Reading this book, I was torn between "what on earth is happening right now" and "why is this happening right now?" The idea of the book itself is pretty interesting, how six humans are supposedly "caged" in this huge environment by "others" and expected to follow three rules, or they will face consequences. But then it kind of went crazy from there. The female lead is a pretty dramatic person. She literally has everything, but is determined to find the answer, even if that means interacting a lot with the humans' guard. Essentially, her attitude towards everything may have been a huge asset to a potential "escape", but in reality it just made her seem pitiful and a bit annoying. Planning on reading the next book? Enter at your own risk. 3/5 Stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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