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REVIEW Rite of Rejection Acceptance #1 109 ↠ Before you stands the futureStraight laced sixteen year old Rebecca can't wait for her Acceptance A fancy ball eligible bachelors and her debut as an official member of society Instead the Machine rejects Rebecca Labeled as a future criminal she's shipped off to a life sentence in a lawless penal colonyN a risky escape plan complete with an accidental fiancé she's almost certain she can learn to loveBut freedom comes with a price To escape a doomed future and prove her innocence Rebecca must embrace the criminal withi. This was a refreshingly original dystopian At first it seemed similar to others in the beginning it reminded me of The Selection Delirium and Matched but it uickly diverged and took its own path I've gotten pretty good at figuring out the plots of YA novels but this one had me guessing Not that the plot was shocking but it was relatively original Rebecca is looking forward to her Acceptance ceremony and the ball that follows after she's been accepted into society At the Acceptance ceremony everyone goes through the Machine which tells who will become criminals Those people are removed from society and put in a prison camp Of course Rebecca unexpectedly is deemed by the Machine to be a criminal She's sent to the PIT where the real story starts There's some romance but it's not uite the focus of the book the way I expected it would be And the ending Ugh Such a cliffhanger I wanted to read the next book anyway but now I can't waitThis and other reviews can be found at Folded Between the Pages of Books

REVIEW è E-book, or Kindle E-pub Õ Sarah Negovetich

Before you stands the futureStraight laced sixteen year old Rebecca can't wait for her Acceptance A fancy ball eligible bachelors and her debut as an official member of society Instead the Machine rejects Rebecca Labeled. This book had so much potential but to me fell short Becca is condemned to the PIT where all the 'criminals' go for the safety of society but doesn't truly belong there Sounds promising right I don't know I just kept expecting something really big to happen but even the parts with action were pretty predictable It did have a really big twist around the middle that was a big surprise but other than that There was a bit of romance but with the wrong guy until the end It was sad to hear some of the reasons that people were sent there for I get the feeling most of them weren't criminals but deemed 'defective' by the government This book had a hell of a cliffhanger but I don't know if I'm going to read book 2

Sarah Negovetich Õ 9 REVIEW

Rite of Rejection Acceptance #1As a future criminal she's shipped off to a life sentence in a lawless penal colonyA life behind barbed wire fences with the world's most dangerous people terrifies Rebecca She reluctantly joins a band of misfit teens i. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Sarah Negovetich and NetGalleyThis story started out okay but I lost interestI didn’t really love any of the characters in this book; Rebecca was sweet but naïve but the rest of them didn’t make me feel anything at allThe storyline in this dragged a bit for me and I began to lose interest I didn’t initially understand the relevance of ‘the PIT’ or why people were really sent there and I started to not really care eitherThere was some romance but I wasn’t really interested in itThe ending was okay but it just didn’t feel like anything had really been solved Sure they had a plan but it was half baked and I really didn’t see anything major coming from it6 out of 10