Friday, February 3, 2012

Subject Seven by James A. Moore

Subject Seven is an exciting and interesting novel. Its plot was creative and compelling. It is about a group of teenagers, who as children, were turned into deadly assassins by a group of scientists. Subject Seven is one of the children, who is able to escape, and aware of his situation, lashed out violently against the people who captured him, and others throughout the story. He attempts to round of the other “subjects;” Hunter, Cody, Gene, Tina, and Kyrie, who have since been released following the Subject Seven incident. The plot moves fast, as narration is first person, and switches between the other teens in the story, as they struggle for their lives, and the truth of their respective pasts. The story has some graphic scenes, and some vulgar language, so I would not recommend it to younger readers. However, I would recommend it to older teens who enojy fast-paced action.
~Eric, Teen Book Reviewer

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