May 19, 2012

Review: 101 by Margaret Chatwin

How do you get desperately needed answers when no one is talking? Who do you trust in a place full of criminals, a place where it’s easy to mistake friends for enemies and enemies for friends? And how is it possible for one girl to seemingly vanish into thin air, especially when the place is surrounded by sixteen foot high electric fences?
When Trigg and his sister Ren are sentenced to township 101 for the crime of defending themselves, and Ren suddenly comes up missing, Trigg must ask himself these same questions.
Something else he’d like to know is, how do you survive when the flaws of the NAO’s justice system has turned a simple punishment into a game of life or death?

This story has a very different take on crime & punishment. It's probably not far off from what our future is going to be. The book has a good, solid storyline. The main character certainly goes through alot just to try to find and protect his sister. I could see these things actually happening in this kind of an environment. It is a very interesting and easy read. The story flows nicely and has no slow spots. It is nice to read a different kind of story sometimes. This is definitly one I enjoyed.

     Publisher-Whisk Away Books         
Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by~Mechele
~Thank you to the author for the donation of this book to the Read for your Future book program!~

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read 101. I'm so thrilled that you liked it. :)


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