(E–pub READ) [The Program]

  • Paperback
  • 405
  • The Program
  • Suzanne Young
  • English
  • 06 June 2020
  • 9781442445819

Suzanne Young ¾ 6 summary

The Program free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB In this “gripping tale for lovers of dystopian romance” Kirkus Reviews true feelings are forbidden teen suicide is an epidemic and the only solution is The ProgramSloane knows better than to cry in front of anyone With suicide now an international epidemic one outburst could land her in The Program the only proven course of treatment Sloane’s paren. I can see why some readers of young adult are swearing off dystopic stories now I actually like dystopia but I can see that they are beginning to suffer from the same story different day tropes This for me is one of thoseFirst of all you have suicide as an epidemic WTF Supposedly one in three or four kids are killing themselves Why I don t remember reading why in this book It vaguely mentions that anti depressants have been over prescribed and that might be the reason Dude I don t care if it s a young adult book I need facts At least part of the story but I know it might come in later books so I m gonna work past it Sloane s brother fell to the epidemic he caught depression and ended up killing himself So Sloane and her brother s best friend James had been in a relationship and this part of the book was actually pretty good They look out for each other and want to keep the other from either being infected or being snatched up by the PROGRAMThe Program That s kinda big brother watching the teens for any signs of suicide signs They take the teens and wipe their memories clean so viola they are cured Creepy cured Because they come back with no memories and everything is sueaky clean and newIt s pretty predictable where the story goes I mean they are terrified of the program so you know it s coming MAY BE SPOILERYThen Sloane gets eyeballed by one of the creepy handlersyep know where that is going also view spoilerShe doesn t get raped Thanks be to Tom Cruise hide spoiler Mapa Regional Castilla y León, Madrid up killing himself So Sloane and her brother s best friend James had been in a relationship and this part of the book was actually pretty good They look out for each other and want to keep the other from either being infected or being snatched

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The Program free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB N The only person Sloane can be herself with is James He’s promised to keep them both safe and out of treatment and Sloane knows their love is strong enough to withstand anything But despite the promises they made to each other it’s getting harder to hide the truth They are both growing weaker Depression is setting in And The Program is coming for th. 4 madly starsImagine a world where teenagers are in danger of themselves A world where teenagers kill themselves and suicides are contagious If all your friends jumped off a bridge would you tooApparently the answer is yes To prevent this situation the school district made the Program Handlers will take anyone with suicidal tendencies They will lock them in their institution and there they will take away their memories When they get out they will be sent in a private school designated just for other returners Sloane and James are a couple who is against the idea of the Program They re both fighting with their overwhelming emotions especially when they are surrounded with friends and family who have killed themselves or tried to They re trying not to show any kind of unhappy emotion in front of others even in front of their parents even when they lose beloved ones They are scared of getting infected but even worse they are scared of getting into the Program because they know afterwards they are going to lose themselves in thereI m still reeling from my recent experience of the Program This book was one hell of a ride my friends Intense suspenseful full of angst and depressing as hell It sounds bad but it was probably even worse It was actually a thriller I was turning the pages and I was scared because this book is cruel It brought out so many emotions to me I even shed a couple of tears and I was still early view spoiler WHY MILLERWHYYYY hide spoiler Maria dos Canos Serrados unhappy emotion in front of others even in front of their parents even when they lose beloved ones They are scared of getting infected but even worse they are scared of getting into the Program because they know afterwards they are going to lose themselves in thereI m still reeling from my recent experience of the Program This book was one hell of a ride my friends Intense suspenseful full of angst and depressing as hell It sounds bad but it was probably even worse It was actually a thriller I was turning the pages and I was scared because this book is cruel It brought out so many emotions to me I even shed a couple of tears and I was still early view spoiler WHY MILLERWHYYYY hide spoiler

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The Program free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ts have already lost one child; Sloane knows they’ll do anything to keep her alive She also knows that everyone who’s been through The Program returns as a blank slate Because their depression is gone but so are their memories Under constant surveillance at home and at school Sloane puts on a brave face and keeps her feelings buried as deep as she ca. If I wasn t so bored with dystopians lately this one might have been enjoyable for me Although it has a little contemporary feel to it than most and the plot direction it takes is different from the expected and clich s run and hide from the big bad government in the end I still felt that it was yet another dystopian novel that doesn t particularly stand out from the restA little reminiscent of Delirium The Program involves teen suicide and how its become an epidemic and the cure involves wiping them out into a clean slate This means memory removal of anything that could cause negative feelings Thus if you re a teenager and you show any sort of negative emotions like crying you better make sure no one sees you I liked the idea of this world and I personally found it much believable than Delirium in the sense that I can see how society agreed to this mind erasing program if it will save their children from suicide I had difficulty believing that society could be convinced love was a disease but that is a review for another time I found the system intimidating and uite the paradox some rather die than go through the program if they re flagged for others having your best friend or anyone you love not remember who you are is heartbreaking in every sense turning you emotionally vulnerable Although it delivers a fairly predictable story arc The Program is ultimately a tragic love story and this part was done uite well While the plot itself was enjoyable I did not find myself connecting to the characters as much as I would have liked They were likeable characters but Sloane didn t strike me as an especially memorable MC Same goes for the side characters Sloane makes a few friends throughout the story and none of them were well developed They were used as nothing than extras There is even one character who was kind of a creep for the bigger part of the book that annoyed me senselessly He seemed to always be sneaking around intimidating Sloane every chance he got and I didn t see the point of it The book could have gone without him he was gross his storyline felt random and out of place and when he had done his task to help the plot along which could have been achieved without him he was just gone and forgotten He might be back in the seuel but really I don t see the point it seems his only role is to add unnecessary ickiness In the end The Program is a love story The main reason I didn t love this book is due to my distance from the romance itself I have a hard time falling for a romance when one is already established beforehand I love seeing connections strike and relationships bloom when I get into a book with it pre existing I don t get that fluttery young love feeling towards it as much There were flashbacks that showed the strength of their love for each other which helped though this helped me understand their relationship it didn t leave me swooning over it Therefore while I cared about the protagonist and what she was going through and I deduced the implied sadness or tragic nature of it all I felt like I was of a curious observer than someone invested into the heart of itWith so may previously failed dystopians this year The Program is easily one of the better ones I ve read lately If I hadn t read so many I might have given this one slack as it stands I liked it but I don t see it sticking out from the masses in the cluster of dystopians in my memory An advance copy was provided by the publisher for reviewFor of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads