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Money and justice are all about whose lies are the strongest.
This year I wanted to get out of my comfort zone when it comes to reading. So this book sounded like something that could help me get to branch out. I’m glad I read it because not only did it hold it my interest, but it has me wanting to read more like it!
This is a dystopia set in Oxford in the year 2098. In the future there is a drug is developed that maintains youth. It is very expensive so of course, only the rich can afford it.
Now if you have something this wanted and coveted people are going to want to get their hands on it. By any means necessary.
It was well written and flowed easily from page to page.
What really stood out to me and grabbed my attention is how the rich have stolen time to elongate their lives while normal people who can’t afford it, have to cherish every minute that they get. It’s also sticking out me that this could easily really happen in the future. Obviously when we are dead and gone, but still think about it. Even though this was short, it was a great read and gave me plenty to think about!