Pure is a dystopian novel written by Julianna Baggott and published in The first part of a trilogy, it tells the story of Pressia and her people, living in a. Full resolution (original file) ( × 1, pixels, file size: KB, MIME type: image/jpeg). About; File History. There is no description yet. Add a description. Julianna Baggott is the author of over twenty books, under her own name and pen names, most notably New York Times Notable Books of the Year Pure, from .
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Dec 23, Cathy Day added it Shelves: Part of it is we spend a lot more time outside the Dome, so of course it is more vivid, but it also has the greatest amount of elements that surprised me or defied my expectations.
I think this is in due part to the writing. It doesn’t take precedence over actual plot, unlike many other cases, and there are no pesky love triangles. What qualities push a book from genre towards “literary?
I said in an earlier draft of this review that the book wasnt as good as the publisher thought it was. Secondary characters, though, often faded into the background or simply served as set dressing.
The people of this world are similarly affected: Some characters are tall and merciless. Descriptions of how humans are fused with objects, other humans, or the earth itself is, witho Just as disturbing and highly addicting, Fuse is an excellent sequel to Julianna’s compelling dystopian series. Slightly dystopian, more post-apocalyptic Thank you Headline for providing me this book for review!
So much happens in this book, and it’s just so good! I smile just thinking of Helmud; he’s just great. So what if someone set us up the bomb, or several bombs, and instead of nuclear winter and all the survivors dying of cancer, they got fused to each other and bits of glass and animals and broken doll heads?
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Do I have your attention yet? Nov 29, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: Roca June 30, Language: There’s puzzles, riddles, suspense, foreshadowing, and all that good stuff that makes you pull your hair and gnash your teeth.
She lives in an abandoned Barber shop with her grandfather and pet Cicada, Freedle, left to scavenge and barter for food with trinkets she learned to make from scraps of metal and wire she recovers from the debris on the streets. How many are there? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Mar 21, Arielle Walker rated it really liked it Shelves: If they ignore the fact that Pressia is half Japanese in the casting I will completely give up on Hollywood – and things aren’t looking inspiring so far.
Aug 29, Saul Gonzalez rated it liked it. When I think of Aribelle and Sedge and her granddad, I mean my heart just goes out to them. Ermm, can I just give Glassings a shout-out! Was it just one city?
They’re my absolute favourites. Some books try too much.
Feb 04, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: Pibro is another multiple viewpoint book, the perspective shuffling through four different third-person vantage points. Instead of characters being fangoriously devoured by a gelatinous beast there’s a lot of characters being fangoriously devoured by dust-beasts and other such mutants.
Other books in the series.
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Pressia, El Capitan, Partridge, Lyda; everyone is back, and it was good to be back. Baggott does her best to “refresh” where she can, but she doesn’t waste a lot of time recapping and re-exploring territory she’s already covered. If you enjoy a dark dystopian emotional read, this series might be right for you.
I struggled through all bar sixty-odd pages of it, and it had a rather open, unstatisfying ending. Julianna Baggott weaves masterful descriptions of landscapes, like her opening paragraph, “Lying on a thin coat libeo snow, she sees gray earth meeting gray sky, and she knows she’s back. Someone would have learned about his plan and sent in Seal Team Six.
It’s cruel, it’s very bizarre, and it’s strangely fascinating. This book wont really appeal to teens, for several reasons I cant be bothered to list. I even loved it after she ended it with one cruel lbro. Lists with This Book. Sometimes the subtle juliannna can mean so much more. I enjoyed Pressia as our protagonist. The characters are teenagers, but the nightmarish situations they have to endure, the horror and gore, as well as the length of the book are most definitely pointing to an adult read.
Weakness, like not giving up hope when you know juliana should.
This is written in third person present tense, and it moves around between four different heads. Julianna Baggott manages to find a way to take the gritty, desolate world of fused mutations in the aftermath of nuclear annihilation and drip just enough tender humanity into it to make a libr ending a little sharper.
In addition to these two, we’ve got a few less visited POVs from characters that we meet throughout the book; some good, some evil, for an overall eccentric mix. A girl can admire a strong, brave man, right?
Partridge returns, he has no choice many are being killed, horribly. Pure has a little bit of an economy cast issue going on TVTropes.