Caste Seventeen year old Karis Singh s little brother is dying and the Corporation s Analysis has concluded that he s not worth saving One thing is stopping her from going into the city and stealing the med

  • Title: Caste
  • Author: RaeLynn Fry
  • ISBN: 9780989213417
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen year old Karis Singh s little brother is dying and the Corporation s Analysis has concluded that he s not worth saving One thing is stopping her from going into the city and stealing the medicine herself the tattooed Mark that physically bars her from entering The only way around that is to get it altered in the Black Market an act that carries the possibilitySeventeen year old Karis Singh s little brother is dying and the Corporation s Analysis has concluded that he s not worth saving One thing is stopping her from going into the city and stealing the medicine herself the tattooed Mark that physically bars her from entering The only way around that is to get it altered in the Black Market an act that carries the possibility of a horrific and slow death guaranteeing her the access she needs.Willing to do whatever it takes, she accepts the help of the mysterious Ethan, a boy with an agenda of his own and who knows too much about the enemy As her time in the city passes, dark secrets are uncovered about the Corporation and what really happened to her brother When the tables turn and the stakes get higher, Karis is forced to align herself with the deadliest beast of all, risking everything in order to save her brother Now, the most treacherous part of Karis plan is staying alive long enough to make it back home.

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    1. I had the pleasure of reading this twice before it was published. it's a great dystopian novel and I can't wait for the sequel!

    2. 4 Stars: Imagine a Dystopian society that exists of two cities; one city, Dahn, sits at the center and houses the rich and powerful and another city, Neech, that surrounds it with the poor and working class. Barriers exists between cities and around the perimeter to keep out the evil that lurks in the post-apocalyptic unknown called The Further. Both cities are controlled by "The Corporation" run by Mr. Akin Hughes. Citizens of Neech and Dahn receive tattoos or marks at their Jatis or coming of [...]

    3. Good story, it was a fun and enjoyable read, but it needs a thorough editing!!! Conscience was used instead of conscious more than once, there were a lot of typos, other misused words Kind of distracting. That said, I will probably read the sequel if there is one!

    4. I loved this! such a great world that Ms Fry created for us. I'm dying to know how this all turns out. if you are a fan of post apocalyptic, dystopian novels, this is the book for you. I do not like to compare books to other books, or authors to authors, however, if you are a Hunger Games fan or The Eden trilogy, this is definitely a book for you.

    5. This is a very interesting idea for a story and a quick read. Unfortunately, it's really predictable and needs some serious editing (tons of typos, misspellings, and incorrectly used words frequently took me out of the story). Still, the storyline is compelling enough for me to continue when the new books are released.

    6. Great dystopian book. I am sad I have to wait! It is a book I would recommend to my more advanced sixth grade students, and to my daughter who just graduated from high school.

    7. This book was just ok. Nothing unique about this story. Very much like all the other dystopian novels I have read. At least it kept me interested until the end.

    8. More like a 3.5. I liked this one but I must admit that some things were predictable & it could use a good editing polish (hopefully the author will be able to do an update that at least changes the many instances of "gate" where she really means "gait" & "Hughes's" instead of "Hughe's" & "conscious" was used when "conscience" was meant once or twice as well). The word usage gaffes were the most deterrent to story flow & each time they took me out of the moment. The story itself [...]

    9. In the dystopian novel "Caste", two cities are governed by a ruthless Corporation; the Outer City of Neech, its citizenry half-starved and burdened with providing for the inhabitants of Dahn, the privileged Inner City. As the plot unfolds production quotas and hours of work have increased for the labourers in Neech just as their air has become fouler and their provisions reduced. In the Singh household, seventeen year old Karis is perturbed by the newsletter that appears daily on their doorstep, [...]

    10. I thoroughly enjoyed this dystopian book and the clash between Neech and Dahn! CasteThe story is told from the main character, Karis Singh's perspective. Karis was raised in the city, Neech, and has never been outside of its borders. Neech is extremely impoverished and the citizens struggle to survive, while being constantly pushed by "The Corporation" to work harder, longer hours and increase production, just to see it go to the city of Dahn.Dahn is filled with the upper class citizens and the [...]

    11. I've been on a Dystopian/Post Apocalyptic reading spree lately so when Fry offered me a review copy of Caste I jumped at the chance.Caste is a very nice Dystopian read. I will confess it took me a while to warm up to Karis, she's a bit grumpy at the start of the story, but once the story really got going, and I learned more about the world Karis was living in I could understand why she was a grump at times and I started to cheer her on. The world building was intriguing and well done. I could ea [...]

