Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch

Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch

I was not exactly eager to read this book, but it did not seem like it would be too boring. At first I thought that it was just going to be another romance with a love triangle and everything, but it was not. It has a lot about human rights and brought up many points that were  major factors back when slavery was being debated. In this book, Ella has been genetically bred to be the perfect pet, her sole purpose in life is to make her masters happy. The only problem is that when she gets sold to her master, things are not like what she was taught. Not everybody thinks of pets the same way she thought they did. As Ella sees more and more of the real world, she starts to question where someone like her fits in. I found this book to be a slow read. It was not boring, but it did not pull me in until the very end. The ending was my favorite part, it did a really good job of solving the problem but not creating a fairy tale ending. To me this book was a cross between The Selection by Kiera Cass and Starters by Lissa Price, so if you liked those books you would like this book.

 

$9.85
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