beammey's review

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I liked this book, though it wasn't my favorite in the series thus far. I don't know if it's because I can't connect to May as much as I would like, or what. But, overall, this short added a lot to the overall story and we got some questions answered and are left with a whole lot more to wonder about. I would recommend this book. 4 out of 5 stars.

pantsreads's review

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Definitely the most cliffhanger-y of the episodes so far. But man, May's such a downer.

Check out my recap—and join the discussion—at Forever Young Adult.

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A new episode, a new enemy. This time they find their opponent in the weather, as they still haven't learned to not go away from the group alone.

The fast change in weather didn't really make a lot of sense to me. Also I'm wondering just how big the area is they are traveling around in, as they cross places who seem very distinct from each other.

I wanted answers in this episode, instead I got more questions. Although it seems there might be some answers soon, as it ends with a promising cliff hanger.

To be continued...

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

foreveryoungadult's review

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Graded By: Mandy C.

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diamondxgirl's review

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This week’s episode brings us the world through May’s eyes, who we previously spent time with in the second episode. In case you’ve forgotten, May’s food allergies are a real problem in a world where food is as scarce as it is foreign (remember, coffee that tastes like hot orange juice with a side of ass).

So, our ReMades are away from the caretakers, free of strange creatures (sabertooth, giant bunnies, unicorns?), off the train headed no where fast and…Unsure of where they are. This world is a never-ending source of pain and frustration so OF COURSE there’s a random snowstorm to nearly bury May and Gabe while they’re separated from the group. Lucky for them (?) there is a field of glass sheets to help build shelter (um, what in the world is going on in this world?).

She was the one person with nothing to contribute. The one person with no future in the future.

May is facing the stages of grief, with a little bit of anger at missing out on all of the things she’s planned, including being the first Chinese-American Supreme Court Judge. Hey, don’t count that possibility out yet - who says this world lacks the need for organized government?

Alright, so, predictions? My latest theory is they’re living in some sort of Sims world, where their spirits have been trapped in online avatars. I’m still wondering what happens when you die a second time. Do you get to go back home? Move on? Do it over and over again - ReMade inception? But really, it’s anyone’s guess as to what’s happening in ReMade! So tell me yours, if you’re following along!

antoniaptl's review

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I received a copy of this episode from SerialBox via NetGalley. I've got to be honest. I read the 1st and 2nd episode only. Which means I haven't read episode 3 through episode 8. Some of the previous events were mentioned briefly in this one, which was positive and reminds me the recap in the beginning of a tv series.

I did enjoy the 1st and 2nd episodes, but this one was definitely better. The writing and editing was great! We start to see a little bit of character development in this episode as May struggles with her overthinking and her ability to make decisions in stressful situations. I understand her desire to be left alone with her own thoughts, hence the running away from everyone. Her attitude though may introduce them to new dangers (the possible city she spots) or maybe a shelter and chance at a new beginning. I liked the chemistry between her and Gabe and I'd like to see where their relationship will go. We still are left with multiple questions though, about the weather, the caretakers, where they are and what happened to them exactly. I'm bracing myself for an amazing finale, but I really do hope I'm not disappointed. I do have high expectations by now.

All in all, it was really good. I haven't connected with any of the characters due to the episodes I haven't yet read, but it doesn't really matter because with stories like this one, you tend to want for them to find a safe place and start adapting to this new life. It's not like they have another choice. Or maybe they have. We'll see.