Seneca Rebel

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Seneca Rebel

Seneca Rebel What if your one chance to change the world means you have to leave everything you love behind In the not too distant future math genius Doro Campbell is introduced to the Seneca Society a secretive

  • Title: Seneca Rebel
  • Author: Rayya Deeb
  • ISBN: 9780997241709
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if your one chance to change the world means you have to leave everything you love behind In the not too distant future, math genius Doro Campbell is introduced to the Seneca Society a secretive, technologically advanced subterranean utopia dedicated to inventing and perfecting the most effective ways to benefit our planet.But there s a hitch Like all that have comeWhat if your one chance to change the world means you have to leave everything you love behind In the not too distant future, math genius Doro Campbell is introduced to the Seneca Society a secretive, technologically advanced subterranean utopia dedicated to inventing and perfecting the most effective ways to benefit our planet.But there s a hitch Like all that have come before her, Doro is given the ultimatum Stay in Seneca forever, or leave now with no memory of the place, its goals, and its inhabitants.She stays.Her ideals are shattered when, together with biotechnology whiz, Dominic Ambrosia, Doro uncovers profound deceptions beneath the surface of this all too perfect community.Will one teenage girl have what it takes to go up against swarms of drones, psychological manipulation and biological attacks, to uncover the truth and change the trajectory of the world

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    1. Elisha on said:

      Seneca Rebel by Rayya Deeb is one of those rare books where all the elements come together to form a work of near perfection. It is a futuristic sci-fi look at what the United States of America could ultimately become. Certainly, this story will be compared to other series that have been successful in this genre recently, such as The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Maze Runner; yet, not only can Seneca Rebel hold its own in comparison, it also has so much original material to offer. Unlike the [...]

    2. Michelle on said:

      **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: bookbriefs**Seneca Rebel is the first book in the young adult science fiction/dystopian series, called The Seneca Society, by Rayya Deeb. This is the first book I have read by Rayya, and I was really impressed with her strong writing. There is solid world building and a creative plot in Seneca Rebel. Plus, I was immediately drawn in by the beautiful cover. I love how clean the background of it looks, and the color and patterns over the top [...]

    3. Douglas Grant on said:

      Rayya Deeb’s debut novel stands proudly in the Young Adult catalog, a long overdue adventure story that will reinvigorate the genre.The novel’s heroine, Doro Campbell, is a complex protagonist whom readers will identify with as she traverses a strange futuristic landscape in which an elite society attempts to set up a Utopian Noah’s Ark. Character introduction and development take up the first act of the story, as readers—through Doro—discover the nature of the Seneca Society. As is us [...]

    4. revthomps on said:

      Sometimes asking too many questions can get you into a lot of trouble. For spunky, hyper intelligent teenager Doro Campbell, trouble seems to be her middle name. From writing software that steals fractions of a penny trillions of times to make sure her struggling mother has enough money to survive to trying to live her life the way her missing scientist father would have wanted, Seneca Rebel tells the story of Doro Campbell and her band of unlikely heroes as they try uncover the truths behind on [...]

    5. Theresa Nowaczyk on said:

      Woot!! So won a copy of Seneca Rebel in a giveaway for free on First Reads I cannot wait to get my hands on this one - I always squeeze in a couple Sci-Fiction/Fantasy books each year, and this is definitely going to be one of them. Will post reviews when finished. Then, my daughter will likely want to read this one, too. :) Thank you. Update: Received my copy in lightening speed after winning the giveaway. Seneca Rebel has arrived in my mailbox today on 6/14/16. Beautiful Book!! <3IN MY MAI [...]

    6. Summer on said:

      3.5 Stars. This has a slight Divergent feel to it, but at the same time goes its own way.With her dad disappeared and her mom struggling to make ends meet in a future Los Angeles, Doro, a sixteen year old whiz with tech and numbers becomes very wealthy by illegal means and when officials catch up with her, she’s given a choice, either her mom serves time for Doro’s crimes, or Doro checks into a reform school in Virginia, that, it turns out, isn’t really a reform school, it’s a secret soc [...]

    7. Megan (Under the Book Cover) on said:

      Review also posted at: underthebookcover3.5/5Thank you to YA Bound Book Tours for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for review.Seneca Rebel immediately caught my attention with its beautiful cover and curious title. Once I read the synopsis, I was hooked. It's no secret that I'm a fan of science fiction and dystopian books, so this one was a definite win for me. While it may not be typical dystopian, the book definitely gives off a very dystopian vibe with the underground city an [...]

    8. Bemused Bookworm on said:

      Spoiler review available at Bemused Bookworm.This book was great, but it took me a while to get into it. I found Dorothy (aka Doro) to be a little awkward in the beginning & i didn’t like her very much at that point. She was acting out over her school using her grades to boost their standings…. I honestly didn’t really understand what was going on here… I guess the author was meaning that public education was about to fail or something…not sure. At any rate though, i just didnt see [...]

    9. Shannon on said:

      The good: strong female heroine with awesome contemporary tech skills, she's passionate, interesting and really leads the decision-making in the story, which I LOVED.The less good: the first half of the story is compelling, right up until the love interest is introduced. Yes, she's gob-smacked with attraction which is cool, but then the development between the two characters is very thin. They don't build much of a viable premise or relationship. Overall, it's an interesting sci-fi futuristic st [...]

    10. Michelle Capozzoli on said:

      I just finished reading Rayya Deeb's debut novel, and I'm looking forward to the next one! As a former secondary educator, I love that Doro the protagonist is a female math/science whiz. She has experienced and overcome tremendous loss and adversity, making her both a role model and relatable for teens (and adults!) For those who enjoyed the Divergent and Hunger Games series, this book will be a hit. The setting (in the future, in Seneca--a secret and exclusive utopian underground society built [...]

    11. Chiomaah Ugo Nwachukwu on said:

      This book proves that sci-fi doesn't always have to = confusing near-future gizmos alone. Plus 'Doro' seems like a really likeable teenager. Plus I really dig the scientific cover. See the rest of my review here: upcloseandliteral

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