Sandra J. Jackson
- Title: Playing in the Rain
- Author: Sandra J. Jackson
- ISBN: 9781628682144
- Page: 328
- Format: Paperback
There s nothing harder than pretending to be unaware, robotic even, but that s exactly what A2 has to do once the drug starts wearing off Constantly being followed by the camera s red eye, A2 is mindful of her every move as she tries to understand where she is and why Things get complicated for her when she is introduced to another robotic girl.Who is she and how diThere s nothing harder than pretending to be unaware, robotic even, but that s exactly what A2 has to do once the drug starts wearing off Constantly being followed by the camera s red eye, A2 is mindful of her every move as she tries to understand where she is and why Things get complicated for her when she is introduced to another robotic girl.Who is she and how did they both get there
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“Both Bethany and I realized that the room was transforming into our tomb.”Though the author has been talking about this book for a while, the content and subject matter always seemed a bit vague, and now I understand why. For almost a third of the book, along with the protagonist, at first known only as A2, I wondered what was going on. It’s deftly done, involving the reader in her plight, and her thought processes concerning her circumstances. Those circumstances encompass who she is, wh [...]
Great cover. Reading this reminded me of Wool by Hugh Howey. The story was intriguing and you definitely wanted to know what was happening--why is this girl there? Who is she? And why was Jasper, the one attending to her, coming in every day giving her different vaccinations, so secretive? Is he a good guy? A bad guy? Who is Cecil and why is he so secretive? What is the true agenda? Since this is the first in a series I guess we will find this out in the next book.All we know is some awful disea [...]
Strange, but compellingI knew this was a dystopian book before I bought it, but it is one of the strangest books I think I've read. Half of it is spent in an cleansed, stark white facility and the rest is spent in a dank and dirty wooden house.The most compelling part is the relationship of the sisters who begin to remember bits and pieces of their childhood after being drugged with things to make them forget.It is not my usual type of read, but this author does a very good job with descriptions [...]
Awesome! I really enjoyed it. You really capture visual imagery well in your writing style, Sandra J Jackson. April and Beth were very endearing, and you were totally able to make the reader dislike the antagonist. Arrrg Cecil! Looking forward to the follow up!
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