Review: Partials by Dan Wells

Cover: Epic

Rating: PG-13 (Violence)

Thumbs Up: 4

Overall: Good

Characters: Good

Plot: Interesting

Page Turner: Yes

Series Cont: Yes

Recommend: Yes

Book Boyfriend: Marcus

 

My review on Partials:

I give Partials 4 stars. Partials is set on a futuristic New York City where the human population is dying quickly. There hasn’t been a baby that lived for more than 3 days for more than 10 years. It’s because of the RM virus released by the Partials. What are Partials? Partials are the robots that the humans made for war and protection, but the Partials have gone rogue, along with release a threatening virus. Kira is a 16 year old girl and she is training to become a nurse so she has to watch all these infants die, while researching on them when they are both alive and dead. She can’t stand it and wants to figure out a way to save the babies before it’s too late for herself. Why is that? Well, currently a female at the age 18 or over have to have children no matter what. There’s talk of lower the age and Kira doesn’t want to endure through watching her own future children die. She comes up with the theory that the Partials have the cure, but that means she has to go get a live one. Will she be allowed to get a Partial? Will she do it whether she has the permission or not? Will she find a cure? Will she be able to stay alive during all this pandemonium?

 

For the Goodreads’ page, go to:

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12476820-partials

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “Review: Partials by Dan Wells

  1. This looks like a really great book! Love the premise of it!

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