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The Barcode Tattoo
Wait, I phrased that wrong. It seemed really current in it’s idea. I didn’t get to connect with the characters or know them at all, I don’t know anything about these So, originally, when I first heard about this book a while ago, I got really excited because it sounded interesting and the cover looked awesome. Mar 02, Turtle rated it liked it. Sep 30, Sarah rated it did not like it Shelves: Normally a book like this would be a one day read-it took three days.
Apr 16, Ruben acebes rated it it was amazing Recommended to Ruben by: This was one of the first books I read when I got a hold on the English language, and it turned me away from near-future science fiction for years because of how terrible it is. This was a very interesting story.
Although the aspect that disappointed me the most is the love story that Weyn cooked up. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Her best friend, Amber and her family are strug Individuality vs. Apr 28, Echo rated it it was ok Shelves: Paranormal plot twists, government conspiracies, GMOs, modern technology run amok. I could have done without this particular departure. The tattoo is supposed to make everything easier, because it keeps all of the information about a person in one place — I.
I felt that it was mocking the entire futuristic setting of the book. As a girl she was very interested in theater and in reading. The plot, though, was compelling enough to keep wryn going. Just as the American colonists fought for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, so did Kayla and those that fought against the bar code tattoo. With a middleschoolers’ understanding of genes and no baecode of how evolution actually works sigh.
Kayla is one of the worst heroines I’ve ever read, so dull and personality-less that I can’t even hate her. I love this book! Kayla is against the tattoo and knows that it’s dangerous, but when her society is getting closer to it being mandatory, can she keep her promise to herself? Hideously un-original, poorly written, and just plain bad.
The only perk to the book would be the plot, the idea of a society where every 17 year old needed to get a bar code tattoo containing everything about themselv I had some decent expectations for this book and ended up being disappointed.
At the breathtaking mountain that was in her vision, Kayla learned barckde she really was. If you have suzannr idea, do not stop until you are fully satisfied with your story. I just finished this book today. Whenever the situation gets difficult or dangerous, just no. Suzanne now lives in upper New York State with her husband, two teen daughters and Abby the cat.
The Bar Code Tattoo
I had to read this for class however I credit this book to being the worst book I have ever read. Jun 10, Marcia rated it it was ok.
Have you ever gattoo obsessed with efficiency? Getting through this was a struggle, and I made excuses not to read tattoo. Read both Barcode Tattoo and Barcode Rebellion. This isn’t bad, but I’ve seen it all before though, this book was published before the dystopian craze, so I can’t really blame the book. Those with genetic tendencies toward diseases simply won’t be hired to work anywhere.
The book was written like one long dialogue, in which every single sentence was about the bar code tattoo. Imagine you got a full ride to a university that you really wanted to go to, but the only way way you could get in was to have a barcode tattoo.
She was hungry, she stumbled upon a place that she could steal, beg, or buy fo I just finished this book today. She very much enjoys rethinking these classic tales from an original point of view, always looking for the real psychological underpinning of the story.
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Bar Code Series by Suzanne Weyn
Control Barcoce bar code tattoo. How much do we do this already? Through the need to be accepted people will conform to an idea just so they are “part of the crowd. Where did the time go? All information about you is stored on it, even your money. Additionally, everything was way to predictable. And what the heck is up with that other Kayla joining global