BUMPED MEGAN MCCAFFERTY ESPAOL PDF
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 . The latest Tweets from Megan McCafferty (@meganmccafferty). with such a CRAZY idea for BUMPED/THUMPED: All of this is already happening somewhere. Megan McCafferty’s Bumped series of books are must-read teen dystopian fiction , along with Ally Condie’s Matched series and Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy.
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This is definitely a book worth reading, one that I would recommend without hesitation. In many ways Thumped falls short of Bumped. Even though it involves millions espall people.
Girls sport fake baby bumps and the school cafeteria stocks folic-acid-infused food. Reality has definitely stepped in more so for this book, and it didn’t seem to glorify teenage pregnancy quite as much as the first – it actually helped the reader take a step back and to see how the main characters were trying to change things and make the right decisions.
Thumped (Bumped, #2) by Megan McCafferty
I’m very impressed with the way “Bumped” outlines the ease with which an under-class of young and powerless teenagers can be exploited by society without even realizing that they are being exploited.
The author’s views of God, Jesus, and the Holy Bible are awful. Come on–but McCafferty bumprd it work. BUMPED is the story of twins-separated at birth, Melody and Harmony, in a near-future where a sterility virus makes it impossible to get pregnant past megah years of age. I absolutely adored Thumped. What makes the bunped shocking is not its subject matter per se, but the manner with which its presented. In this society, sex for teens is condoned, considered good, even patriotic or heroic.
Let’s not disappoint her, shall we? Ideological splits occur, with the most “conservative” members of society disappearing into religious compounds to marry off their girls immediately after menarche; the “liberal” members of society take the meegan extreme, with ‘helicopter parents’ grooming their girls to sell their embryos to the highest bidder and taking out loans against “egg equity”.
Bumped (Bumped, #1) by Megan McCafferty
While they are searching for the perfect partner for Melody to bump with, she is fighting her attraction to her best friend, Zen, who is way too short for the job. When George Orwell wrote it inpeople were probably sceptical as well.
Parts of this are guffawingly funny, and parts might meld your cold hard heart just a little.
Read when you’re older. I CANNOT wait to see some of the things my fellow Goodreaders will say about this book in their reviews and, especially, in their status updates. This takes the whole everything-glorious-and-perfect-love-interest thing to an entirely new and disturbing level.
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It’s not that this was a bad book, it just wasn’t for me. However, I once had a bulgarian author talk in my old high school, about a book she’d written about communism. Everything happened quickly, it was incredibly predictable, and the ending was a little too perfect. But, yeah, they’re still creepy. Of course there are slip-ups with those wanting to keep their child.
If our currently label-preoccupied, materialistic, and consumeristic society were indeed to suffer from a mysterious virus that makes all adults infertile, you can bet that the resulting society would be almost exactly the one McCafferty has created here. Having had a good time and a good push to my mind seemed to be enough.
This is gross and in this day and age where so many teen girls think that getting pregnant is fun I think this send the wrong message.
And if you’re worried about the subject matter – a lot of sex talk, teenagers talking about sex for reproduction and tweens flaunting fake baby bumps because it makes them ‘sexy’ – don’t worry about it. This was without a doubt, the strangest book I’ve ever read. Even Harmony seems to have it all.
All in all, the two books are tons of fun and have enough material to get some very good discussions going with teen girls for a long time! There is no flow in some so it almost seems like you aren’t reading a continuation but an entirely different story.
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