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  • A stonking good sci-fi & coming-of-age story all wrapped into one . . . a book that tackles humanity, hardship, and classism at the deepest level.

    Magic Radio Book Club
  • An unputdownable exploration into the ethics of science

    Buzz Magazine
  • A laudable debut with a sustained narrative and characterisations that demand the reader keep on their toes.

    NB Magazine
  • Incredible . . . without a doubt one of the best YA sci-fi books I've ever read.

    Out and About Books
  • An unexpectedly wonderful read. Unique and engaging with full Jurassic vibes to boot.

    Fictional Maiden
  • [An] amazing debut sci-fi novel . . . I'd recommend everyone to read if you want a unique and fresh dystopian storyline

    Darkling Reads
  • Instantly engaging . . . widens out from a tale of a girl trying to find her own identity to a broader story encompassing an entire population's burden of oppression, and the desire for freedom

    Track of Words
  • This is one of the rare debuts that are really five star reads. Subject Twenty One grabbed me instantly and I couldn't put it down

  • This book quickly made its way into my heart as the first book that included sign language throughout . . .I was honestly could have continued to read it indefinitely, such is the excellent craftsmanship of the story and the pull in the emotions.

    Lauren Sparks
  • A thought-provoking and enjoyable read with intriguing premises and an original setting.

    Future Fire Reviews

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