Cecelia’s flawed world lures younger readers
"Flawed is a very appealing concept, and is a well-written, and well thought-out book."
Flawed is the first young adult book written by bestselling Irish author Cecelia Ahern. In the book, she explores the by-now familiar theme of a dystopian future. She creates an unsettling society where obedience is everything – the rules are enforced by the Guild and must be followed. In this world, when a person makes a single mistake, they can be judged and branded as flawed. For those who are flawed, life is extremely restricted,...
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