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Davy doesn't feel any different, but genes don't lie.

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One day she will kill someone. Only Sean, a fellow HTS carrier, can relate to her new life. Davy wants to trust him; maybe he's not as dangerous as he seems. Or maybe Davy is just as deadly. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Uninvited , please sign up.

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Sort order. Aug 23, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it it was ok Shelves: Davy is the picture perfect spoiled, pampered princess who is firmly ensconced in her fluffy, warm cocoon of a life. It took no less than the jaws of life to knock her off the fucking pedestal on which she has planted her throne. This book suffers from two main things: This book completely fails at explaining Homicidal Tendency Syndrome, which is completely ludicrous since it is the very backbone of the book , and the heroine is the most annoyingly perfect I have ever read.

Boy slove her. Girls want to be her. She is wealthy. She is adored by family, friends, a miniture pillar of the community. Early acceptance to Juilliard? Perfect boyfriend? Fuck you. I hate perfection. I completely loathe perfection.

I cannot relate to perfection. If I wanted perfection, I would gaze upon Tom Hiddleson's face for eternity. I do not want to read about a perfect character. I do not want to hear a character emphasize, for the umpteenth time, that she is different, that she is special. We are all fucking special, get over it. Special, huh? Special DNA, eh? Are you fucking kidding me?! Unless you an identical twin, you are different. You are born different. There is nobody like you, like me, like your cousin's sister's best friend's ex-boyfriend.

We are all fucking special, get the fuck over yourself. I do not want to hear it out of a character's mouth, and I particularly I do not want to keep hearing about it over and over and over and OVER as I read the damn book. The sad part about this is that this is not even a terrible book, it was just mediocre. It underperformed.

It did not live up to its potential. It had so much promise, especially in the character development, but overall, the character almost ruined it for me. The Special Snowflake: I found it immensely hard to sympathize with our main character due to her tendency to label herself as a special snowflake. Davy, our heroine, is so perfect!

So utterly special, and damned if she doesn't remind us of its every opportunity she has. From the very first statement, she tells us that she is one in a million. She is singular. The very first sentence of the book's first person narrative is of Davy telling us how utterly different, how completely unique she is.

Davy is fucking perfection in the form of a year old wealthy, blonde, child prodigy. I want character.

I want imperfection. I want anger, I want a heroine who is not merely book-smart, I want a character who thinks. I don't want a character who clings onto the vestige of her perfection the way a sorority girl clutches at her very last pair of Ugg boots at a clearance sale. How is Davy special? Well, she has been distinguished almost since birth. A musical prodigy.

When I was three years old, I sat down at the piano and played Chopin.

I just knew how to place my fingers on the keys Like one knows how to walk, it was just something I knew. Something I did. I can accept that. But wait, that's not all! She can also sing like a motherfucking lark. All my life I heard words like gifted. Ok, so she's musically talented. That's still acceptable. She's also brilliant. From her parents. Out of all the people with the killer gene in the United States, Davy is chosen, one of only 10 girls, to lead. Why Davy? What distinguishes her from the rest?

You have the breeding the other girls lack. Gentility, if you will Wait, what?

How the FUCK is that going to help her when she's dealing with a bunch of potential killers?! Oh, wait. She wasn't selected only for her breeding and gentility, whew.

Davy's other immense talent which is going to help her when she's facing down a ton of kids who want to rip her throat out is going to be Get the fuck out of here. Mitchell cocks his head. A talented musician and singer. In the words of her own teammate She's also got the perfect boyfriend, the one who chose her above all other girls. But he chose me.

She's also got the perfect love triangle alternate love interest, the one who chose her above all other girls. The girls flank [Sean], talking, moving their hands animatedly with every word.

They remind me of butterflies ready to launch into air. There are ALWAYS a million girls flocking and desiring the boys who fall for her, and inevitably, the boys are drawn to her like iron to a magnet. Ok, so Davy's special, smart, beautiful, innately magnetic. That's annoying, yes, but that's not enough to make me hate her. What makes me dislike her is her insistence on emphasizing that she is different. The rules do not apply to her. Davy is branded as having the Homicidal Tendencies Syndrome.

She's aghast. It must be wrong. She is perfect. It cannot happen to her. I press a hand to my chest. She is snobby.

She thinks only of herself. She thinks of herself as the one sole exception, the one mistake in the testing. She hates the other kids who have similarly been labeled with HTC. She is accepting of this syndrome in others, but not within herself.

It does not occur to her that others feel this way about themselves, too. She is closed-minded. Davy is selfish, she is incapable of thinking of anyone beyond herself. The exception. To her credit, Davy does grow up, but it is too little, too late, and it feels forced, like a politician deliberately trying to brand themselves down to relate to normal Average Joe.

