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Aquifer

Aquifer

By Jonathan Friesen
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 3.41 Stars

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On 4/20 Savings in Seconds wrote: In recent years there’s been a huge shift from movies geared toward adults to books-turned-movies that appeal to teens, too. Teen fiction is taking hold in a bold new way, revealing fascinating yet terrifying ideas about the future. Remember the days of 1984? I do. That book always seemed more than ... Dystopian in teen fiction takes hold

Savings in Seconds' Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/21 Pary Moppins wrote: Aquifer is about a young boy named Luca, whose father was the water deliverer. Luca had always thought that his life depended on his father, but when his father goes missing, it's up to him and a pirate to find him. Luca discovers that the "water rats" he had been brought up to fear were actually normal ... Aquifer - A Review

Pary Moppins' Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/2 The Book Club Network (TBCN) wrote: AquiferBy Jonathan FriesenPublished by Harper Collins PublishingISBN#978-0310731825272 PagesBook Cover: Only He Can Bring What They Needed to Survive.In 2250, water is scarce, and those who control it control everything. And they'll do anything to maintain their power---deceiving, dividing families, ... AQUIFER by Jonathan Friesen REVIEWED

The Book Club Network (TBCN)'s Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Aquifer” by Jonathan Friesen. The genre is teen fiction and it is based in the future. It is the year 2250. You are no longer allowed to feel and any expression of art is not allowed. You could become undone. The world is not as we know it. Water is not as available to the ... Aquifer

sexy_muse's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/21 Tidbits wrote: Friesen writes of a dystopian society set in the future, where emotions are prohibited. Aquifer has a chosen one, conflict, a love interest, and a need for change through buried hope. This "peaceful" society is ruled by the Council of Nine and the Peacemaker (PM). Luca, the main character, is the son ... A typical dystopian novel

Tidbits' Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/10 CubicleBlindness wrote: Aquifer was a very fast and thought provoking read. I recommend it to those that enjoy dystopian stories. It was a very nice change to read about a young boy finding love for the first time, and the friendships he gains throughout the book with both old and young. The story is a non-stop adventure that ... Aquifer by Jonathan Friesen

CubicleBlindness' Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/10 Denise Talen wrote: Growing up, Luca knew he was different than everyone else his age. But the reality of what those differences mean comes together shortly after his sixteenth birthday. In Aquifer by Jonathan Friesen, Luca lives in a world where emotion is not allowed and the truth of the past has been buried. Policed ... Aquifer by Jonathan Friesen

Denise's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/8 Jonathon Burns wrote: The year is 2250. Freshwater is limited to a single aquifer, which is then routed to inhabited reasons. Those who are in charge, the council, have limited emotions to create a peaceful world. Luca, sixteen, is able to hide his emotions from this council. When his father goes missing, his entire world ... Aquifer by Jonathan Friesen

Jonathon's Rating:

1 Stars

On 2/6 Ryley G wrote: I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I really love many of the dystopian type books out right now, so I really liked this book because of fact, however, it still had a different feel to it than the usual dystopian books. Overall, I would give it 3 stars out of a possible 5. While the storyline started out ... Good but not Great

Ryley's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/5 ladybugofthree wrote: Publisher: Blink (August 6, 2013)About the book:Only He Can Bring What They Need to Survive. In the year 2250, water is scarce, and those who control it control everything. Sixteen-year-old Luca has struggled with this truth, and what it means, his entire life. As the son of the Deliverer, he will ... Aquifer - Jonathan Friesen

ladybugofthree's Rating:

3 Stars