Monday, May 16, 2016

Flawed/Cecelia Ahern/324 pgs.

Celestine North is a perfect teenager--good student, obedient to her parents, girlfriend to Art Craven, whose father is the head judge for the Guild. The Guild is the ruling body that determines if a person is "Flawed." The Flawed live by different rules in society--they have curfews, eat different food, sit in different seats on the bus, just to name a few. Celestine performs an act that marks her as Flawed. The book makes the reader think how society treats its members that are considered different or "flawed." This book is a fast read, but it leaves some unfinished plot lines that will be resolved in the next installment. Recommended!

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