Series: Partials Sequence

Average Rating: 4.33


Review: Ruins by Dan Wells

Review: Ruins by Dan Wells

“Waging war is the easy part – making peace will be the hardest thing we’ve ever done.” Dan Wells is a pro at storytelling. He brings the world to life! It’s always so easy to imagine the story as real because everything is so convincing. The world & setting is by far my favorite part of this entire series – the world building is cinematic! “You weren’t ‘designed’ to cure RM, but you did it anyway. You weren’t designed to […]

Posted by Jessi (Geo) on 3 March, 2014 | 7 Comments
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Review: Fragments by Dan Wells

Review: Fragments by Dan Wells

Find the answers. Solve the problem. You don’t get a life until you make one worth living. I loved Partials. LOVED it (I gave it 5 starfish). Maybe because of this I set my expectations sky high for Fragments, thinking it would be just as good, probably better. I’ll be honest here, I was kinda disappointed. But as you can see, I still gave it 4 stars. Dan Wells is BRILLIANT when it comes to world building. Seriously. He has […]

Posted by Jessi (Geo) on 25 February, 2013 | 7 Comments
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Review: Partials by Dan Wells

Review: Partials by Dan Wells

Partials blew my mismatched little socks right off. From the first sentence to the very last, I was riveted. Honestly, it had my attention even before I started the first chapter, with this: This book is dedicated to the rule breakers, the troublemakers, and the revolutionaries. Sometimes the hand that feeds you needs a good bite. What a brilliant open to a dystopian novel! Then it leads in with this: Newborn #485GA18M died on June 30, 2076, at 6:07 in […]

Posted by Jessi (Geo) on 8 March, 2012 | 4 Comments
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