I have always loved dystopian fiction and since reading Vox a few years ago, I’ve really found myself drawn to dystopian of a feminist nature.
I’m not sure how I felt about this book. I kinda loved it and kinda didn’t, but that’s mostly because it’s literary fiction. And to be honest, that’s not always my thing.
Here’s the thing. The plot is interesting. The character isn’t all that likable. And it’s a fairly quick easy read. And so, it’s a very mixed bag for me.
I think this is going to be loved by certain people and disliked by others, but I think you have to be in a certain place to really resonate with it.