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And what is in those bar codes? This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Small “spoiler” Near the end of story where Kayla heroine needed to travel up north, she coincidentally kept on bumping into people who were also against the barcode and were also surprising headed to where she needed to go. Only when she sees her wanted picture and her fathers FBI information, does she realize that this is more than just an new type of credit card.
Apr 28, Echo rated it it was ok Shelves: Mfumbe is a good guy, it just doesn’t seem like bacrode really cared for Mfumbe like I said Jack would have been a better match, just saying! Her father has committed suicide and Kayla thinks back to the depression that has been evident in him since soon after he got the tattoo.
Kayla arrives home one afternoon to find an ambulance at her house. Wrong email address or password! It was a good easy read that fit together well, if a bit shakily, up until Kayla escapes from the hospital.
Ashley reveals that babies born to parents with undesirable gene sets are quietly being killed while babies born with desirable gene sets are being experimented on to enhance specific abilities. I’m sorry, it’s just too funny! The premise was interesting, but when actually implemented it was too in-depth and scientific but religious but also maybe some alien 3.
This book was action packed, with many new characters that added to the story so seamlessly and unbelievably. The romance was just the worst.
The Bar Code Rebellion
The bar code rebellion. If you like reading something that keeps you curious and excited I would recommend this book. And trying to figure out what the deep secret is in those tattoos that is ruining everyone’s lives.
Lists with This Book. Through the need to be accepted people will conform to an idea just so they are “part of the crowd. I would also like to mention that there was a surprising kind-of paranormal-ish element to the book.
Ashley is a nurse and stops going to the hospital for awhile. View a FREE sample.
Bar Code Series by Suzanne Weyn
The Bar Code Rebellion is written by Suzanne Weyn she is eeyn magnifiecint writer who puts great detail in her work. The language wasn’t rich nor interesting, it made the story flat.
Kayla Reed lived in a society where once you turned 17, your life changed drastically: They head to the Adirondacks and hide out there with a group wey resisters who have connected with Kayla using an emerging psychic ability. Still, she’s not hiding.
This story is you can maybe say is similar to the world of the Hunger Games, the world that the government controlled everything. They publish a zine on the dangers of the bar code, and speculate on just what information might be encoded in it.
Choose what suxanne email Which of your works would you like to garcode your friends about? Control The bar code tattoo. Kayla encounters a group of students who are discussing their resistance to the bar code and becomes interested in their ideas. Teachers sometimes tell a student to write what you know and it seems to have been used here-but ruined with so many themes.
I wanted to like this book, but I couldn’t ignore the flaws. Her best friend, Amber and her barccode are struggling to keep their house and their bar codes mysterious stopped working, why? Dangerous things happen to her family.
I mean, come on! I feel bad ripping on an author, but this was just poor writing. 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. As the tattoo controls more and more of their identity, Kayla joins a bracode rebel group at her school, dedicate Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales. That’s hours of my life that I’ll never get back.
Louisa May Alcott was her favorite author, but she also read every Sherlock Holmes story. Um, no, not really. Sep 14, Darya rated it did not like it.
As a girl she was very interested in theater and in reading.