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Kayla joins an underground movement headed up to the mountains to resist the Party and strengthen their own natural uszanne. There were virtually no subplots except for some paltry romance that was undeveloped, unbelievable, and uninteresting.
There are some really scary possibilities. I have really enjoyed the first two books in the Bar Code Trilogy.
Kayla struggles to fit into the new big trend, getting a barcode tattoo. The song her mother sang was no longer true for her.
Overall, great idea, poor execution. Great concept, great setting, such a shallow plot.
Bar Code Series
So yeah, Don’t Bother. Sold by Patricia McCormick. To ask other readers questions about The Bar Code Barcodplease sign up. Diora sounds like a good book. In this plot there is an emotional conflict as romantic feelings flare between Kyla and Jack and she tries to keep her distance remembering how much Mfumba meant to her.
Mfumbe is a good guy, it just doesn’t seem like she really cared for Mfumbe like I said Jack would have been a tattooo match, just saying! Unfortunately for me, that kind of thing breaks my ability to suspend disbelief while reading.
Were we just pawns in the game of life sitting on the shelf until someone important enough decided we were useful? I weep for humanity.
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The scary part is how possible this is in our society today and how fast it could happen. Kayla has seen visions of their participation but bsrcode what will happen if they join but agrees they have little choice.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. View all 3 comments. This is her second book about the bar codes an cant wait to get the next one. In the case of the protagonist and her clone sisters, the DNA of a sparrow. The story would’ve been a lot better if Ms Suzanne Weyn had slowed down the romance and the action and just about everything else going on in that book. Follow Us on Facebook.
Also, the first book alludes to legal battles for clones in Europe.
The Bar Code Rebellion
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I probably could’ve done without reading this book. I loved this book; I would recommend it to anyone.
In the book, more importantly everyone loses their identity and that is just like being zombies. To view it, click here. Interesting, but not totally put together. The story itself is kind of lame and predictable, except toward the end where it just veers off in a random direction.
I felt that it was mocking the entire futuristic setting of the book. In reality, many people are built that way, that they fear illnesses, and abnormalities.