The first thing that clued me in on how much I'd enjoy this book was the second chapter. The way I sat up, laptop on my lap while I read the words.
The second thing that clued me in was my simultaneous eagerness to read every word and my reluctance to finish the book.
The third thing was how I raved about it to Mokesart. I usually rave about books that I really liked to him.
What is Socialpunk all about?
Its the first of a trilogy, and I hope the author will do another blog tour for the second and third instalments.
It's about a world set in the future. Of people rebelling. What got me hooked is the future world. The whole concept of it. The way people are during that time. In this world, art is the main thing.
You'll read about how most people are perfect physically. They don't age, don't get sick, don't put on weight. Well – if they've chosen to get themselves 'fixed' for a hefty sum. The ones who don't are seen as outcasts.
(*is pretty shitty at reviewing*)
What I can say is that this book makes me want more. The ending was a real:
"Oh my God, no wonder! Wait, that's the end? Nooooooooooooo!"
Will this be something I'm going to reread? Yes.
Is this something I wish I had the idea to? Yes.
I think that says enough on the awesomeness of this book.