    12. Caste is the first book in a dystopian setting series where Karis, the heroine, lives. The story is from her POV. She grew up in Neech, an impoverished city, with her father and baby brother, however, she's trying to get into Dahn, the wealthy "corporation" city, to get medicine to save her brother Ajna from a mysterious illness. In her quest, she meets Ethan, and even though, you kind of realize who he really is early on, their journey together through the cities is quite captivating. Yes, she [...]

    13. Great story, much different from the usual YA book. Neech is the hub of activity with the unfortunate residents working to death for the good of the people of Dahn with Karis, Papa, and brother Ajna part of this heart breaking situation. Momma has left leaving Papa and Karis left to make quotas for the privileged. They live in the worst conditions and believe what the Corporation tells them. But something happens to Kavin, Karis's pearing, and a mysterious strange appears. What is to happening i [...]

    14. This is one of those dystopian books that makes you go "Hmmmm" and see how it could be applied to life today where there is almost an unspoken caste system. This story revolves around Karis and the society she lives in where the government has tricked the lower caste, or those that live in Neech, into thinking they're "marks" are what destines their lives. In fact it's not that at all. A story where the politically corrupt sabotage the lower class into servitude.I absolutely LOVED Ethan with his [...]

    15. Not bad for dystopian YA fiction. I liked the premise of this story, and the descriptions and language used by the author were vivid and really helped me get a sense of the time and place these characters were living. I did not like the instant love connection between the heroine/hero, however. Also, many of the decisions the main character Karis (and some other secondary characters also) made did not make any logical sense, especially in light of her character development and the type of level- [...]

    16. I am a fan of YA dystopian fiction, and Caste hits the mark right on. The story of Karis, a mature teenager in working class Neech is very easy to get in to. The Corporation provides a modern day Big Brother figure, who deign to control all of the important decisions of Neech's citizens, from job, to marriage, to medical care.RaeLynn Fryease don't keep us waiting! I need to read the next Corporation novel ASAP!I received this book as part of a GoodReads Give away. I look forward to buying the ne [...]

    17. Really enjoyed the storyline and the dystopic society. I liked Karis' stubbornness and her willingness to do anything for her family. The writing was well done and descriptive - it really painted the picture and the disparity between Neesh and Dahn.Only complaint was that it needed editing. There were misuses of words, misspellings, etc. Not enough to distract me from the story, but noticeable.

    18. The book was not unbearable to read. That being said it was very predictable. I basically knew what was going to happen at least five chapters before it did and in some cases earlier than that. A good book if you are just trying to kill osme time but not one that I would buy and keep on my bookshelf forever.

    19. Caste (The Corporation) I thoroughly enjoyed the cast of characters. I would have liked a little more detailed description of the caste system and how that effects your social standing and credits. I am anxious to hear Rebeka's story as well. Hopefully the next book is announced soon!

    20. Compelling story similar to Divergent & Hunger Games with a unique voice. I read this book in two days and enjoyed the rich characters. I will say, however, that whoever edited the book didn't read too closely. Any one can edit a book, but not everyone can tell a storybut seriously, when you are talking about how a person walks, it is gait not gate.

    21. Basically a good story.The ending was a little disappointing, because it just seemed to be a set-up for a sequel.And what's up with all the typos/misspellings and weird line breaks? Doesn't anybody edit any more? "Spell-check" doesn't fix homophones, people!! (they're/their, etc.) Send it to me; I'll be glad to check over it. :-)

    22. This book was just okay. It was 0.99 on Kindle so I thought what the heck. But it is very, VERY predictable. That's not necessarily a bad thing but surprise would have been a good thing this book had going for it. Oh well. I will not be reading the next one. As I said it was okay, but I just don't feel like reading something that I can guess all the upcoming twists and turns in.

    23. Yep. I loved it. A few times I thought I had the book figured out. I almost was annoyed how obvious it was. Luckily, I was dead wrong. It was great! I can't wait to see what happens with Karis, and Ethan and every other awesome character in the next book.

    24. Fun Dystopian read. I did find some parts a little predictable but still enjoyed the book. Found a handful of typos but didn't take away from the book - I've also grown to expect this from self publish books. It hard for one person to do all the jobs of many.

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