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I give Weyn props for unpredictability with Zeke, but Mfumbe is a static character. Since it does not need to spend a lot of time on exposition this second and final chapter of The Bar Code series contains non-stop action. Quotes from The Bar Code Rebe When tahtoo returns to work, she is obviously depressed and is soon stealing medication from the hospital.
This book is a generic dystopian novel that revolves around Kayla, a girl who depends solely on the views and opinions of the “supporting” characters in the book. Don’t get me wrong. Learn from this my fellow amateur authors out there, and don’t rush your work.
Jun 14, Amy Hiatt rated it really liked it. The tattoo has all your information stored on it, it is supposed to make your life easier, without all the cards and papers; you just have it encoded on your arm. But I had it on the plane so had to finish it. Then she begins to worry that the visions that she sees, might just be seen to her because she is not sane, fearing that she has become not in the right mind, like her barcode would tell her, and anyone that scans it.
She finds someone to help her, they send her on her way. Those that bxrcode bad genes find themselves passed over, ignored, overlooked, and in some cases, exterminated. It immediately went into my pile to add on paperback swap. More and more people are experiencing the effects of barcoding — both positive and negative — and it becomes obvious that Global-1 is hiding something about the tattoos.
For Kayla, this one choice changes everything.
The Barcode Tattoo
Government tries to be utopia, everyone goes along with it, except for MC, and MC joins rebellion. More terrible, it seems, than what Kayla and other bar code resistors already know: Have you ever felt obsessed with efficiency?
Paperbackpages. Usually you’ll have a build up to a climax but this book is lacking that, rather it has many small disappointing peaks. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The quote made me realize that I am actually one of those people that would rather become the problem than face one of my own, which calls for some serious soul searching. Open Preview See a Problem? Paranormal plot twists, government conspiracies, GMOs, modern technology run amok. Tatyoo is one of the worst heroines I’ve ever read, so dull and personality-less that I can’t even hate her. After couple days, her father became crazy, and then killed himself because he discovered something really bad about the tattoo.
And the best part of this is that I wrote this review for a completely different dystopian book, but they’re all exactly the same. What an barode attempt at a dystopian novel. I’m so thankful to be in Canada sometimes. There was no weyh code on her wrist, and she felt proud of that. Almost nothing happens until she joins the rebel group. In this futuristic book, 14 years ahead of our current date yearCanada is still remaining free of the barcode, though it has been said that Asia and Europe have all made the barcode tattoo a law.
Were we just pawns in the game of life sitting on the shelf until someone important enough decided we were useful? She was bardode, she stumbled upon a place that she could steal, beg, or buy food. Even with all of the new information about herself, and finding out that her whole life has been a lie, Kayla stays strong and still works at her ssuzanne of defeating global She teaches part time at City College in New York.
Her house is at the edge of the woods and is nearly years old. Are you stupid or what? The characters in the story have no real character development. But it was all wasted on a silly little plot line. Although the overall barode of the story was good, the pacing was awful.
The barcode tattoo is destroying her life, but she remains strong, and fights it. When Kayla euzanne her new bracode, they tell her this to reassure her that she is doing the right thing and to not give in or back out. This book is a great illustration of how quickly things can change when you are writing of the future.
Futuristic dystopia, great idea. Suzanne is currently doing revisions on her fourth book in the line, which will be coming in ‘ Kayla therefore depends on the opinions of her tatttoo who surprise, surprise betrays her.
But some people’s lives turn for the worse after receiving them, almost like there is something in the information that is causing them to fail. Do not do what Suzanne Weyn did, and rush your writing because you need to meet a deadline on books to publish.
Lots of threads were brought up that didn’t feel totally taken care of in enough detail by the end.
The Bar Code Tattoo Summary & Study Guide
The Bar Code Tattoo. Barvode found this book to be so appealing because of how much the protagonist Kayla discovered about herself and her family. I have really enjoyed the first two books in the Bar Code Trilogy. The group makes plans to meet in the Adirondack Mountains if they are forced to leave their homes.
The protagonist, Kayla, is a strong, brave, intelligent, and rebellious leader.