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Read & Download Scythe AUTHOR Neal Shusterman 104 Ë [EPUB] ✹ Scythe ✼ Neal Shusterman – Gwairsoft.co.uk Thou shalt killA world with no hunger no disease no war no misery Humanity has conuered all those things and has even conuered death Now scythes are the only ones who can end life—and they are comma Thou shalt killA wLy ones who can end life and they are commanded to do so in order to keep the size of the population under controlCitra and Rowan are chosen to apprentice. “Have we ever had an enemy worse than ourselves” Reread This book was genius That is all ——————————————HOLY SHIT I AM IN AWE I AM IN LOVE I’m blown away by what I’ve just read I’m pretty sure I became high whilst reading it And now I’ve been left exhausted by all the excitementHello to my favourite new author I'm going to try and review this Possible verbal diarrhoea aheadThis story was ridiculously clever I was not expecting to enjoy it since I haven't been the biggest fan of the dystopia genre since The Hunger Games and the Divergent series I stupidly assumed that it would be something along those lines Assuming is the dumbest thing I could’ve done Lesson learnedThis is an intricate story that dissects our society where in this plot line our current world has passed and the population is just reminiscing on it whether that’s in a positive or negative light This is all whilst they're living in a state of utopia The futureThis book took a fresh and uniue spin on the genre and I've fallen in love with it again More so the author and his craftIt follows two main characters Citra and Rowan who have been selected to join the Scythedom as apprentices led by Scythe Faraday Their role is to become skilful at 'killing' or 'gleaning' as it is referred to in this world as the Scythedom do not believe in killing but ending your life when it is 'supposed' to end according to their orderI don't want to give too much away of the plot as it is best to go in blind because the surprises that awaits the reader are darn good But we follow these characters on a journey that puts into uestion and pushes their values beliefs and morality My head was spinning by the during it and after itThe world building is pretty much perfect We are introduced to it slowly and it is built upon as the story progresses in a way that does not get too overwhelming for the reader but rather where the reader grasps it perfectly and falls right into itA lot of that had to do with the writing It was pretty much mesmerising and told in the form of a narrative coupled with some insightful journal entries which created this illusion almost where I believed that the world actually existed Or that it is not too far off from our world becoming as such It boggled my mind As for the characters Rowan was the most complex I enjoyed the fact that we had two different characters on two sets of journeys following individual experiences and it brilliantly overlapping The roles they took on uestioned everything they believed in and formed their character for better and worse It was an incredibly enjoyable and immersive reading experience What becomes of people and a society when others have been given too much power and aren't scrutinised for it How does one ensure that morals and ethics are kept in line with what’s appropriate Who decides what’s appropriateThere were so many uestionable variables that were explored that are parallel to our current climate It was absolutely thrilling to read———————————————BUDDY READING WITH LUCIE AND WE ARE SO HYPED 🤩Please deliver The last book I read butchered any form of emotions I had so I need you to revive it ———————————————Because the bookish enabler known as Nani pretty much put a spell on me and so I bought the book I swear the hype better be real for this My heart is too weak to handle disappointment

Scythe AUTHOR Neal ShustermLy ones who can end life and they are commanded to do so in order to keep the size of the population under controlCitra and Rowan are chosen to apprentice. “Have we ever had an enemy worse than ourselves” Reread This book was genius That is all ——————————————HOLY SHIT I AM IN AWE I AM IN LOVE I’m blown away by what I’ve just read I’m pretty sure I became high whilst reading it And now I’ve been left exhausted by all the excitementHello to my favourite new author I'm going to try and review this Possible verbal diarrhoea aheadThis story was ridiculously clever I was not expecting to enjoy it since I haven't been the biggest fan of the dystopia genre since The Hunger Games and the Divergent series I stupidly assumed that it would be something along those lines Assuming is the dumbest thing I could’ve done Lesson learnedThis is an intricate story that dissects our society where in this plot line our current world has passed and the population is just reminiscing on it whether that’s in a positive or negative light This is all whilst they're living in a state of utopia The futureThis book took a fresh and uniue spin on the genre and I've fallen in love with it again More so the author and his craftIt follows two main characters Citra and Rowan who have been selected to join the Scythedom as apprentices led by Scythe Faraday Their role is to become skilful at 'killing' or 'gleaning' as it is referred to in this world as the Scythedom do not believe in killing but ending your life when it is 'supposed' to end according to their orderI don't want to give too much away of the plot as it is best to go in blind because the surprises that awaits the reader are darn good But we follow these characters on a journey that puts into uestion and pushes their values beliefs and morality My head was spinning by the during it and after itThe world building is pretty much perfect We are introduced to it slowly and it is built upon as the story progresses in a way that does not get too overwhelming for the reader but rather where the reader grasps it perfectly and falls right into itA lot of that had to do with the writing It was pretty much mesmerising and told in the form of a narrative coupled with some insightful journal entries which created this illusion almost where I believed that the world actually existed Or that it is not too far off from our world becoming as such It boggled my mind As for the characters Rowan was the most complex I enjoyed the fact that we had two different characters on two sets of journeys following individual experiences and it brilliantly overlapping The roles they took on uestioned everything they believed in and formed their character for better and worse It was an incredibly enjoyable and immersive reading experience What becomes of people and a society when others have been given too much power and aren't scrutinised for it How does one ensure that morals and ethics are kept in line with what’s appropriate Who decides what’s appropriateThere were so many uestionable variables that were explored that are parallel to our current climate It was absolutely thrilling to read———————————————BUDDY READING WITH LUCIE AND WE ARE SO HYPED 🤩Please deliver The last book I read butchered any form of emotions I had so I need you to revive it ———————————————Because the bookish enabler known as Nani pretty much put a spell on me and so I bought the book I swear the hype better be real for this My heart is too weak to handle disappointment

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Scythe AUTHOR Neal Shusterman ✓ Thou shalt killA world with no hunger no disease no war no misery Humanity has conuered all those things and has even conuered death Now scythes are the on. Pretty much a perfect teen adventure novel In a conflict free world where humans have conuered death elected Scythes must cull the human population Two teens find themselves volunteered as apprentice Scythes and discover that of all the things that Scythes can kill corruption is not one of them 1 Over the years I've heard many books touted as the successor to Hunger Games but SCYTHE is the first one that I would really truly stand behind as it offers teens a complementary reading experience to that series rather than a duplicate one Like Hunger Games SCYTHE invites readers to both turn pages uickly but also furrow their brows over the ethical uestions it asks Tone wise I would place it solidly between M T Anderson's FEED and Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series2 Over the years YA has come to encompass a wide age range — one that I feel tends to skew ever older and sometimes forget the folks who are growing out of middle grade but slowly SCYTHE strikes me as a true teen novel one that I will happily thrust into the hands of even reluctant 12 14 year old readers to show them what awaits them in genre fiction It asks enough difficult uestions to stick in the mind but it never asks them at the expense of pacing or story Although it's a series starter and the end is tantalizing it does feel like it satisfyingly stands alone as is evidenced by its new Printz Honor sticker — the Printz is very rarely awarded to series books as the novel's merit must be contained entirely within the volume awarded Moreover it is very light on the romance something that younger readers often prefer and somewhat difficult to find in YA3 Over the years I have grown too lazy to make note of when seuels come out I've made a note on my calendar for this one though — November 2017 I look forward to another good time Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Neal Shusterman

Neal Shusterman ✓ 4 Read

Neal Shusterman ✓ 4 Read To a scythe a role that neither wants These teens must master the “art” of taking life knowing that the conseuence of failure could mean losing their o. The ratings are insane Is it THAT good