Enklawa

Enklawa Znam tylko podziemne tunele Tak jak Skr t i Kamie moi przyjaciele kt rzy mieli tyle szcz cia eby do y pi tnastu lat i dosta imiona Tak jak Cie Podobno by na Powierzchni ale ja w to nie wierz Prze

  • Title: Enklawa
  • Author: Ann Aguirre
  • ISBN: 9788324140596
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Znam tylko podziemne tunele.Tak jak Skr t i Kamie , moi przyjaciele, kt rzy mieli tyle szcz cia, eby do y pi tnastu lat i dosta imiona.Tak jak Cie Podobno by na Powierzchni, ale ja w to nie wierz.Przecie tam na Powierzchni nie ma nic Czy dziewczyna urodzona w ciemno ci prze yje zes anie w wiat o dnia W wiecie Karo, enklawie g boko pod ziemi , prawo do imienia zZnam tylko podziemne tunele.Tak jak Skr t i Kamie , moi przyjaciele, kt rzy mieli tyle szcz cia, eby do y pi tnastu lat i dosta imiona.Tak jak Cie Podobno by na Powierzchni, ale ja w to nie wierz.Przecie tam na Powierzchni nie ma nic Czy dziewczyna urodzona w ciemno ci prze yje zes anie w wiat o dnia W wiecie Karo, enklawie g boko pod ziemi , prawo do imienia zyskujesz, je li zdo asz prze y pi tna cie lat Od tej pory jeste owc , Robotnikiem lub Reproduktorem.Karo zawsze chcia a by owc Teraz wyrusza na pierwsze polowanie z tajemniczym Cieniem, ch opakiem, kt rego dotyk jest tak delikatny, jak sztylet jest mierciono ny Ale nawet razem mog pa ofi ar czaj cych si w tunelach potwor w Zw aszcza gdy odkryj , e te bezmy lne krwio ercze bestie zmieni y si w zorganizowanych, inteligentnych my liwych.Lecz starszyzna nie zamierza tego rozg asza Karo i Cie chc ostrzec mieszka c w enklawy, wi c zostaj z niej wygnani Nie maj dok d p j W ton cych w ciemno ci, spowitych dymem tunelach czeka ich mier Pozostaje tylko droga na Powierzchni sk d jeszcze nikt nie wr ci Enklawa , postapokaliptyczny thriller dla fan w Metra 2033 i Igrzysk mierci , rozpali wyobra ni czytelnik w mro c krew wizj przysz o ci i mi o ci dwojga m odych bohater w, kt rzy w wiecie zniszczonym tajemnicz katastrof mog liczy tylko na siebie, na sw j instynkt, rodz ce si uczucie i mgliste wspomnienia cywilizacji sprzed zag ady

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    1. I thought for a little bit about how to review this book, if I should go over all the weird mistakes and struggles with the world building chronologically or if I should just jump in at what bothered me most and work backwards. Generally, following the timeline of the book makes for a better review, but since I am so utterly horrified by the last third of the book I can't stomach talking about things like sewer systems, night vision, bad name choices, and human nature. All that keeps ringing in [...]

    2. this book has absolutely nothing in common with the hunger games. sure, there are kids who fight, but the circumstances are entirely different. most of the kids in h.g. have not been trained to fight, they are being forced to fight for the entertainment of the capitol. the main character of h.g. is not a girl who has been honed to kill monsters that attack her community, nor one who has been raised in such a sheltered and specific educational-track focused entirely on fighting that emotions are [...]

    3. So, The Hunger Games had a baby with Fallout. Then, they broke up and The Walking Dead became the new step-parent. Giving rise to the strange child we call Enclave. Isn't she a cwute wittle one?I had this big stupid flow chart all planned out for this review, but it seems there are like a hundred reasons why it won't work. Well, more like two. Images aren't working correctly on at the moment AND I can't find a free site to host such a large image on AND it looks like crap small. Damn. That's fo [...]

    4. 3/29/12 Stop by The Nocturnal Library to read our interview with Ann Aguirre and enter for a chance to win one of 3 books: Enclave, Grimspace or Blue Diablo.I am happy. I am shocked. I still can’t believe this. Ann Aguirre just got promoted to my favorite author. Ok, maybe not favorite, but close enough. I mean, come on! She writes this fantastic SF series, starting with Grimspace, a very good (if not great) and very unusual UF series with elements of horror (the Corine Solomon series), and no [...]

    5. HOLY WOW. WHY HAVE I NOT READ THIS SERIES SOONER? SO MUCH FUN!!! AMAZING PROTAGONIST. AMAZING, CREEPY WORLD. LOVE, LOVE, LOVVVVVE STALKER (even though I know he won't win!). This is SO my type of book, why did I take so long to read it?

    6. Enclave's premise drew my attention more than a lot of the other, more hyped YA dystopias. And I believe that most of it lived up to my expectations.Enclave starts with Deuce - or rather, at the time, Girl15 - en route to her naming ceremony. In the enclave, your name is merely your gender and an exclusive number. But if you're lucky enough to make it to the age of fifteen, you get a real name. Six cuts, three on each forearm - these are the marks that make you a Hunter or Huntress. It has been [...]

