Teen Review: Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson

Ultraviolet by RJ AndersonReviewer: Jordan B.

Why you liked this book: I really enjoyed reading this book. When I first opened the cover I wasn’t so sure because it took a chapter or two for me to be embraced by the plot. The story runs along an almost predictable story line, “girl wakes up in hospital – suspected murderer – sent to mental facility – has strange psychosis”, until you meet Dr. Faraday. The story takes a dramatic turn for “far out there” sci-fi and grabs on to you in a way that’s makes you stay up until 1 a.m. just so you can find out what happens. I give this book a three out of four because of its creativity. I didn’t care for all the flashbacks, but it was still a great read.

You might pick this book up if… you’re into science fiction. If you aren’t, the story will still be fantastic, but you won’t enjoy the ending.

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