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Stung: by Bethany Wiggins

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Sammie Kassum

on 4 December 2013

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Stung: by Bethany Wiggins
Main Characters
Fiona: Girl who is the first person with a tattoo to not turn into a beast
Jonah: Fiona's twin brother who turns into beast
Lis: Fiona's older sister who becomes a doctor
Dreyden Bowen: Boy that helps Fiona not get caught by the Militia
Arrin: Boy who saves Fiona but is really a bad person
Militia: Special armed forces who try to kill the beasts
Beasts: Mindless, violent creatures who kill any humans that they see
This story takes place in Fiona's hometown; Denver, Colorado. Beasts roam the streets and everything is destroyed: houses, fences, mailboxes... whatever a beast saw was immediately destroyed. There is no sign of plant life except for a few trees. Fiona describes the air as "musty and stale and is very hard to breath." The streets tend to be quiet. Then she is in a sewer with a Fec, a very poor person. After she's out of the sewer, she is in The Wall, where all of the normal humans, not beasts or Fecs, live. The Wall is a place full of life and happiness.
Stung is probably one of the best books I've read, so I'm rating it a 4.5 only because it was a teensy bit mature and some parts where strange and I had to read some paragraphs more than once because of word choice.

I think the genre for this book would be a fiction, sci-fi, mystery, and romance all mixed into one. So people who like those types of genres would definitely enjoy reading Stung!!! :D
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