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Kill School: Slice

Kill School Slice If you had to kill one person who would it be KILL SCHOOL follows sixteen year old Aria Nova as she explores her identity within a futuristic society that gives people permission to kill one person wi

  • Title: Kill School: Slice
  • Author: Karen Carr
  • ISBN: 9781530391523
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • If you had to kill one person who would it be KILL SCHOOL follows sixteen year old Aria Nova as she explores her identity within a futuristic society that gives people permission to kill one person with a token Medical science has enabled everyone to live forever, which produces an overpopulation problem Since no one dies of natural causes, and to control the populatio If you had to kill one person who would it be KILL SCHOOL follows sixteen year old Aria Nova as she explores her identity within a futuristic society that gives people permission to kill one person with a token Medical science has enabled everyone to live forever, which produces an overpopulation problem Since no one dies of natural causes, and to control the population problem, each person between the ages of sixteen and eighteen must kill someone A life for a life When Aria receives her token, she is shocked to find out that it is enables her to kill one of the four governing Regulators The Regulators are in charge of her community and have never been in the termination pool Once in training camp, affectionately called Kill School, Aria hides her token s secret from friends and enemies alike In camp, Aria learns how to strangle, shoot, or poison a person skills she will need to carry out her termination task Through the support and protection of Camp Counselor Burke, she learns about the Regulators, a little about love, and family secrets destined to destroy or save her.

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    1. Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ KILL SCHOOL might be targeted at Young Adult readers but it would be a grave mistake for adult readers to ignore this book. The characters are realistic and believable. The setting is fascinating and well crafted. The action never stops and emotions run high. This book is an edgy look at both the good and bad that everyone carries inside themselves. Its a non-stop thrill ride that will leave you begging for more. Imagine living in a world w [...]

    2. I couldn't put this book down!! It usually takes me about a week to read a book, but I read this one in just two days because I was captured from the beginning. It's so amazing. It kind of reminds me of The Hunger Games with a little bit of the Uglies series, except this book is way better than either of those. I'm not even kidding. I love the plot of this so much, and the characters are awesome. I really can't wait to read the next book in the series! Now that I have raved about how awesome thi [...]

    3. A dystopian Young Adult novel full of surprises and new concepts - that is what Kill School: Slice was for me, it is difficult to find words to describe and conclude what I felt while reading it. So let’s start with a small overview of the plot.In this world no-one expects their 16th birthday, on the contrary it is a very dreadful day everyone is afraid of. “What colour will I get” is the only questions children are concerned about, “Will I get a green emerald or a blue sapphire or maybe [...]

    4. Kill SchoolI was incredibly impressed with this book. When the author first asked me to read it I had hesitations because I didn't really want to read a book about kids murdering people, but after just a few chapters I was hooked.I think what I like most is that this author isn't afraid to make you hate a character or push some boundaries that people might have issues with (killing babies and such) but when you think more about it, that is what makes the book more believable.I have so many theor [...]

    5. I really could not put this book down!Aria is a teenager who has to go to the so called 'Kill School' to help her train to be, well, a killer. This is because of an algorithm designed by a man long ago, Kalstein Barstow, and requires all teens from the ages of 16-18 to kill somebody. A life for a life.This novel was similar to the likes of the Percy Jackson series and the Hunger Games, in that the characters go to a camp, and that there is a legal obligation to kill people. Being two of the best [...]

    6. Kill School hooked me with the first chapter and didn’t let me go until the last page. The world that the author created became crystal clear to me while reading. Characters were well-created and left me wanting more of their story.The story takes place in the future where North America is no longer livable and many animals are long gone. Scientists have made possible immortality, but, children between the ages of sixteen and eighteen must kill one person. The color token received decides at w [...]

    7. I honestly never thought that a book can be that interesting! It usually takes me around a week to read it but with this book it just seems like I couldn't put it down. I wanted to know whats on the next page, next chapter. I have to say I was a little bit skeptical when I read the prologue but the moment I started reading I was transferred into a whole new world. World of imagination. The book is written in easy to understand English. It gives your imagination a lot to think about. Kids killing [...]

    8. A much more interesting book than I thought it would be. This was a fresh take on the YA Dystopia fiction. If you are a fan of the Hunger Games, this will interest you.

    9. Unique plotThe whole book was very well written and flowed smoothly. I have never read anything where kids go to a school to learn to kill people so was unsure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised by a refreshingly unique story.Throughout, the main character Aria was a relatable and realistic teen, as were her friends, but I wanted more of Burke. I cannot wait to read the next in the series and see what happens to them I would recommend this book to teenagers who like the dystopian genre [...]

    10. Excellent book! I loved this book! I can't wait for the next one! I need to find out what happens with Burke and Aria! I was very surprised how well this book was written! There were a few misspelled words but nothing that would distract me from continuing to read because it was that good of a story! I need to know what happens next!

    11. I was lucky enough to win this book for a review. I had this book on my TBR when I was notified I won it! I really enjoyed meeting the characters and their plights. This was very Hunger Games like, based on age of participants and futuristic feel. I'm hooked and will definitely read the rest of the series. I have already recommended this to a few people.

    12. I really like this book. Can't wait for the rest in the series. It's Hunger Games meet Divergent. The whole story was very compelling and adventurous."I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review."

    13. Very good I really liked this book and am going to buy the next one as this story line was unique and had a slightly different take in a dystopian future.

    14. Hunger Games meets Logan's Run!If you are a fan of either then you will appreciate this book. Well written, captivating, great pacing with characters you will root for!

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