The Glass Arrow

The Glass Arrow

Book - 2015
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Living in hiding with other ragtag girls in a world where women are hunted and sold for breeding, Aya is caught by a group of businessmen who test her survival skills.
Publisher: New York : Tor Teen, 2015.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780765336613
0765336618
Branch Call Number: YF
Characteristics: 334 pages ; 22 cm

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While I enjoyed this read very much for the action-driven plot focused on main character Aya, I did finish feeling a little cheated on backstory. There are so many interesting sub-plots (the Drivers, genetic manipulation, other families that must live in the wild) that are barely touched upon. I wish Simmons would have expanded this into a trilogy and given us more history and nuance. Still worth reading though for Aya's great strength and an exciting story!

~Alexa

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sandette
Jun 21, 2015

This book was written in an oddly childish tone, which I find is very common in many YA novels, which is a disappointment. The violence felt a little unnecessary at parts, imo. An okay read.

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green_fox_665
Mar 27, 2017

green_fox_665 thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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