    7. 2.5 stars out of 5.The GOOD- Character development (except later in the book). When Deuce was underground (at the beginning of the book), the author really took her time to develop her characters. Deuce is a soldier underground. In the beginning, Deuce does what she is told, thinks what she is told and doesn’t question authority. However, it is clear to the reader that there is more to Deuce than her brutal surroundings and life. Fade, her partner, is mysterious not only to Deuce but to everyo [...]

    8. Okay, I'm adding this note because I'm seeing some activity on this review as I'm updating my reading progress in the third book. I need to reread this one at some point, because reading the sequel Outpost completely changed my perspective on certain issues. My mini reaction to that book is here: /review/show/But for now, my initial reaction to the first book remains below. It's fascinating to see this society that the author created.2.5 stars I really wanted to like this book, but holy moly. I [...]

    9. After receiving a copy of this book from GoodReads friend Lucy, I was immediately drawn to the Publisher’s Weekly quote declaring the book to be “for fans of The Hunger Games”. Such comparison quotes, while attention grabbing and common practice amongst publishers, immediately set up a certain level of expectations, even in the most cynical of readers. While I haven’t actually finished reading The Hunger Games yet (I’ll get round to it eventually, I swear!), I began this book with the [...]

    10. Onvan : Enclave (Razorland, #1) - Nevisande : Ann Aguirre - ISBN : 312650086 - ISBN13 : 9780312650087 - Dar 259 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2011

    11. HATE New York City has been decimated by war and plague, and most of civilization has taken to living in underground enclaves, where the life expectancy is no more than the early 20's. The main character is name Deuce, yes Deuce. She gets this name in a naming ceremony where the towns people gather around, place a bunch of rando items in front of you, cut your arms a bunch of time, and then whatever you bleed on first is your new name. (This is really where the problem started for me.) I wont li [...]

    12. This was only the second book I’ve read by Aguirre, with the first being Skin Game, which I was less than impressed with. And yes, I realize I still haven’t read the one series lauded as her best, Sirantha Jax, but I will get to it one of these days. Although Enclave had some great ideas, some very quotable passages, and some fascinating characters, I think it also fell short in a number of ways.This book tells the story of Deuce; a girl living underground in the tunnels and sewer systems of [...]

    13. Ummm.WOW. Enclave was a breath a fresh air. If you are looking for a book with lots of action, a strong, ass-kicking heroine, and romance that takes a back seat, Enclave is your book. This book is marketed towards, "Fans of The Hunger Games." Ummmwhy? The only similarities I can possibly see is the strength of the main characters. Katniss and Deuce (how awesome is her name?!) are both hunters and get into a lot of fights. And both books do feature dystopian societies. Enclave is very fast paced [...]

    14. Via The Obsessive Bookseller at nikihawkesSeveral months ago, I made the decision to read everything Ann Aguirre had on the market because I loved her Sirantha Jax series so much (so for all of you who visit The Obsessive Bookseller regularly, I’m sorry for being so repetitive, haha). I was particularly excited to pick up this series because I’d had it on my reading list even before I became fond of the author. I am glad to report that Enclave was every bit as enjoyable as her other books.Th [...]

    15. TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE AND VICTIM BLAMINGI actually re-read this because the new one came out and I just looked at most of the reviews for this one and thought, "Damn, maybe I was just in a bad mood when I read it."The re-reading actually made me lower the rating from 2 stars to 1.The first time I read it I was in the middle of exams, and I wasn't really thinking about what I was reading, it was mostly to get my mind off things for a bit - and it failed even at that, since I only gave it a 2 back [...]

    16. 3 1/2 starsA couple of years ago, I endured read a young adult zombie novel which it seemed might turn me away from the shambling mobs forever. But then, after two years of strict zombie literature abstinence, enter the Zombie Advocacy Board: your friendly neighborhood support group, recommendation service, and cheerleaders for all things decomposing and reanimated. So far I’ve read three zombie books this year; a very small percentage, but I think it’s safe to say that the healing has begu [...]

    17. There were different kinds of strength. I knew that now. It didn’t always come from a knife or a willingness to fight. Sometimes it came from endurance, where the well ran deep and quiet. Sometimes it came from compassion and forgiveness. I thought this was really good. It is an identity story wrapped in a devastated world survival/adventure tale, and it is surprisingly insightful. It was engrossing enough that I started the next book immediately.

    18. This book reminded me of why I sometimes HATE when writers for adults attempt to write for younger audiences. People, how many times do I have to remind you that having a good premise and combining that with sloppy worldbuilding, a teenaged protagonist, and a love triangle does NOT automatically qualify a book as YA? I managed to finish ENCLAVE, but only because the whole time I kept on expecting it to get better, for it to eventually blow me away. Well, there was definitely no blowing away: my [...]

