I chose this book for a couple of group challenges and since I'm a scifi junkie and Dystopia is one of my favorite genres, I thought I would give this one a try.
I expected it to be to childish to get any kind of enjoyment out of it, but I was wrong. This is a book for middle grade children, but its story line and plot can hold an adult's attention. I liked the characters and the interesting ideas that the author creates for the story. I also like the fact that it wasn't full of the usual teen drama, hand holding, kissing and annoying romantic crap that so many of the ya dystopian novels are packed with.
I think it's worth continuing on with the rest of the series.