The Setting: Is best summed up in one single gif. Since the beginning of time, society have tried to identify criminals before they commit a crime. They have tried to predict the type of people who are more likely to be violent, killers, thieves. From phrenology to racism, these attempts have never been proven. DNA testing only goes so far. In order for me to download this book's premise, the book had to have done a very good job of explaining how this whole Homicidal Tendency Syndrome HTS.

It didn't. I don't know how HTS was diagnosed. I don't know what in a human's DNA pinpoints this tendency. This book is as vaguely pseudo-science as they come. I don't know how society accepts the imprisonment and stigmatization of this syndrome in the futureand it is a near future HTS is in a person's DNA, so did all the murder and crimes in the past come from people who have had this syndrome?

Book doesn't say. If it was a sudden onset, how was it explained, since this cannot be a mutation, happening so close to the future. How did all this state and federal legislation come in place? What about the societal impacts? Why were not more people outraged by the labeling and the imprisonment of their loved onesand they are loved ones.

Even current criminals have family, friends. In , people who have never committed a crime gets labeled and suddenly everyone is OK with them being tossed into a facility and tattooed to indicate their capability for violence?

Fucking bullshit, that's what it is. The snippets of interviews and legislation and news in front of every chapters do absolutely nothing to make the scenario more convincing. If the book didn't mention the actual year, I would have no idea that it took place any time beyond There is no mention of clothes, there is no mention of technology.

With the very, very rapid onset of technological changes, I expect to hear some sort of inventive science that would give me a good idea of a futuristic setting. It could as easily have taken place tomorrow. The Romance: The saving grace of this book. You will likely never hear me say that again. I found the romance convincing, and the love story mostly believable. The only character in this book that I liked is the love interest. He is complicated. He has had a tough-luck life.

He is relatable, he is sympathetic. He is someone Davy should aspire to be. A nothing who showed up here today when I needed someone most. A nothing who marched into the bathroom when Brockman cornered me.

A nothing who picked me up when I was stranded and out past curfew. Only the echo of his voice stays behind, lingers on the air, in my head. Quotes taken from an uncorrected galley subject to change in the final edition. View all 80 comments.

Jan 21, Lola rated it it was ok Shelves: The thing is Even the heroine…Perfection would be the best qualificative to represent her. Perfect life — boyfriend, best friend, reputation, loving parents and brother. Where did her father go, by the way? And, even when everything in her life changed and fear had replaced admiration, she still kept that annoying, misleading and princess-like innocent face. Even her brother, he loved her so much! Speaking of protection, Sean seemed to only serve as bodyguard in this book.

No, not her boyfriend, but thank you for playing. I could even say that there was some insta-love between them. But the real action mostly consisted on unconvincing and HARD to imagine scenes. It was just hard to get into the story.

People having the killer gene will either be abolished or treated, most likely. However, whatever; I can make my own ending and sleep soundly tonight.

Will I try another book by this author in the future? Hell, I know hype can make me pick the craziest books up — We Were Liars! View all 52 comments. Jan 14, Krista rated it it was amazing Shelves: First glance: Her hair is DNA As a science major this is blowing my mind! I love this cover.

A really entertaining book that you can devour in one sitting.

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An average female protagonist fighting for her life in a not-so-average world. View all 17 comments. Dec 29, Emily May rated it liked it Shelves: Maybe I'm being generous. Or unfair. I can't decide exactly how I feel about Jordan's latest young adult novel - Uninvited. I recently had my low expectations trampled on by her impressive contribution to the new adult craze - Foreplay - and couldn't wait to see what more she had to offer. But Uninvited was a disappointment. It suffered from flaws in the very foundation of the story and the characters, even though the author's writing was compulsively readable enough to make me sail through it i Maybe I'm being generous.

It suffered from flaws in the very foundation of the story and the characters, even though the author's writing was compulsively readable enough to make me sail through it in a day and still up my rating to three stars. It's a combination of addictive, fast-paced plotting and a worn out, unconvincing story.

It's entertaining, but also has a disappointingly weak protagonist. It wasn't bad and yet it could have been so much better. There is much to celebrate and Uninvited will no doubt be an easy sell for many teens. The plot moves at a breakneck pace, dragging us into the action and drama from the very first chapter and delivering new punches at every turn.

It reminded me somewhat of Divergent in this sense - I found myself simultaneously shaking my head at the ridiculous ideas I was asked to believe and reading on like a crazy person in my need to see what would happen next.

