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Panic (vuoden 2014 painos)

– tekijä: Lauren Oliver (Tekijä)

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"In the poor town of Carp, New York, a group of teens enters a high-stakes game that involves a series of secretive, possibly deadly challenges throughout the summer, with the winner receiving more than $50,000--enough money to start a new life"--
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Teoksen nimi:Panic
Kirjailijat:Lauren Oliver (Tekijä)
Info:HarperCollins (2014), Edition: First Edition, 416 pages
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Panic was an exciting book and I really enjoyed the writing style. The characters could have been more developed but overall the story was gripping and the way Lauren Oliver described the challenges made it look like Panic (the game) could have been real. I was satisfied with the ending but it would have been even better with a few more chapters about the character's lives after everything that happened.
Overall, great story. I'll definitely read more from Lauren Oliver. ( )
  _Marcia_94_ | Sep 21, 2021 |
Really enjoyable read. For some reason I went in to this thinking it would be a dystopian novel but it was refreshing to find it was set in our time. One part toward the end which I won't mention bc it may be a spoiler was a little bit hard to believe. It kind of took me out of the story a little bit. Aside from that, the rest of the novel was really enjoyable and works well as a stand alone. ( )
  SarahRita | Aug 11, 2021 |
This review was originally posted on Once Upon a Chapter



Panic by Lauren Oliver grabbed my attention with its blurb. Small town wracked by near poverty when the local factory closed? God can I relate to that! The area that I live in lost 3000 jobs alone when one of the major factories closed its doors and moved production to Mexico. The smaller factories didn't take too long to follow. 10 to 15% of the population jobless in one day. Instantly as a reader, I could connect to the setting.

Panic is told from both Heather and Dodge's perspectives. There was a clear distinction in their voices. Heather had decided against entering Panic and would just cheer on her friend Natalie. Then before she knows it she's scaling the rock face and accepting the first challenge in Panic. It isn't all bad though. The pot for Panic could set her up and maybe she can provide the kind of life her sister deserves. The kind of life her mother isn't interested in even attempting to provide.

Dodge wants revenge the only way he knows how to get it. It is vital that he make it to the end of Panic. He even helps out other Panic participants to ensure he gets what he wants. Dodge is an interesting character. I'm not sure what exactly made me like him. I mean the kid's shifty as hell but I still felt like he had a lot to share and he didn't disappoint.

Can we talk a minute about the pot for Panic? When it was explained in the book, each student in the high school puts in $1.00 per student per school year but the pot at the end of Panic is five digits; a hefty sum for a poor kid from a small town. For the pot to be that much, it has to be $1.00 per day per kid. These kids are poor. Their parents are scratching out a living. How are these kids coming up with that money? It's a small thing but sharing the same kind of background, it seems too convenient. Particularly since it's not option to pay.

Other than that one issue I really enjoyed Panic. It was fast paced and easy to keep up with. I'm grateful it's a stand alone. In a genre filled with more and more series, it's refreshing to be able to read a book and be done when you turn the last page. ( )
  stephaniedloves2read | Aug 8, 2021 |
This review was originally posted on Once Upon a Chapter



Panic by Lauren Oliver grabbed my attention with its blurb. Small town wracked by near poverty when the local factory closed? God can I relate to that! The area that I live in lost 3000 jobs alone when one of the major factories closed its doors and moved production to Mexico. The smaller factories didn't take too long to follow. 10 to 15% of the population jobless in one day. Instantly as a reader, I could connect to the setting.

Panic is told from both Heather and Dodge's perspectives. There was a clear distinction in their voices. Heather had decided against entering Panic and would just cheer on her friend Natalie. Then before she knows it she's scaling the rock face and accepting the first challenge in Panic. It isn't all bad though. The pot for Panic could set her up and maybe she can provide the kind of life her sister deserves. The kind of life her mother isn't interested in even attempting to provide.

Dodge wants revenge the only way he knows how to get it. It is vital that he make it to the end of Panic. He even helps out other Panic participants to ensure he gets what he wants. Dodge is an interesting character. I'm not sure what exactly made me like him. I mean the kid's shifty as hell but I still felt like he had a lot to share and he didn't disappoint.

Can we talk a minute about the pot for Panic? When it was explained in the book, each student in the high school puts in $1.00 per student per school year but the pot at the end of Panic is five digits; a hefty sum for a poor kid from a small town. For the pot to be that much, it has to be $1.00 per day per kid. These kids are poor. Their parents are scratching out a living. How are these kids coming up with that money? It's a small thing but sharing the same kind of background, it seems too convenient. Particularly since it's not option to pay.

Other than that one issue I really enjoyed Panic. It was fast paced and easy to keep up with. I'm grateful it's a stand alone. In a genre filled with more and more series, it's refreshing to be able to read a book and be done when you turn the last page. ( )
  stephaniedloves2read | Aug 8, 2021 |
I've just finished reading it, and it was fantastic! I liked it more than Delirium (I didn´t like Delirium at all, and I still have to read the last one). I must say that I was expecting something similar to The Hunger Games (not a copy, because you can see from the descriptions that it has some differences). But it wass totally different from THG. Okay, the idea of the competition is similar, but anyway... It was totally different. ( )
  PaulaLourido | Jun 10, 2021 |
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