When a virus makes everyone over the age of eighteen infertile, would-be parents pay teen girls to conceive and give birth to their children, making teens th . The latest Tweets from Megan McCafferty (@meganmccafferty). with such a CRAZY idea for BUMPED/THUMPED: All of this is already happening somewhere. Megan McCafferty’s Bumped series of books are must-read teen dystopian fiction , along with Ally Condie’s Matched series and Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy.
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It was essential in Bumped but because Thumped turns the twins’ worlds upside down, it was much more important for them to break free from the story they felt they had to tell and instead, tell the one they wanted to tell.
Melody is a pro who has yet to have a baby or even do it espaoo her signing couple has been searching for just the right sperm, but her twin sister Harmony has been raised in an Amish-like religious settlement and views marriage and domesticity along with having many babies for her husband as her duty. The one complaint to be had with this sequel is the seeming ease with which the main conflict gets resolved and the open-ended nature of the conclusion.
That is exactly what would happen there, and, of course! Refresh and try again. What bmped the book shocking is not its subject matter per se, but the manner with which its presented. Mccafferyt really isn’t as confusing as it sounds. I liked Melody more but wasn’t crazy about her.
Then there was the ending.
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It was the fact that all of those things are included in this book, but there is no definitive message interlaced in with these things to counteract the negative messages. And this series is a must for bumpedd looking for a surprisingly different peek at a very real dystopian future where marketing and advertising play a key role in the survival of the human race.
Teenage girls can go back to being teenage girls! For the most part, I bought this as a premise.
Thumped (Bumped, #2) by Megan McCafferty
Educate, teach how and why, show that life goes on but will likely be better if one waits, but don’t espail and smother and misdirect. But I missed that extra kick the first book had. It was like, rilly rilly all about young girls pregging for money. What do we owe God? Have you seen the movie Idiocracy?
It made me want to read Bumped again.
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As soon as she learns about the existence of her twin mccarferty about the life style she is practising, she is determined to find her and bring her on the right path. Megan throws some twists and turns at the reader, againin book two!
I think I miss that. The world is detailed and engaging. And my heart ached just a bit at the end.
Jun 22, Bluelily3 rated it it was ok Shelves: I was nervous reading this one. It definitely is a light, easy read but overall, I think it was just too light hearted for me. The deterioration of her perfect life forces her to espzol confront herself with what she really wants, rather than what she was brought up to want. First, The O’Malley was mistaken when he claimed all the swearing was replaced by various reproductive slang terms.
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This was without a doubt, the strangest book I’ve ever read. Cause it’s satire, bitches.
All women have become infertile and young girls are valuable [s]. Religion plays a large role in this book and the one idea that I really related to is that you can turn away from the church without turning away from your faith. Oct 15, Dark Faerie Tales rated it liked it Shelves: Science Fiction Young Adult Fiction.
For there are elements subtly woven into the system, which put teens under a considerably amount of pressure from both peers and parents: Sorry, when I get frustrated – the Southern comes out.
There is something quite impressive about the future McCafferty has mxcafferty, which seems to be both too crazy to be true, and entirely realistic. He paid for everyone’s sins and now asks us if we will accept the payment.
Nccafferty some unknown reason that is not developed some kind of virushumans somehow lose the ability to procreate after the age esoaol I’ve been reading about it for months now, the good and the bad, more of the former, less of the latter for obvious reasons and knew perfectly well what to expect.
In Bumped the Americans of are proud. I think the series yeah Just because the protagonists are under the age of 18 does not automatically restrict the book to the crowd. But there are these Churchies, too, and they are total creepers who believe in keeping their preggs and having like, lots of them.