    19. Post-plague, underground, dystopian fiction set in a smallish, harsh, survival-of-the-fittest society, a deserted, crumbling New York City, unexpected friendship, a hint of romance and super-gory zombies! "Enclave" turned out to be extremely engrossing. Although, sometimes, I was a little chicken to turn the page and find out what happened next, I craved to return to the story with a feverish intensity each time I decided to shut down my Kindle, since nourishing my body, working for my living an [...]

    20. This book, you love it, or you hate it. And then there's me.Enclave starts out as a very captivating, very exciting read. The world building is terrifying; we've got society living underground, talk of barren wastelands and acid rain "Topside", beasts are roaming the tunnels which, let's face it, are zombies. These "Freaks" eat human flesh, they smell and look like death, and they are taking over! I was lost and absorbed by this dreary desolation. Though what makes it the most compelling is the [...]

    21. My Rating: 4 StarsThis is one of those books that I was unsure about. I read through the book not really knowing what to think and by the end I thought to myself, "what a fascinating read". The world that Ann Aguirre creates is not a pretty one. It is harsh, full of violence and people only survive if they are strong. It is essentially one of the more dismal worlds that I have read about. I still have many questions that remain unanswered especially concerning topside, but I am confident that Ag [...]

    22. "He'd said the sun could burn me. It certainly looked angry enough, all orange and glowing mad.""There were different kinds of strength. I knew that now. It didn't always come from a knife or a willingness to fight. Sometimes it came from endurance, where the well ran deep and quiet. Sometimes it came from compassion and forgiveness.""You could miss someone, but it did no good to fixate on loss. I wished I had the ready words of a Breeder or the ability to comfort with a soft touch. I didn't. In [...]

    23. Review from BookBranch.Phewf. Glad that one is done. I REALLY didn't enjoy it. I wanted to give up at around %50, but it cost $9 and I was desperately hoping that it would get better. It didn't. This review is full of minor spoilers, but there's really nothing you won't have predicted once you're in a couple chapters.While planning this novel, I'm assuming the author visited the TVTropes page for every dystopian novel written up to this point and decided to integrate every cliche she could find. [...]

    24. If I knew this book is about zombies, I wouldn't have read it. And gladly I didn't. The thing is I'm not a zombie fan. It was my first book from this kind cause I hate the movies. Disgusting. I know lots of researchers proved that humans can become zombies and it would have to be caused by a very rare virus or something but although they can truly happen I still dislike to watch/read (or so I thought) anything about them. Anyway, you can guess my surprise when I discovered that Freaks are truly [...]

    25. Let me be frank: I wanted to like this book. The premise sounded interesting, even though it's yet another dystopic young adult novel. Halfway into this book, I was tempted to give it up, but I kept pressing on. A bit farther, and I thought I could see the light at the end of the tunnel--the situation was getting more interesting. By the end of the book, however, I was livid, disgusted, and annoyed. Ignoring all the poor world-building, the horribly card-board-like characters, the handling of se [...]

    26. 2.5 to 3 stars, I'm okay with this book and I'm surprised the story isn't as awful and ridiculous as I've recently experienced with the other Young Adult dystopian novels (Legend trilogy by Marie Lu, I'm looking right at you). Well, the world building does leave many things to be desired, we only know civilization as we know it had broken down sometime ago (a couple of decades ago, or within the last 100 years, I guess?) and now humans are living underground in different 'enclaves' to avoid the [...]

    27. We had Hunger Games to keep us entertained in dystopian adventures and now I think Enclave is a rightfully successor of a story. The main protagonist is a Hunter and all her life she has been breed to Hunt, hunting is all she knows. Equipped with basic tools of killing she kills Freaks amongst other things. She knows not much at all of the upside world, for she has lived underground has not tasted the Sunlight or seen, cars or guns. The Enclave are a gang who consist of Brats, Hunters, Breeders [...]

    28. I’ve really got to hand it to Ann Aguirre for writing a fascinating post-apocalyptic YA that I was able to finish without rolling my eyes. To be honest, the amount of Dystopian YA’s being published bores me. Every one of these YA’s are being courted as the next Hunger Games just like a few years ago with every single YA with vampires, fairies or fallen emo angels was the next Twilight. Ann takes some interesting chances with Enclave, and this is not for the weak of heart. Nothing is sugar [...]

    29. Enclave is amongst the few dystopian novels that has actually received a level amount of praise from practically everyone. As far as I know, there are no “haters” of Enclave, although there are those that feel simply ambivalent towards the novel, and as such, I went into it fully expecting to love it. Much to my disappointment, however, not only did I not fall in love with this novel, I couldn’t even bring myself to finish it. I was less than hundred pages from the end when I came to sudde [...]

    30. Looks like I'm going to rate this one a little lower than the majority! To be honest, I really liked the way it started out. In fact, throughout the whole book I loved how they reacted when they discovered some of the things we take for granted today. Things like watches, metal spoons, weddings, books. Doors blocked off tiny rooms, except for the one, where the metal hung askew, revealing a squat chair with a hole in it. Curiosity got the best of me, then overwhelming disgust.Hahaha!I liked that [...]

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