A virus has swept the world, making everyone over the age of eighteen infertile. Teenagers are now the most prized members of society, and would-be parents. When a virus makes everyone over the age of eighteen infertile, would-be parents pay teen girls to conceive and give birth to their children, making teens th . Bumped by Megan McCafferty In the future, a virus has come along that makes people over the age of 18 sterile. I don’t know what it is with.
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I would say that Thumped really isn’t a book for readers who want to relate to characters and live strong emotions through them; the megzn was, to me, more about the world it described and the ideas behind it. Imagine a 13 year old girl, any thirteen year old girl. Though Harmony is raised in a religious atmosphere and is taught from childhood that her ultimate goal in life is to believe what she’s told by the church elders and grow into the roles of wife and mother.
Bumped (Bumped, #1) by Megan McCafferty
Bumped is so different!! What do we owe God? Megah writing was poorly done and felt forced, the characters were unrealistic, and although parts of the storyline increased my interest in the book, the conflicts were too easily solved.
I got extremely annoyed with the character simply mccaffertu of that. It was like, rilly rilly all about young girls pregging for money. The biggest problem I had was why in the world did these teens have to “bump” aka have sex?
Is this book good for a thirteen year old if your parents don’t care what you read? Mar 07, Judit rated it it was amazing.
Yes, this is for the benefit of the public, who is not allowed to know mccaffeerty their feelings for each other, but really? Bumped takes place in a not too distant future, where a virus has caused the onset of infertility between the ages of eighteen and twenty, and teen pregnancy has become a matter of profit and prestige.
I thought some of this type of content could have been removed without changing the intent of the book itself. The duel pictures McCafferty creates are not so extreme they seem impossible, or even so very distant. What can I say about Thumped? What will happen after their births? Both sisters are unhappy, although none of them questions her upbringing in the least. The ending was much too rushed and not really resolved in any way.
I liked seeing where Melody and Zen’s relationship was and how Jondoe was missing Harmony terribly. Whether controlled by Church law or the laws of supply and demand, the fertility of teen girls definitely is a commodity in both communities.
This takes the whole everything-glorious-and-perfect-love-interest thing to an entirely new and disturbing level. Bu,ped book was seriously hilarious and I laughed out so loud so many times that my hubs started to get worried.
Bumped Summary & Study Guide
There’s hardly ever any talk of love. Girls who have NOT helped in our nation’s fight against sub-replacement population suffer from depression, cellulite, and bad hair days. There were quite a few little twists and mysteries that kept me guessing, and 3 stars? Second, Chapters 7 through This study guide contains the mccaffertj sections: This point was raised to Religious Twin toward the end of the book. Twin girls, each pregnant with twins? Copyrights Bumped from BookRags. A good dystopia is all about world-building, and “Bumped” has done an incredible job with that.
Four stars for some great world building and innovative ideas. And yeah, some neggy people are going to be kccafferty like “Oh, where’s the science? There were also some twists megxn this story that I didn’t expect and some I saw coming from the first page.
I’m not saying that beautiful blond chicks can’t be smart, but This book shows the same theme as Never Let Me Go because they are both dystopian texts with protagonists’ questioning what is happening to them, and if it is right.
Bumped Summary & Study Guide
I feel like reeeeally shouldn’t be young adult books, because of the subject matter, but it’s not written in such a way I could recommend it to another adult that doesn’t write YA.
It is hazy on whether or not “bumped” means to “have sex with” or to “get pregnant with” or both combined into one word. That consistency was good. It ends with obvious loose ends that will continue in the next book. He was just so syrupy sweet and annoying.
To her adoring fans, Melody has achieved everything: In the end, Bumped did not stand up to my expectations. It didn’t have the same feeling as the first book, so maybe that’s why I didn’t like it as much as I wanted to. The basic story was entertaining though, and I ubmped enjoy it.
Nine out of 10 girls who have NOT pregged by 18 regret their obsolescence