Din viitor! (17)

Azi o tinem intr-un tn usor si relaxant, pentru ca sunt distrasa, obosita si lipsita de inspiratie. Asa ca ma limitez la Tumblr, muzica, si mai tarziu un pic de “Looking for Alaska”. Pana atunci, vreau sa va prezint “The Only boy” de Jordan Locke, o distopie pe care sper ca o voi citi in curand. Are o premiza tare interesanta si pare foarte diferita. So, here we go!


Mary is stuck in Section One, living with three hundred women in a crumbling hospital. She wonders what life was like two centuries ago, before the Cleansing wiped out all the men. But the rules—the Matriarch’s senseless rules—prevent her from exploring the vacant city to find out.

Taylor’s got a dangerous secret: he’s a boy. His compound’s been destroyed, and he’s been relocated to Section One. Living under the Matriarch means giving up possessions, eating canned food and avoiding all physical contact. Baggy clothes hide his flat chest and skinny legs, but if anyone discovers what lies beneath, he’ll be exiled. Maybe even executed.

Mary’s never seen a boy—the Matriarch cut the pictures of men from the textbooks—and she doesn’t suspect Taylor’s secret. If she knew, she might understand the need to stop the girls from teasing him. If she knew, she might realize why she breaks the rules, just to be near him. Then again, she might be frightened to death of him.

Taylor should go. The Matriarch is watching his every move. But running means leaving Mary—and braving the land beyond the compound’s boundaries.

Asa-i ca suna bine?


2 thoughts on “Din viitor! (17)

  1. Am nețărmuita bucurie și neasemuita plăcere de a-ți ura La mulți ani, cu prilejul minunatei sărbători de 8 Martie! Sper ca florile să te împresoare toată ziua și parfumul lor să te adoarmă spre seară. 🙂


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