Verify

Verify

Meri Beckley lives in a world without lies. When she turns on the news, she hears only the facts. When she swipes the pages of her online textbooks, she reads only the truth. When she looks at the peaceful Chicago streets, she feels the pride everyone in the country feels about the era of unprecedented hope and prosperity over which the government presides.But when Meri’s ...

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Title:Verify
Author:Joelle Charbonneau
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Edition Language:English

Verify Reviews

  • Shelley
    *Source* Publisher*Genre* Young Adult, Dystopian*Rating* 3.5*Thoughts*Verify is the first installment in author Joelle Charbonneau's Verify duology. This is a series that may legitimately be compared to Fahrenheit 451, and Orwell's 1984. 16-year old Merriel (Meri) Beckley hasn't been the same since ...
  • Jennifer
    Verify is the first book in a new YA futuristic/dystopian duology.I have previously read a bunch of books by this author, including her popular The Testing series. So I was excited to see the author's newest book.The narrator of this book is 16 year old Merriel/Meri (1st person POV). The story takes...
  • Shelley
    3-3.5 Of course, the end of the book was the best....
  • Carlos
    Nice promising new series. I have to know what happens next to the main characters and the plot . I did not like the insta love and some plot holes but otherwise the book was fine . ...
  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight .I genuinely thought that this was a contemporary book about a girl dealing with the loss of her mother until about 30% in. (I don't read synopses before I start a book, so sue me 🤷...
  • Emily
    Joelle Charbonneau has good ideas. I’m always down for a book that’s taking on censorship, and I love me some dystopian fiction. But this book was a mess. 1. Timeline. We have no idea when this taking place, except for that it’s “decades” from now. You expect me to believe t...
  • Ashley
    This was an interesting book to read. I think there were a few strong points that stopped me from knocking it down a star but overall it was a very basic dystopia with a few plot holes you just couldn't ignore. The Setting: This book takes place in Chicago, but very different from the one we know. ...
  • Danielle
    2019 is not shaping up to be a year of great reads for me, particularly in the way of ARCs. Verify might have been able to stand on its own at the height of the dystopian frenzy in 2012-2013. The idea has been done before, the characters have been done before, and the tropes have also been done befo...

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