(E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg


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    summary The Kingdom (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download 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 TECHNOLOGYEVIL ROBOT DISNEY OF THE FUTUREWhat 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 a

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    summary The Kingdom free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download 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 fantasyAnd yet I don't know why I still didn't uite see it comingThis book follows Ana one of seven Fantasists and The Kingdom a Disney World type of amusement park The F

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    (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Happy endings are only stories And stories are lies I had high hopes for this book A warped version of Disneyland where the 'princesses' are known as fantasists The fantasists are effectively robots created by The Kingdom to serve its guests To do anything they are asked without argument or comment to 'make dreams come tru

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    free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download I was really enjoying this up until around page 270As soon as the showdown started the story went downhillThe plot was so

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    (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Very pleased with my first read of 2020 Really captivating from start to finish I loved the format of the timeline which inc

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    (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg 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 ro

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    summary The Kingdom Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg I started reading The Kingdom on 5222019 and finished it on 5252019 at 255AM 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 uestions directly

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    summary The Kingdom (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Realy original story 🥰 loved the ideaconcept but sometimes it felt to dreaded so that did take away some joy for me but overall a solid read about hybrid princesses and I kinda wished that you could visit the kingdom if

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    summary The Kingdom (E–pub) The Kingdom BY Jess Rothenberg Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download This book wasn't just a bit dark and disuieting it took me to a whole new level of sinister that I had never experienced beforePlot 45Characters 45Writing 45Trigger 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 flamboya

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The Kingdom

Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg summary The Kingdom Ed species formerly extinct roam freeAna 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. Very pleased with my first read of 2020 Really captivating from start to finish I loved the format of the timeline which included flashbacks as well as transcripts from the court room It kept me guessing And the entire concept of the theme park was so interesting

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Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg summary The Kingdom 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 hum. Realy original story loved the ideaconcept but sometimes it felt to dreaded so that did take away some joy for me but overall a solid read about hybrid princesses and I kinda wished that you could visit the kingdom if it hadn t roborts of course or animal abuse 3

free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg

Jess Rothenberg õ 3 download free read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jess Rothenberg summary The Kingdom Welcome to the Kingdom where 'Happily Ever After' isn't just a promise but a rule Glimmering 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 bioengineer. 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 fantasyAnd yet I don t know why I still didn t uite see it comingThis 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 mindIn 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 themAll 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 prisonersThat s where things get interestingI think this book makes great commentary on the use of women s bodies There were wonderful moments of insight that stuck so hard because they are things that real life women have to experience and endure every day in our society My issues with this come firstly with the romance It felt unreal Like there is no real reason for this relationship between Ana and Owen In fact Owen didn t feel like a full character to me Why was he doing this What was his motivation His backgroundAll the other Fantasists were also pretty boring if I m honest Nia was a bit interesting at first but we didn t get much of her story Also Eve had potential but her story isn t really elaborated on We don t get to see the other Fantasists really developI also couldn t really connect with Ana I felt her struggle her pain I acknowledged it I just couldn t seem to care the way I was supposed to Does that make senseAlso the end felt a bit rushed A bit unfinished I have uestions than answers and I don t know how I feel about that In the end I couldn t love this as I wanted As I said this book is as if the plot of Westworld was happening in a Disney park That said Westworld does it better I couldn t help but have Westworld in the back of my head while reading especially after they mentioned the Romeo Juliet uote Violent delights have violent ends a recurring motif in WestworldMy rating though mostly comes from the fact that in a few weeks I probably would have forgotten most of its character and in a year I probably would have forgotten most things but the premise It justs didn t stick with meI m not sure this review even makes sense But that s how I felt so there you have itTW emotional abuse sexual abuse implied never shown suicide ARC was provided by the publishers in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own

  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • The Kingdom
  • Jess Rothenberg
  • English
  • 28 June 2020
  • 9781250293855