time. A [...]

    16. I was given a free ebook to make a review. I didn't expect that I would like the book as much as I did. Such a fantastic read. If you liked Delirium by Lauren Oliver or Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, You'll love this book. This book had me hooked wondering what would happen next. The ending was unexpected and I nearly cried. Indivisible is a fast paced dystopian, young adult book. Summery: The US, Mexico, and Canada worked together to form United 1. United 1 is a seemingly advanced country wit [...]

    17. Have you ever been in the middle of reading something and then you realize you just don't care anymore? That's what just happened to me. This isn't a horrible book or anything. You can tell it's a debut, there are a few minor mistakes, but it's basically decent. As I got to around 70% through though, and none of my questions (esp about T!) were being answered, and they were still wandering in the forest not accomplishing much of anything, I just couldn't take it anymore. It became increasingly u [...]

    18. I won my copy of inDIVISIBLE by Ryan Hunter through GoodReads FirstReads and I loved it! It's about a girl name Brynn Aberdie who lives in a society that is completely controlled by the government and kept in check by a group called the Alliance. In Brynn's world the U.S Canada, and Mexico combined their borders to increase their land and goods and renaming it One United. Brynn then goes through a heart-wrenching loss and discovers a terrifying conspiracy: comply with the laws and go along with [...]

    19. I think that one of the absolutely best parts of inDIVISIBLE was Ryan Hunter's world-building. From the first chapter, I was transported to a different time and place. This book was well-written and full of descriptive imagery that was jarring and gritty at times. I liked the authenticity of the characters, especially the character known as "T", and the portrayal of Brynn and T's relationship. I found myself genuinely caring about their struggles to free themselves from society (a restrictive on [...]

    20. This is the story of Brynn. Her father is killed at the very beginning and Brynn finds out that she's next so she removes her government-issues tracker and runs for it with her friend T. As they run, Brynn learns more about herself and freedom. In this book, I see elements of Brave New World,The Hunger Games, 1984 and The Giver. I really enjoyed it.

    21. This book was thought provoking and a great read from start to finish. I can't wait for the next book in this series to come out!

    22. This is a good read. I enjoyed the plot very much even though I rarely read books like this. I cannot wait to see what happens in the next book.

    23. Enjoyed the story and characters. Sometimes, a little too much dialogue, and the pacing needs to be quicker, but all in all, a good story. Full review coming to minreadsandreviews

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