Friday, January 23, 2015

Rite of Rejection by Sarah Negovetich

Rebecca has been selected. The machine that determines who will be a future criminal, a menace to society has chosen her. It was unexpected -- She has never broken a rule, where did she go wrong, what will become of her, will she survive? The PIT is full of criminals and they all lived behind barbed wire fences. The food is bland at best, shelter is shoddy and death seems almost imminent.

Rebeca joins forces with a few other teen misfits and together they try to break out of the system. Friendships are forged, a love triangle is created (how cliche') and a life is lost. Each character is intriguing and the plot builds, slows then builds back up! Overall a fairly decent read that will keep you interested however.... a bit of information was lacking, information, I hope is devulged in the next book.

There is a high level of predictability and a cliffhanger ending one, I hope, I haven't forgotten by the time the next book comes out.

Grade: B+

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