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Bright By H.D. Knightley,

  • Title: Bright
  • Author: H.D. Knightley
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Estelle s entire life was planned Her career had been chosen Her future husband had been picked Sure, she had her faults, but she tried to behave She really tried She just had too many questions She wanted to change everything about the world, starting with the night sky The overly lit, decorated by projections, careening and spiraling, night sky.So she came up withEstelle s entire life was planned Her career had been chosen Her future husband had been picked Sure, she had her faults, but she tried to behave She really tried She just had too many questions She wanted to change everything about the world, starting with the night sky The overly lit, decorated by projections, careening and spiraling, night sky.So she came up with a bright idea Now she s a celebrity She s a rebellious outlaw She s a criminal And chances are, everyone she loves will be disappeared.How could she have risked so much just to see the stars
    Bright Estelle s entire life was planned Her career had been chosen Her future husband had been picked Sure she had her faults but she tried to behave She really tried She just had too many questions She w

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    1. This book was a really great read, I d even say it was one of the best books I ve read all year.The writing was great, the characters were real and relatable and interesting, the story was captivating, and there are many hidden layers within the story that you will easily find parallels within our own society.I loved the character of Estelle and how she viewed her own little world in New City and began to question things around her, part of her awakening Estelle always wanted to see the stars in [...]

    2. I love the premise there s so much light pollution that it s impossible to see the stars than that, there s really only one person that would like to, or even cares that she can t Stars you see are rather old fashioned, out dated and have been vastly improved by sky projections in New Town At first I thought New Town newer, better, improved had shades of the Capitol in Hunger Games, then with officially sanctioned betrothals I thought I had the measure recalling Matched by Ally Condie or Deliriu [...]

    3. Awesome This book is in my opinion a modern version of The Handmaiden s Tale It is a story, that while entertaining and fun to read with the prerequisite happy ending, nevertheless has vast depths and a multitude of layers that can be discovered by a reader with each rereading, dependent upon their level of maturity and awareness Like the movie Idiocrocy , it too tells a tale of where our current path may take us, draws attention to possible consequences of actions, choices and habits that tend [...]

    4. trying again I d nearly finished my review and then it disappeared THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS READ AT YOUR OWN RISK I greatly enjoyed this book In fact, I enjoyed it so much, I read it a second time soon after reading it the first mostly because the first time, I was so enthralled, I read it very quickly and the second time, I savored it instead.The characters are well developed and really made me feel like I knew them New City felt a lot like I feel The Capitol is in The Hunger Games Everything is [...]

    5. Actual rating 4.5 I enjoyed this book alot It took me a long time to read it because I wasn t sure what the quality was going to be like I liked the story, but I was able to predict some minor plot points Overall the story was concise and conclusive both of which I appreciate.

    6. I won this book in a give awayI loved it Very different from the dystopian type books I have read before Really enjoyed the premise and how everything revolved around Estelle wanting to see the stars Highly recommend, and will definitely read this author again

    7. Amazing Dramatic Capturing Restraining Steps on you a million times with confusion Then ends with the most predictable ending in the world My typical book.

    8. this book took a while to get in, but I finally got it the book itself was actually pretty good the theme behind the story was solid plus, I loved the texture of the cover.

    9. Wow, an amazing story, I loved it I read the Estelle series out of order but would suggest reading all 3 in order It is so well written and easy to follow that it didn t matter I read book 1 last I m hooked and hoping for a 4th book

    10. Opening this book reminded me of the beginning of The Giver, or Fahrenheit 451, where small clues that this world is not quite what you are expecting begin to appear, and the curiosity to know mounts very quickly Like any good dystopian model, the things wrong with the society are actually things wrong with OUR society, just exaggerated What makes this story a little different though is the warmth and heart, the lovable characters, and the feeling that you really do have so much in common with [...]

    11. I didn t know what to expect of this self published debut novel I received a free e book edition of the book but it sat on my Kindle for several months before I finally came to it this week I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it I breezed through the book The characters were likeable the story pulled me in It may have been a bit fluffy at times, but I was happy to read a dystopian novel that for once didn t have excessive violence.

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