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  • Future relevance

    A fascinating futuristic version of the direction and purpose of human existence. The story is well conceived and supported by humankind' s propensity for creating meaning and purpose above and beyond daily survival.

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  • Confusing book, horrible ending!

    This book was a waste of time. It is also confusing to follow as the dialogue is not marked with quotation marks. The ending is very confusing and I feel as if there is a lack of clarity and purpose and resolution.

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  • Interesting premise got overwhelmed d by theove st

    Part 1 The story revolves around a post apocalyptic society that is run by a group known as The Fatherhood, who has shunned the use of metal, as it is a substance responsible for the near destruction of humanity, and claims to uphold the word of God. The main character, Wills, is a timid kid who toes the line, for the most part, but deep down feels as though there is more going on than The Fatherhood is telling. His best friend, Maze, is a girl who does not hesitate to go against the tenets of this society, and will take risks to get at the truth. The story is well written and I enjoyed the interaction between these two characters, especially Wills' uncertainty when it comes to following Maze as she runs head first into didn't situations. The author got right into the meat of the story, which I appreciated. As the first of five parts, this ended in a cliffhanger, but I didn't find this upsetting since the author did well to present enough of the story to pull me in and generate enough interest that I will absolutely continue on with the rest of the story. Part 2 Enjoyable reading. The action is fast-paced and constant. The author does well to keep up the suspense. The story suffers in that it is a little predictable at times, and the main character's obsession with a girl is pathetic and takes up too much of the story. In all, I liked the story and will definitely read the next installment. Part 3 Excellent installment on the Wipe series! One of the main weak points of the story the far has been the unreciprocated affection that the main character, Wills, has for the girl, Maze, week has led him on this adventure. In the installment, he begins to grow a bit of a backbone, albeit primarily because another female character has drawn his attention. Nevertheless less, his "lovesick puppy" yearnings begin to subside and distract less from what I've a very good story. Turkot shows great ability to keep the story interesting throughout. Wipe doesn't really suffer through those typical flat spots found in most stories. I look forward to part four Part 4 Wipe continues to be more about the unrequited love the main character (Wills) holds in his heart (for Maze) than the post apocalyptic world that surrounds him. The very journey that these two have undertaken is more so about his desire to be close to the woman loves. Part 4 of this story offers more insight into what happened to cause the "wipe", and why. I found this to be the most disappointing portion of the story. The reasons for the wipe and the explanation for Maze's tattoo seemed far fetched and not well executed. One more part of this story remains, and I will read it because I have come this far, but I don't expect the conclusion to be anything more than just average Part 5 The final part of what could have been an intriguing post-apocalyptic, dystopian story, but became way too much of a love story for my tastes. The story seemed to lose a lot of its steam as Maze and Wills reach the Tower. There was so much anticipation built into them reaching it. Once they get there, and it's secrets are revealed, the rest is a letdown. It felt as if the tower really ought to have been the conclusion of the story, but there's an additional story element that felt forced and didn't really go anywhere.

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