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!!> BOOKS ✯ The Kingdom ⚡ Author Jess Rothenberg –

The KingdomReading The Kingdom Jess Rothenberg Welcome To The Kingdom Where Happily Ever After Isn T Just A Promise, But A RuleGlimmering Like A Jewel Behind Its Gateway, The Kingdom Is An Immersive Fantasy Theme Park Where Guests Soar On Virtual Dragons, Castles Loom Like Giants, And Bioengineered Species Formerly Extinct Roam Free.Ana Is One Of Seven Fantasists, Beautiful Princesses Engineered To Make Dreams Come True When She Meets Park Employee Owen, Ana Begins To Experience Emotions Beyond Her Programming Including, For The First Time Love.But The Fairytale Becomes A Nightmare When Ana Is Accused Of Murdering Owen, Igniting The Trial Of The Century Through Courtroom Testimony, Interviews, And Ana S Memories Of Owen, Emerges A Tale Of Love, Lies, And Cruelty And What It Truly Means To Be Human.

!!> BOOKS ✯ The Kingdom ⚡ Author Jess Rothenberg –
  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • The Kingdom
  • Jess Rothenberg
  • English
  • 19 July 2018
  • 9781250293855

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    What I lack in attractiveness I make up for in my infallible ability to find interesting books to add to my TBR

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    this full review is now posted at i spontaneously remembered i have a blog, and also that i would like to receive tickets to a real life version of the Kingdom please and thanks EVIL DISNEY EVIL ROBOT DISNEY WITH MURDER, AND ALSO TECHNOLOGY.EVIL ROBOT DISNEY OF THE FUTURE.What do I have to say I hope it s not a lot, because that s really all I got This book was nonstop exciting and nonstop original and nonstop awesome and that s really all I have to say.But for the sake of writing a full review, I ll elaborate First, synopsis This is about Ana, one of seven Fantasists think cyborg y Disney princesses at The Kingdom think Disney but huge and future y Ana is nice and great and INTERESTING, which is crazy because anytime a YA protagonist is nice it s just a nice way of saying boring and personality less I m aware I m overusing the quotation marks, but please let me have my fun.Ana meets Owen, a cutie theme park employee, and starts falling in LOOOOVE Butrobots CAN T LOVE ROBOTS CAN T FEEL Ana isn t quite a robot but the point stands It s the Singularity, baby Except with amusement parks and fairytales So basically the dream But then, somehow, impossibly, it gets MORE interesting Because Ana gets accused of murdering Owen, igniting the Trial Of The Century.This is the book we read CAN YOU BELIEVE WE ...

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    This book wasn t even on my radar when I got the invite to read it and man, I m so happy I accepted I loved Ana She s so good and pure and it was easy to get wrapped up in her way of seeing the world I was rooting for her from the very beginning There are a few other characters, but this story is all about Ana and what she s going through Plot wise, I was absolutely captivated I was so happy the story was told in a past and present format Seeing the trial unfold in transcripts and video clips while the present tense of the story was in first person really worked for me It also added a layer of WTF that wa...

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    I started reading The Kingdom on 5 22 2019 and finished it on 5 25 2019 at 2 55AM This book is a fantastic read I like following Ana s view She has a clever attitude I like how she handles the interviews She s a bit of a smart mouth and challenges her interviewers instead of just answering the questions directly The story is interesting, reminds me of Magic Kingdom except it sounds exciting with all the technologies When technology going rogue, in this case, the Fantasist Nia, Eve, and Ana acting and thinking beyond their programming capabilities, just makes me wonder how real robots can be sometimes.This book is told in the first person point of view following Ana, one of the seven Ana, Kaia, Yumi, Eve, Zara, Pania, and Zel fantasy princesses called Fantasists, the world s most beautiful ladies Ana works at The Kingdom, an Extreme Virtual Reality theme park She along with her six sisters are created and programmed as hybrid humans to entertain and make guests happy Ana doesn t sleep and shouldn t feel hurt This book begins with what goes on after a murder, an interview into the murder trial and two years before the murder took place Each chapter will bring readers closer to the murder scene while getting to know everyone involved and all that goes on in The Kingdom.The Kingdom is well written I love this unique young adult fanta...

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    This book wasn t just a bit dark and disquieting it took me to a whole new level of sinister that I had never experienced before.Plot 4 5Characters 4 5Writing 4 5Trigger Warnings suicide, sexual assault off page, implied , animal abuseThe Kingdom was a futuristic theme park that used cutting edge technology to create an enchanting experience for all of its visitors With thrilling performances from previously extinct creatures, magical rides, flamboyant parades and vivid fantasy simulations it promised to inspire wonder and make everyone s wildest dreams come true by giving them the happily ever after they deserved One of its most prominent creations was the Fantasists seven android princesses engineered to delight, amuse and represent equality and tolerance in the world.The novel was a series of flashbacks, interrogation records, court testimony, emails and which pieced together the story of Ana, a Fantasist who was accused of murdering one of the theme park s maintenance workers This format allows us to see the events unfold from her perspective and simultaneously see how the same events have been twisted to appear in court It s funny how ther...

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    This book was not what I expected I mean, I knew it wasn t going to be all rainbows and unicorn farts The synopsis lets you know right away that this book is about the underside of the fairytale, about all the dark things that happen backstage to the fantasy.And yet, I don t know why I still didn t quite see it coming.This book follows Ana, one of seven Fantasists and The Kingdom, a Disney World type of amusement park The Fantasists are seven engineered girls meant to be the princesses of The Kingdom They were made to be beautiful, kind, generous, and perfect in every way They were made to be obedient, docile, subservient, and to never speak their mind.In the eyes of the world, they are perfect girls In reality, they are prisoners to The Kingdom, constantly harassed and abused, lied to and manipulated, forced to endure the cruel games of the scientists that created them and the park s investors who paid for them.All until something starts going wrong with the girls programming and they start to develop feelings and desires other than the ones they were created for Sure, they feel love It is the premise of the story after all But they also start feeling loss, fear, and most importantly, hatred for the people that have kept them as prisoners.That s where things get interesting.I think this book makes great commentary on the use of...

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    Oof With such an amazing sounding synopsis, I found this one to be lacking in both the action and thrills department That s a pretty hefty negative when a book takes place in a futuristic theme park with robot princess s.The book never allowed me to be fully immersed It s really choppy On occasion when a scene was finally laid out and I could enjoy what was happening, the chapter would end and switch to a new timeline There s no depth I loved that the author tried to be innovative and original with a murder mystery plot but the book is a singular great concept that never materializes into anything Plus the writing needed a good polish The magical theme park atmosphere never really came through I felt like a thin cloth blanket was draped over the setting and I was desperately trying to see through it I wanted to spend time time in a...

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    This book was so good I loved the twists Set in a highly imaginative and creative world, Kingdom, which has the vibes of a Disney Westworld combination, where there are android princesses in this theme park called Kingdom, that interact with visitors and make their experience special The story is about Ana, who starts to develop her own emotions At the beginning I struggled a bit to keep up with wh...

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    Hello I m totally down for some tragic robot romance

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