Pulse

Pulse Pickpocket Alexandra Murray has grown up learning that you can never rely on anyone but yourself and since terrorist attacks gave the military power to act on US soil it s made life hard for someone

  • Title: Pulse
  • Author: Steven Laidlaw
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: ebook
  • Pickpocket Alexandra Murray has grown up learning that you can never rely on anyone but yourself, and since terrorist attacks gave the military power to act on US soil, it s made life hard for someone who relies on stealing to survive.That is until her sixteenth birthday when a horrible event triggers something within that changes her life forever Will this be the changePickpocket Alexandra Murray has grown up learning that you can never rely on anyone but yourself, and since terrorist attacks gave the military power to act on US soil, it s made life hard for someone who relies on stealing to survive.That is until her sixteenth birthday when a horrible event triggers something within that changes her life forever Will this be the change that she s been looking for to make a new life for herself, or will misplaced trust and bad decisions see her lose her very freedom

    One thought on “Pulse”

    1. This is the story of Alex, a girl with a strange power called 'Pulse'. It's set in a futuristic dystopian version of our world where healthcare in America has really gone terribly wrong, and Alex (along with many others) is a pick-pocket just to survive. She doesn't know much about her power and it manifests early in the story when she's attacked, but as the story goes on she is quickly forced to find out more and go into training.What I liked about this was the fast pace. It felt like there was [...]

    2. Good read Enjoyed book , read it in one sitting . liked the characters and the plot twists and looking forward to next one. Well written but some errors in grammar but did not distract from enjoyment.

    3. Better than it has a right to beThis book isan YA tag does not admit it. Full of typo, but still a good read. Will most likely read the next book . Hope it's as good !

    4. I'm a little confused about what I should feel about this book.It seems there was a lot that I felt was lacking in the book. What is a pulse? How do people end up with the pulse? What is this pulse? What are the different powers that person can have and how far can they be stretched?I felt this book was a mish mash of too many things tried out all at once. There was a dystopian world where there was something wrong that was happening. Life is a mess and it is difficult to live your life without [...]

    5. Far outside my usual style, this definitely sits solidly in YA territory, though it definitely surprised me in a positive way.The story follows the sterotypical YA protagonist who is both mundane/underwhelming, yet at the same time not only is she special but singled out to be the best. It's also got the teenage crush + love triangle that permeates these sort of stories, tropes abound. However moving beyond that, the actual story/premise were good, not only that, but the final quarter is intense [...]

    6. Enjoyable readGood story, some big punctuationIssues and spellIng errors where it needs better editing bIt still a good read

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