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At LEAST a 4.5 What a good read A frightening, worrisome, dystopian read, but totally believable The writing is evocative and the characters well rounded I never knew what would happen next and was kept guessing until the end I can see how why this would appeal to younger readers, but I was thoroughly captivated too Definitely recommended reading P.S Note to the author Get a good proofreader to correct several grammar spelling mistakes not typos. This book is extremely well written I read it in two days, as I couldn t put it down I was a bit sceptical about the demographic, as this book seemed to be written for my teenage daughter, and not for me But I loved it And so did my daughter The tone of the book was intriguing, not at all preachy as is sometimes the case with books that contain a strong message The characters were vivid, and the author really makes you care about them This is highly recommended. It was difficult to put down Code Blue by Marissa Slaven I needed to know what was going to happen The mystery at the heart of this novel propelled me on The interesting descriptions of our planet in the near future mesmerized me Tic Brewer, the main character, is compelling and sympathetic I found myself easily slipping into her fictional skin, so to speak I wanted her to find answers, and in the end, with the help of her friends, she does.I love the emerging genre of young adult climate It was difficult to put down Code Blue by Marissa Slaven I needed to know what was going to happen The mystery at the heart of this novel propelled me on The interesting descriptions of our planet in the near future mesmerized me Tic Brewer, the main character, is compelling and sympathetic I found myself easily slipping into her fictional skin, so to speak I wanted her to find answers, and in the end, with the help of her friends, she does.I love the emerging genre of young adult climate fiction Not only is Code Blue a mystery, it s a primer The novel presents facts about the environment At the beginning of the book, Tic has to pass an entrance exam to be admitted to the North East Science Academy Slaven cleverly starts each chapter with a question from the test, educating the reader as well as projecting future scenarios concerning climate change Engaged readers will have to do some research to figure out which is which In many ways the mystery at the center of book revolves around political and religious ramifications surrounding climate change today while science in the future as well as today holds the key to unlocking the solutions to many problems In Tic s case, the problems are multi dimensional While the words code blue most certainly speak to an earth we need to nurture back to health, Code Blue has very personal meanings for our heroine This book is a really smart read, and I loved it on every level This is my first eco lit read, and I can t wait for.The story is set in the not too distant future where climate issues like extreme weather, rising water, climate refugees are everyday realities And the resulting reality Slaven creates is intriguing Tic, the lead character is relatable and I was rooting for her all the way through She is smart and resourceful All of the teen characters have something to offer and reflec This book is a really smart read, and I loved it on every level This is my first eco lit read, and I can t wait for.The story is set in the not too distant future where climate issues like extreme weather, rising water, climate refugees are everyday realities And the resulting reality Slaven creates is intriguing Tic, the lead character is relatable and I was rooting for her all the way through She is smart and resourceful All of the teen characters have something to offer and reflect kids who often see themselves as other I was invested in the mystery and had to keep reading to find out the truth of what happened The author includes multiple choice science questions in each chapter, some of which relate to our present world and some to the world of the future The facts were interesting and eye opening As a teacher, I couldn t help thinking of the many discussions to be had politics, science, and ethics This is a compelling read for YA and adults It is rich and layered and I can t wait for the next one 3.5 It is hard for me to rate this book On one hand, I loved it I loved the science and climate change aspects the most On the other hand, the romance felt very insta love, and it kind of felt forced The characters, and interactions between characters, were also very one dimensional I felt the story could have benefited from beingfleshed out It also felt rushed, particularly towards the end. This was incredibly offensive I m a Christian and the author took my beliefs out of context and to an extraordinary degree of which I am sick Don t use religion as a villain in any book There are good people in each who don t deserve to feel hated This book is 100% Eco Left propaganda In many areas of the Bible God commands His people to take care of the world and sustain it Obviously this author doesn t know the Author of Creation and His love for it. Edited to change rating I should have given it originally A fast and disappointing read This emerging writer has a long way to go I appreciate the topic and the motivation, but the science and plot are poorly integrated, the writing is stiff, with unrealistic dialogue, and the characterization is thin It s a pity for such a potentially exciting story to be made so downright dull. This book is incredibly smart and thought provoking It s main draw is the character development which is complimented with a story line and structure that is a completely new idea A fast read that is hard to put down Highly recommend it. {READ DOWNLOAD} ó Code Blue õ Code Blue is a YA speculative thriller mystery set in a not so distant future where rising temperatures and sea levels have dramatically reshaped the world in which we live Author Marissa Slaven keeps you hanging page after page as the story unfolds Young adults and teenagers who worry about our planet will get something from this novel and at the same time relate to it on a personal level as they worry about their immediate futures can I get into the college I want and their planet s present and future how will global warming change our home, our lives Dystopian fiction comes and goes, and too many assume the trappings of formula productions but the test of any superior story line lies in its ability to draw readers with powerful characterization and associations that lend to a reader s emotional connections with events as they unfold Code Blue holds a special ability to juxtapose both the bigger ecological picture with the microcosm of a young adult s personal challenges as she moves through this world Diane Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review This book is amazing for young adults teens It is informative about what our future could be, and gives lots of facts and interesting information about our environment This book also includes romance, friends and everyday obstacles that teens go through everyday I highly recommend this book