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Número de páginas: 400 páginas Configuração de fonte: Habilitado Page Flip: Habilitado
Idioma: Inglês

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'Utterly magnificent . . . gripping, accomplished and dark' Marian Keyes

WINNER: Newcomer of the Year at the IBAs
WINNER: Bookseller YA Prize
WINNER: CBI Eilis Dillon Award
Buzzfeed's Best Books Written by Women in 2014

The bestselling novel about beauty, body image and betrayal

eves are designed, not made.
The School trains them to be pretty
The School trains them to be good.
The School trains them to Always be Willing.


All their lives, the eves have been waiting. Now, they are ready for the outside world.
companion . . . concubine . . . or chastity
Only the best will be chosen.
And only the Men decide.

Sobre o Autor

Louise O' Neill was born in west Cork in 1985. She studied English at Trinity College Dublin and has worked for the senior Style Director of American Elle magazine. While in New York, she also worked as an assistant stylist on a number of high-profile campaigns. She is currently working as a freelance journalist for a variety of Irish national newspapers and magazines, covering feminist issues, fashion and pop culture.

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 1151 KB
  • Número de páginas: 400 páginas
  • Editora: riverrun (30 de junho de 2014)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00IS05L3A
  • Leitura de texto: Habilitado
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  • Leitor de tela: Compatível
  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
  • Avaliação média: 2.0 de 5 estrelas 1 avaliação de cliente
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that's so unrealistic! it's boring! what's up with those girls? they didn't even had a name!!! anyway it made me read until the end!!
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Dark, disturbing future 1 de abril de 2017
Por H. Jones - Publicada na Amazon.com
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There may be mild spoilers in this review
I will begin by saying that I look for dystopian fiction to read. The Handmaid's Tale, Never Let Me Go, Brave New World, and 1984 all have places on my bookshelf and in my ereader. Only Ever Yours will be joining this group of tales. I enjoyed the story of a group of girls indoctrinated by their culture to believe that they are only valuable for their appearance. I thought that the subtle new spellings, reality shows, and social media presences were nods to our present culture. Some of the themes are disturbing - only beauty matters, strict target weights, drugs to enable compliance, and male perceptions of females, they are meant to be disturbing because they uncomfortably close to our own culture. This is not a light-weight read, there is an ending, the story is complete, but it continues to resonate asking to be revisited by the reader.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Hauntingly Good 17 de maio de 2015
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I just finished reading this book and it was one I had wanted to read after I came across it on a recommended reading list. I pre-ordered it. I have to say, it is very haunting- It includes the harsh realities of the stereotypes of females but in an 'in-your-face' type writing where the men are in control of society and women are only made (not born) for the pleasure of men. It even goes so far as that the names of the females in the book are not capitalized because they are of no importance. You are made to be a companion to bring sons into the world, because females are bad and the body naturally aborts them, a concubine to meet the physical needs or a chastity to teach the newest group of girls.

I don't think this is a book one can say they love but it was very interesting and sadly enjoyable. It is one I will be thinking about a lot but not one that I think I could read again.
2.0 de 5 estrelas Meh, great idea. Poorly executed. 8 de maio de 2017
Por Cam S - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I was very excited about this book. The concept was wonderful however the execution left me cold. I was thinking more along the lines of a modern "Handmaiden's Tale" and not a futuristic "Mean Girls". I could barely stomach all the Jr High antics and trifling drama from the female characters in this novel. I kept waiting for it to get past all that. Yeah, we get it! These girls are trifling. Yeesh! Too long setting up the reveal. By the time the novel got around to the climax I'd already lost interest. It could've been so much more! Like I said, I love the premise and it is very thought provoking. Reminding me of an episode of The Twilight Zone but without the maturity level. If you want to read an interesting futuristic take on the female condition read Margaret Atwood. If you want petty, mean girling and a totally unsympathetic main character, this will be for you. I dont have a lot of money for new books, sorry I purchased this one.
3.0 de 5 estrelas but the story could have been better The book begins with a group of young women ... 20 de abril de 2017
Por Christina Owen - Publicada na Amazon.com
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First of all let me say that I am an adult and I know this book is meant for young adults, but the story could have been better
The book begins with a group of young women in a dystopian society that literally grows women to be either the mate, concubine, or teacher. The girls we are introduced to are teens that are vying for the few positions of mates to a small group of young men. The story leaves to many details out. We never understand how the girls are raised, how they are made, why there are so few of them, why the roles are not already assigned, why they are forced to compete. There are slight racial and homophobic undertones with the protagonist being "darker" than the other girls, and she fears she is a homosexual because she had feelings for a friend. If darker skin is an unwanted trait wouldn't it be bred out. The girls are encouraged to be shallow, and unintelligent but are clearly literate and strong. If the goal is to create perfect mates for the few men that will be mated wouldn't the scientists just create them perfectly. The girls are portrayed as lab experiments but are treated as if they have free will. The best friend of the protagonist does the unthinkable, in a society where no person would even have the knowledge to do what she did. It really just didn't make a ton of sense.
I treated myself to this book and was dissatisfied, I think I was expecting something a little deeper but this was just ok. It would be good for preteen girls that are obsessed with boys, looks and social media.
4.0 de 5 estrelas MUST READ 2 de janeiro de 2017
Por jeff Melih - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This story is about the perfect utopia world that really is more of a dystopian world. The main character is Frieda or number #630. Well Frieda comes from a perfect society where Rich men rule and Women are only ever use for baby making or for being a concubine. All women are taught that all they want to be is wives. As the book continues it shows you that our world is a lot like the society in this book. For example how our old society traditions are put forth even in modern times. This book reminded me of the Hunger Games Series, in the way it describes the world and how history can be seen in it.

Now I must warn you as I read this book it was unbelievably painful. I felt a mixture of emotions for what Frieda was facing, while she was learning how to agree with her dystopian society standards. I finally realize the emotions where coming because I have seen these standards, maybe not as extreme as present in this book but I have seen similar standards among society today. For example women are told, even in modern times, that your life will be a happier one if marriage and kids are involved. How by doing those simple things, you will contribute to the world and make it better. To be honest I don't believe society realizes how such standards exist because they have been around for so longing the world history. This book also help me to understand so many things I do that are double standards and those realizations hurt like heck. I was always told that the things that hurt you the most usually help change you the most. I am hoping that this book has change me in some ways, for the better. I think that even though this book was painful, it should be read by both men and women. It is a classic in the making, for me. This book should be read in every junior high and high school as assignment, because its will change the world.

The reason for the four out of five stars is because there where a few things, that I was unsure about as I read the book. Also a few things in the book that I wish had been more talked about such as some of the abusive relationships with a few of the characters. But overall an excellent must read hands down
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