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Some people recei To me, this novel was anything but original. The main character Kayla is hesitant about the tattoo which becomes out right refusal when her parents are affected by getting one. She talks about what Global-1 does to you when you get the bar code. Not only was the amazing description great to read while, and the thrilling excitement, and the journey that she goes on toincredibly grasping, but afterwards, it left barrcode with so many different ideas and thoughts.
These lead to new people who will help her in her fight against President Waters and the Tattoo Gen.
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Good idea, but terrible deliverance. She was hungry, she stumbled upon a place that she could steal, beg, or buy food. Over the coming weeks, she spends more time with the students and comes to have an active part in their group. Government tries to be utopia, everyone goes along with it, except for MC, and MC joins rebellion. The language wasn’t rich nor interesting, it made the story flat.
Suzanne is currently doing revisions on her fourth book in the line, which will be coming in ‘ While I liked the first book because it gave us a glimpse into the making of a dystopian society, I felt this second book fell a bit flat. Apr 29, Aaron rated it liked it. Interesting, but characters were flat. Fast-paced and action-packed the intriguing and mystery-laden plot keeps you on the edge of your seat from the first page to the last.
So basically, it wasn’t the worst thing out there but it was far from the best. Published September 1st by Scholastic Paperbacks.
It started out okay once I got past the corny “futuristic” names for things. Kayla has resisted getting the bar code tattoo, even though it’s meant forfeiting a “normal” life.
Even what was going on with the tattoo was able to be predicted as soon as Amber explains the barcode procedure.
So I signed inwardly to myself,grabbed the cursed novel and took it home. It had a lot of room for improvement I enjoyed the barrier that Kayla took a stand against, standing for her beliefs.
Whenever the situation gets difficult or dangerous, oh miracle, someone comes and solves everything why is this person there out of a sudden? Maybe I should suznane a little avian DNA into my genetic code.
The Barcode Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn (1 star ratings)
So, originally, when I first heard about this book a while ago, I got really excited because it sounded interesting and the cover looked awesome. And what the heck is up with that other Kayla joining global She had to decide whether to get the bar code tattoo and fit in with the rest of society.
To me, this novel was anything but original. There were questionable behaviors that fit the circumstances and in context are easy to dismiss but yet another barcide female who the author tries to portray as strong I really feel that the author could have done so much more with this story than she did.
The scary part is how possible this is in our society today and how fast it tatto happen. To ask other readers questions about The Bar Code Tattooplease sign up. Personally the 1st book of the trilogy was my favorite.
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Kayla finds herself loving a member of the group, Zekeal. I had to read this for class however I credit this book to being the worst book I have ever read. For while the government has been trying to control evolution, nature has been honing Kayla and her friends’ psychic abilities. See 1 question about The Bar Code Rebellion…. Suzahne liked the idea and despite it being a typical dystopian, it had some new ideas. More summaries and resources for teaching or studying The Bar Code Tattoo.
If this book had another pages full of good writing, I would have rated this higher. Kayla is one of the worst heroines I’ve ever read, so dull and personality-less that I can’t even hate her. Lists with This Book.
Aug 19, Jilly rated it it was ok Shelves: The main characters barely face any troubles to get what they’re looking for, in spite the info they’re after is more than just Top Secret.
Memoirs of a Geisha. Breathing life and tension into the plot are compelling and committed characters like strong, kind and brave Kayla Reed; smart and down-to-earth Mfumbe Taylor; outspoken but warm-hearted Amber; Allyson the rational and realistic science whiz; as well as Jack the charismatic and confident techie genius.
Not good in content, style, or dialogue. The world of Global1 and their control of the world seems wejn as technology advances. I have really enjoyed the first two books in the Bar Code Trilogy.
She is constantly in search for answers to the question Kayla continues the battle for freedom against the bar code tattoo. Inwhen the novel takes place, everyone, at the age of seventeen, is required to be tattooed with a bar code. Both loves are instant — or at least barcodr instant because the story jumps ahead again from when they meet to when they say those three words which also annoys me because she has only known both for a month or so before they confess their love.
In the first book about this world, The Bar Code Tattoo, Kayla’s neighbor, the now-famous Gene Drake, was barode in a struggle because he had discovered something The Bar Code Rebellion, by Suzanne Weyn, is the second book about suzannne Kayla Marie Reed and the world she lives in.