Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Contribute by Kristy Acevedo:review.
This is a book for fans of classic sci-fi and modern YA literature. The characters and their evolution are extremely well developed, just like in Consider, and the scientific part of the story won't disappoint you.
This gripping sci-fi novel is based on the idea of a world in which you don't have to work a single day of your life and everything is provided to you . This sounds enticing, but there is just one catch: you will have to contribute with your brain when you die.
It is also a novel about standing up for what you believe and overcoming your fears . Alexandra is a great example of a real heroine. She's scared but she fights. She's not perfect but she tries to grow emotionally and deal with difficulties and loss. She loves her friends and family with all their virtues and flaws and accepts that there is not such thing as a perfect world.
Thanks to NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read this remarkable novel!