Date Released: September 3, 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages: 320 Pages
Source: For Review
Rating: Really Liked
Series: The Start Up #1
The Social Code was a a great read filled with the world of technology, backstabbing, and decision, Sadie Hayes created world so true to people's motives and ambitions in a successful life. Even though it was a quick read, it is a memorable one and I'm excited to see how the second delves into this world of technology!
One thing I loved about The Social Code was that it wasn't my normal niche of YA and I usually try to push myself, but The Social Code was completely different with the premise. And definitely the technology aspect of the book, I mean who would pick that up? But no, Sadie Hayes sucks you into the world of Silicon Valley with Adam and Amelia Dory. Emilia and Adam are students at Stanford, while Adam likes to explore his options Amelia loves to decode and decode. I loved the premise of The Social Code and when you meet Adam and Amelia, Sadie really grabs you and moves you on a fast paced plot. The plot and characters really made the book a strong and moving book, I enjoyed every second of it.
I have to admit, The Social Code was a true page turner, especially with a book that is not in my niche, I am more inspired to pick up book similar to this. I seriously kept turning the pages with excitement seeing how everything would turn out with Adam and Amelia! The same goes for the other characters in the book who we get a taste of in small plot lines. Wickedly genius Sadie! All the characters were so real and I could feel the emotions off the page.
The Social Code is definitely a book you should try especially if you're a big avid reader. The book grows with you throughout plot and the characters were real and honest, anyone could relate to the choices and situations they were in. In a world of betrayal and distrust, Sadie Hayes sets a true to honest world where anyone can place themselves in Adam and Amelia's shoes.
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