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MARTians Last girl Zo Zindleman, numerical ID , has just been graduated Early Her options wait for her home to be foreclosed and stripped of anything valuable now that AnnaMom has moved away, or move to the Warren, an abandoned strip mall turned refuge for other left behinds a safe place, and close to AllMART, Zo s new employer, where your smile is AllMART s welcome mat Zo may be the last girl, but her name means life, and Zo isn t ready to disappear into the AllMART abyss Zo wants to live MARTians is set in a world of exurban decay studded with big box stores, where its inhabitants are numbed by shopping and the six o clock news MARTians may be the future, but it is frighteningly familiar

10 thoughts on “MARTians

  1. says:

    This book is one big question mark for me.I still don t have a single clue about what was going on This book has a dystopian futuristic sound to it And there was lots of potential to spin a fantastic story But it lacks characterisation, fun, suspense, explanations and most of all a plot I have so many questions and none of them got answered throughout the nov

  2. says:

    Read it and weep Blythe Woolston s MARTians hurts to read because though it s labelled dystopian futuristic, it seems scarily contemporary.Zo s mother abandons her, and her school closes down She finds work in AllMART and shelter in a laundromat But it s clear she s living day by day, and doesn t really have a future There s never a chance to make money becaus

  3. says:

    2 stars Will appeal to younger readers who enjoy light dystopian fiction, but may feel a bit undeveloped toexperienced readers I think that the author was trying to hold up a mirror to readers so that we think about how influenced we are by consumer culture, but beyond that barely cautionary tale this book didn t have much sustenance.This book takes place in a

  4. says:

    Woolston writes it, I read it This is the law of my universe.

  5. says:

    This is a trimmed down version of my review, to view the full review visit The Book Ramble.This book was provided by Random House Canada in exchange for an honest review.When Zoe Zindleman s school closes she s fast tracked to graduation and gets a job at megacorporation AllMART What follows is not much of a plot at all and is mostly just a string of random event

  6. says:

    When I read Blythe Woolston, I never know what the main character is going to ultimately do in MARTians, Z is booted out into the world not only by her school recently closed to help balance the budget but also by her mom, who takes off and lingers like a specter This is a novel seemingly about a world gone awry where consumers rule the show and the forgotten clas

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Before I comment, I would like to clarify that yes, I fully understand that this is a dystopian future very close to the current present, about how giant corporations own our lives I ve often been told that the reason I might dislike something is because I don t get it, but there s not

  8. says:

    clever a dystopian society without an enemy.The plot moves quickly you realize very quickly that something is VERY wrong with this world But it doesn t appear to be any sort of apocalypse Just the continuation of where we might really be headed right now if things don t change As each day unfolds, it gets creepier and scarier, even though there are no real monsters

  9. says:

    A brilliant and bleak depiction of consumerism take to its extreme so not a whole lot further than we currently know it If you like M.T Anderson s Feed which you definitely need to read , then you ll enjoy this too It also reminded me a bit of Brave New World where at times you feel like you re being given a tour of the world that is only slightly different from the

  10. says:

    Another teen dystopia in a world not so far in the future where the populace are brainwashed into consumerism hmm, not unlike today Hopefully our schools aren t that bad yet, and at least the powerful shopping consortiums don t actually control the airwaves again, I say that hopefully.This is, in equal parts, bizarre and heart rending Our heroine is left on her own mo

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