Defective By B. Austin

​My review for

Defective

By

B. Austin

5 out of 5 stars!
This book has to be one of my favorite’s now.

Just for the fact that it’s crazy to think about.

We learn that in the future people are perfect, they don’t like those that think outside the box so to speak.

People that are different are defective, they have to wear silver jumpsuits with a no red circle symbol on the front. Also they wear hoodies with the same symbol. They are called outcast. They are the ones who don’t want to conform they rebel.

Dante is one of the main characters in this book and it’s told from his point of view.

The outcast kids are underground in the city, they travel by tunnels. Break rules, curfews, different things.

Dante is waiting for his girlfriend Kiara to show up for her surprise birthday party.

But when she doesn’t show up and they can’t find her.. She’s labeled as one of the missing.

Kiara’s parents say she’s on a vacation.

But as Dante and other outcast work together to find her, they realize more kids just vanish.

Very few come back and when they do they are changed and no longer outcast. They are perfect.

When Dante and a few friends follow a lead where they think Kiara might be taken they find something so sinister they don’t want to believe the common wealth could do this..

Not everyone is born perfect, sometimes you have to be made perfect.

This book is so awesome. Reminds me of a movie I love and own from the 90’s.

Please check out this book!

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