But she lives in constant fear of being downgraded from a B and wonders why she is always struggling with thoughts that might make her evil. Evie is matched to marry Lucas, a perfect A who acts like he is a machine, but she is secretly in love with his brother, who is in danger of becoming a K as the book's title suggests K is for Killable. The fact that they live in such a restrictive utopia and are conditioned to fear everything limits the interactions and life of the characters. All in all, this is a book that could have been so much better, maybe in the wake of the success of The Hunger Games we will be seeing many more dystopic novels aimed at young adults.
I can only hope they are better than this. It is mentioned that this is the first of a new series, maybe the characters will become more rounded in the next one, but your guess is as good as mine. This The Killables book review was written by Michelle Herbert. We've found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a massive help in deciding if it is the right book for them.
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Like you said I found this book quite predictable and at some points it got quite confusing, I go the main stream focus of the book but it through me of at times, all round its a good read but predictable. Thank you for taking the time to write a review on this book, it really makes a difference and helps readers to find their perfect book. Skyward Brandon Sanderson 9. Spensa's world has been under attack for hundreds of years. An alien race called the Krell leads onslaught after onslaught from the sky in a never-ending campaign to de The Seven Peter Newman 9.
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His job is to dest Personally, this made it more thrilling and exciting, though. The love triangle is slightly irritating, as all YA love triangles are.
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But I like that Raffy has his issues — anger and possessive issues, in fact, which is a very real problem for many people. And the backstories of the characters make them so much more real and lovable. I think I prefer this to the previous novel, if only just a bit. I think 4 stars is a good rating for this. I first discovered Gemma Malley thanks to my close friend several years ago.
So, the plot.
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The city Evie lives in is supposed to be safe, with no evil. But when her lover, Raffy, is destined to become a K, Evie knows something is wrong. His brother, Lucas, who once seemed so harsh and cold, is now the one helping Evie and Raffy escape. What if everything she had thought about him was wrong?
Beyond the city walls, Raffy and Evie meet Linus. They devise a plan to overcome the System as it is and return it to its original design.
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But the love triangle… Why… Why does every YA book have one?! But I do really like Gemma Malley, and would certainly recommend reading some of her books.
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