Feedback

Feedback

eBook - 2012
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"After escaping the walls of Maxfield Academy, Benson Fisher finds himself trapped in a town that is also under the school's control--where he discovers that Maxfield's plans are deadlier than anything he imagined"--
Published: New York : HarperTeen, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780062190123
0062190121
Branch Call Number: DOWNLOADABLE EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (312 p.)

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jul 19, 2017

After reading the first story, “Variant”, I expected more from “Feedback”. Usually I enjoy reading suspense novels but “Feedback” was very predictable. “Variant” ended with a confusing cliffhanger and I was wondering what it could possibly be but, the answer left me disappointed. I feel like Robison Wells had a lot of potential to come up with a more original idea for the plot of “Feedback” and the truth of Maxfield Academy. “Feedback” also felt like it was a bit rushed with so many answers coming out so quickly. My questions were being answered but the answers weren’t satisfying and felt like empty answers. In “Variant”, the characters seemed like real people and you could sense that but in “Feedback”, it was like all of the characters were robots just trying to escape. The conclusion in “Feedback” was very unusual and to be honest, I wasn’t even sure what was happening. If you happen to read “Variant” and really want to know what happens, go head and read “Feedback” but it may leave you disappointed. Otherwise, I would not recommend reading this book. 2/5 stars.
- @Riddikulus of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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203JAZZY
Aug 16, 2016

Dull, unimaginative. Poorly developed characters. Main character's motivation is inconsistent and not particularly interesting. A wandering novel where very little actually happens. VERY PARANOID. Ending is cliche and unclear.

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dekkerofarrell
Oct 23, 2014

I thought this was a great conclusion to a wonderful series. It ends a bit fast, but you find out what happens to all the characters in the story. You really want them to win and come out on top.

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froggy2004
Nov 27, 2015

froggy2004 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 10

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awsomegirl
Aug 23, 2014

"cry all you want jane, but you will never earn my trust."

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