Friday, March 21, 2014

Aquifer - A Review by Diva

Diva was sent a copy of Aquifer for review by
BookLook Bloggers.  All opinions are her own.

Diva reviewed this book for the blog.

Aquifer is about a young boy named Luca, whose father was the water deliverer.  Luca had always thought that his life depended on his father, but when his father goes missing, it's up to him and a pirate to find him.  Luca discovers that the "water rats" he had been brought up to fear were actually normal human beings, and that, against all that he had been taught, he could feel emotions. 

This was an interesting book.  It really made me think about what could happen in the future.  I like this genre but wasn't taken by this story like I have been others in its category.

The target audience was pre-teen to teen children.  It was a little slow, but once it got going, wasn't bad.  It had some romance and the main characters were well developed. 

I would recommend this book to someone who enjoys futuristic reads. 

Thank you to BookLook Bloggers for the opportunity to read this book.

10 comments:

  1. Hmm...not my usual type either, but sounds interesting. It's kinda sad how obsessed I am with books. Lol!!

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    1. Books are food for the soul Ms. Christy - not a sad thing at all. :)

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  2. Sounds like something my niece would love. She always has her nose in a book. Takes after her favorite aunt. (Me.) LOL

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  3. I totally read young adult/teen fiction all the time. I'll have to look for this one, seems interesting!

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  4. She thought so, but not as good as Divergent. :)

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  5. Thanks for the book recommendation! I need to add more books to my list

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    1. I need to get books OFF of my list Ms. Alvina. :)

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    1. It sounds a little strange to me but Diva will read almost anything and give it a fair shake. :)

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