[Download] ➹ The Line (The Line, #1) ➾ Teri Hall – Valtrex-4.us

The Line (The Line, #1) An Invisible, Uncrossable Physical Barrier Encloses The United States The Line Is The Part Of The Border That Lopped Off Part Of The Country, Dooming The Inhabitants To An Unknown Fate When The Enemy Used A Banned Weapon It S Said That Bizarre Creatures And Superhumans Live On The Other Side, In Away Nobody Except Tough Old Ms Moore Would Ever Live Next To The Line Nobody But Rachel And Her Mother, Who Went To Live There After Rachel S Dad Died In The Last War It S A Safe, Quiet Life Until Rachel Finds A Mysterious Recorded Message That Can Only Have Come From Away The Voice Is Asking For Help Who Sent The Message Why Is Her Mother So Protective And To What Lengths Is Rachel Willing To Go In Order To Do What She Thinks Is Right

[Download] ➹ The Line (The Line, #1)  ➾ Teri Hall – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 219 pages
  • The Line (The Line, #1)
  • Teri Hall
  • English
  • 06 July 2019
  • 0803734662

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ➹ The Line (The Line, #1) ➾ Teri Hall – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    TBR Reduce Challenge 4 2011 Lora My summary for this book I recommend this to anybody who has trouble sleeping and or with their orchids sighs


  2. says:

    The Line took me away in one page turning gulp Hall s writing is seamless, smooth, and compelling Review by Mary PearsonWhat book was she reading and where can I get a copy of it At the very least tell me which single page took her away because for most of the book I was still waiting for some sort of action to arise out of the multitude of pages that consisted of nothing but info dumps poorly masked as history lessons for the main character And finally when the action really did getThe Line took me away in one page turning gulp Hall s writing is seamless...


  3. says:

    It s not like there was anything wrong with this book There just wasn t anything right, either The writing is really clunky I am pretty sure some of these paragraphs were what not to do examples in my high school creative writing textbooks The characters are flat and boring Plus, Hall does that annoying thing where she unnecessarily makes up words to soundsci fi digim for picture, creds for dollars Made up words do not create an interesting world all by themselves Overa It s not like there was anything wrong with this book There just wasn t anything rig...


  4. says:

    Really slow like a Sloth , kinda boring skimmed to 80% and still not a great deal was going on , the writing was also hard work to get through, so it s a DNF at 18% for me.


  5. says:

    The Line is a young adult dystopian novel set in the futuristic nation of The Unified States Rachel lives with her mom Vivian on The Property A piece of land owned by Elizabeth Moore that borders the infamous Line , an invisible and impassable defense border built by the government The people that live on the other side serve as boogie man figures for children in the US and the media circulates stories of the others committing crimes.While Teri Hall managed to create an imaginative world The Line is a young adult dystopian novel set in the futuristic nation of The Unified States Rachel lives with her mom Vivian on The Property A piece of land owned by Elizabeth Moore that borders the infamous Line , an invisible and impassable defense border built by the government The people that live on the other side serve as boogie man figures for children in the US and the media circulates stories of the others committing crimes.While Teri Hall managed to create an imaginative world and a fun book, there are flaws that ruined the experience for me The first was the introduction and naming of Hall s world We learn about The Unified States right along with Rachel as she is learning it from her mother The information she is learning seems out of place, some...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Part of the 2010 Debut Author Challenge2.5 stars Reads like the first half of a single book, not the first book in a series It was better than I had expected it to be after encountering some less favorable reviews They were mostly concerned with plot and such.Evil, corrupt tyrannical government set in a futuristic society Check.No rights and obscene, excessive taxes CheckGirl who will somehow bring about the collapse of this unjust regime and inspire a rebellion Check.So, clearly we have a Part of the 2010 Debut Author Cha...


  7. says:

    If you asked me if I m a fan a dystopian fiction, I d tell you no Yet everything time I read a dystopian novel, I end up loving it maybe I am just in denial.The Line is a very diverting novel Maybe I m just a dystopian newbie, but the whole concept was very intriguing The first part of the novel was a little slow for me, the introduction of the characters, the explanation of the world Don t let that slow start stop you from reading the rest of the novel, because you will be disappointed If you asked me if I m a fan a dystopian fiction, I d tell you no Yet everything time I read a dystopian novel, I end up loving it maybe I am just in denial.The Line is a very diverting novel Maybe I m just a dystopian newbie, but the whole concept was very intriguing The first part of the novel was a little slow for me, the introduction of the characters, the explanation of the world Don t let that slow start stop you from reading the rest of the novel, because you will be disappointed if you do The world Hall has created is both engrossing and terrifying.the supreme control of the government, its constant domination over every aspect of life, it was intensely depressing Most of the knowledge you gain about this world is in the lessons Rachel receives from her mom, so you re getting the lesson as well That was a li...


  8. says:

    Unfortunately for me, The Line was a definite case of a premise I loved, and execution that I did not Despite it s recent glutting with offerings some better than others , dystopia is still a genre I love Because amid the lacklustre, the poorly conceived, and frankly absurd, every now and then I find a YA dystopian novel that completely blows me away.This book was not one of them The Line takes some familiar aspects a divided and reconstructed former US, war, heavy restrictions on citizens, Unfortunately for me, The Line was a definite case of a premise I loved, and execution that I did not Despite it s recent glutting with offerings some better than others , dystopia is still a genre I love Because amid the lacklustre, the poorly conceived, and frankly absurd, every now and then I find a YA dystopian novel that completely blows me away.This book was not one of them The Line takes some familiar aspects a divided and reconstructed former US, war, heavy restric...


  9. says:

    The Line is a clever mix of dystopian fiction, the paranormal, a slight dash of romance, and a bunch of important lessons it s a good way to pass the time while we all wait for the third Hunger Games book to come out.I will say this The Line takes awhile to get started It starts off as a fairly typical if there is such a thing dystopian novel the U.S barely won an all out nuclear war and deals with the huge amounts of collateral damage by enforcing draconian laws, taxes, and punishments The Line is a clever mix of dystopian fiction, the paranormal, a slight dash of romance, and a bunch of important lessons it s a good way to pass the time while we all wait for the third Hunger Games book to come out.I will say this The Line takes awhile to get sta...


  10. says:

    Reviewed by Karin Librarian for TeensReadToo.comRachel has lived on The Property since before she can remember Her mother works for Ms Moore, the owner, as a housekeeper of the large house Rachel enjoys living far from town and away from the strong governmental control most other people must suffer People living in towns deal with unfair and random taxes and, when they can t pay, are taken to jail.Most people would hate living on The Property because it backs up to The Line, a small section Reviewed by Karin Librarian for TeensReadToo.comRachel has lived on The Property since before she can remember Her mother works for Ms Moore, the owner, as a housekeeper of the large house Rachel enjoys living far from town and away from the strong governmental control most other people must suffer People living in towns deal with unfair and random taxes and, when they can t pay, are taken to jail.Most people would hate living on The Property because it backs up to The Line, a small section of the National Border Defense System that separates the people of the Unified States from Away and the Others The Line is an invisible barrier that can only be crossed if the government grants permission and deactivates The Line.Rachel doesn t feel fear when she thinks of Away She ev...

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