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I found this to be a very exciting read. I describe it as a cross between the Hunger Games and Ender's Game (for those who have read those books). The first chapter is very slow and could practically be skipped, but once the actual testing begins it is nonstop excitement. I love the main character and how her mind works as well as her strong moral fiber working within the cutthroat world of the testing. I won't say anything more than that because I don't want to give anything away!
I read a lot of YA dystopian fiction and this is one of the best books overall I've read all year. I've recommended it to a lot of my friends, both male and female.
This book's blessing and curse is all the numbers it contains. Average gpas, mcat scores, interview and acceptances given, etc. are easy to get caught up in (they aren't as important as you think), but it gave me information on a few schools that i didn't know about at first, one of which gave me an acceptance. The cost of applying to medical school is so exorbitant anyway, you may as well spend the money on one of these books, and MSAR is the one my pre-health admissions committee recommended: it's the gold standard.
5 stars because, well, it helped get me into medical school. Good luck...
I've had mine for almost a year of hard use on a daily basis for both work and play. My iPad mini has become an indispensable tool. This is a near perfect and high quality device, built like a tank, sexy design, power easily lasts me all day long in spite of intensive image processing use, excellent display even though it's not retina, extremely functional, I can easily hold and work with it in one hand. If you want a device that works consistently well all the time, then pay the higher price and get an iPad mini - you get what you pay for and it's definitely worth it. The mini has set and maintains the high standard by which other small tablets are measured by. Hold one in your hand, you'll see.
There are not that many books out there by contemporary male authors that inspire the same feeling of nostalgia and peace I get when I finish a book by Jess Walter. He's two for two now - first with The Financial Lives of the Poets and now with Beautiful Ruins.
Beautiful Ruins may be a lovely title name for this book, but even more so it describes the absolute gorgeous nature of the story held inside the gorgeous cover. It has all the right ingredients: dying starlette, Italy, tortured Italian young man, humorous side characters with their own touch of agony, movies, musicians, mistakes - some made right and some not, war, grief, love, death, life... the list goes on.
The story skips between four different perspectives. The perspective of Pasquale, a young/old Italian man who dreamed of building a tennis court where a tennis court does not belong and of promoting a hotel with only an "adequate view"; Claire, a young woman who is searching for something to fulfill her dreams and whose connection to Michael Deane is one that will push her in that direction; Alvin, with his stories of war and his nobility and humor; and finally Dee Moray and Pat - each with tortured stories of their own, each on a quest to find peace and happiness.
I did not have to worry about trying to find the energy to pick this book up once I started to read it - I had to try to find the willpower to put it down in order to do the mundane things of life - you know, eat, sleep, drink. I devoured each story as it was fed to me - pictures of the cliffs of Italy filled my mind, images of Richard Burton and Liz Taylor. I heard the psst hey of each sprinkler hit and cried when Pasquale does something that made me believe in humanity again.
This book is a masterpiece - and I've been on a reading streak these past few weeks of really good books. This is one of them. Jess Walter is an author to keep an eye on - he's only getting better.
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