All member reviews for Independent Study: The Testing, Book 2

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Sci-fi sequel spends too much time in familiar territory.

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Kid, 12 years old July 14, 2014

Good read

Independent study is a suspenseful story that makes you never want to stop reading. It's a great sequel to the previous book, "The Testing." Once Cia is accepted into the university, she realizes that it is different from what she expected. Cia and Tomas decide they need to put a stop to the testing once and for all. This is less violent than the first book of the series "The Testing" although it does have some incidences of violence.
Written byAnonymous August 23, 2014

Independent Study, Book 2 Review

Like the first book this one is equally amazing. Violence- Not as much violence as the first book. During the Induction Damone, who cannot control his emotions, tries to hit Cia with a hammer. A minor character is accidentally pushed off a cliff. Some shooting and shoving. Sex- Cia and Tomas are now a couple. They kiss and hug a few times. Language- He** and da** are used a few times Consumerism- None. Drinking- None that I could remember.
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