Even in this you can see that Jordan is used to writing books for adults or "new adults" in the mature themes she doesn't shy away from incorporating. There are plenty of descriptions of violence that aren't sugarcoated for a younger audience In fact, this book contains that which is perhaps most important when writing a good dystopian book - a very real sense of fear, frustration and helplessness.

I've read plenty of dystopian books that have failed to convince me that things are really that bad, but there's no danger of that here. The story is about a music prodigy - Davy Hamilton - whose life is ruined when she is tested for and found to have Homicidal Tendency Syndrome HTS , also known as the kill gene. Abandoned by her friends, feared by her parents and forced to change schools, Davy finds that other carriers like her might be the only people she can turn to.

Even though the idea is a bit daft well, it is , it sort of half works. I can see what the author was trying to do and many interesting ideas are brought to the table I thought we were going to learn something important but it turns out it's another one all about being saved by lurrrve. And I thought Davy was a weak character. It was probably a deliberate move in a bid to make us more sympathetic towards a girl who'd been accused of being a killer, but it actually made her more annoying.

A lot of emphasis is placed on who she's going to find to protect her - and many opportunities are set up for Sean to swoop in and save her ass - and she had a tendency to be mind-numbingly stupid. She stupidly puts herself in a lot of dangerous situations and constantly requires saving by Sean, neither fact particularly endeared me to either of them. But the worst bit of all was when Sean knelt over Davy, pushing her down into the bed, just to prove that she was vulnerable to anyone who wanted to rape her.

It made me feel pretty sick. Hmm, I'm not sure if I'll be continuing with the second book. I think I might just wait and see what the reviews are like before making a decision. But I will look out for more of Jordan's novels. Find me at: View all 16 comments. Wow it was amazing!!! The kill Gene was an interesting concept to me and unique! From the beginning till the end the plot keep me captivate!

Uninvited blends together romance, action and science fiction! With fantastic characters and an ending that keeps your interesting for the next book!! Davy Hamilton has the perfect life She has her friends, a boyfriend that loves her and she has many talents.. She only has a few months left of her senior year and once she graduates she will be attending Julliard. Her whole future has been planned Until the day she will learn that she has HTS And what exactly is this???

The killing gene HTS Goverment has discovered a test to find which people have it and if you have it, it means that at some point in your life you are going to kill another human After Davy is diagnosed with the gene everything falls apart She loose her friends and her boyfriend. Once Davy starts her new life as a carrier she will meet new friends but nothing will be easy for her One of them is Sean.. At the beginning Sean trying to push her away..

I loved both characters! Davy is shy,sweet but also she was a fighter!! I don't know what I have done if I were in her place.. I loved him and I would liked to know what he was thinking.. I don't know why but from the momment I meet him I had in my mind Robbert Pattison: He is the opposite of Davy So you can imagined how must be his life I hope in the next book we get more about the secondary characters because they were really interesting!

If you are a fan of dystopian books I'm sure you will love it!! I will be waiting for the next book!! View all 44 comments.

Jul 14, Wendy Darling rated it really liked it Shelves: Weird that there's a bit of revisionism in the story, though. At one point Davy slaps her ex-boyfriend and gets into trouble for it, but she explains the reason for the slap as something totally different to two separate people.

The climax was over before I'd even realized it. But the fight choreography is well done, it's kind of cool that Davy has a musical background, and I'm definitely interested in reading the sequel. Fun read! Some room for improvement for sure, but hey.

What distinguishes her from the rest? You have the breeding the other girls lack. Gentility, if you will Wait, what? How the FUCK is that going to help her when she's dealing with a bunch of potential killers?! Oh, wait.

She wasn't selected only for her breeding and gentility, whew. Davy's other immense talent which is going to help her when she's facing down a ton of kids who want to rip her throat out is going to be Get the fuck out of here. Mitchell cocks his head. A talented musician and singer. In the words of her own teammate She's also got the perfect boyfriend, the one who chose her above all other girls.

But he chose me. She's also got the perfect love triangle alternate love interest, the one who chose her above all other girls. The girls flank [Sean], talking, moving their hands animatedly with every word. They remind me of butterflies ready to launch into air. There are ALWAYS a million girls flocking and desiring the boys who fall for her, and inevitably, the boys are drawn to her like iron to a magnet.

That's annoying, yes, but that's not enough to make me hate her. What makes me dislike her is her insistence on emphasizing that she is different. The rules do not apply to her. Davy is branded as having the Homicidal Tendencies Syndrome. She's aghast. It must be wrong. She is perfect. It cannot happen to her. I press a hand to my chest. She is snobby. She thinks only of herself. She thinks of herself as the one sole exception, the one mistake in the testing.

She hates the other kids who have similarly been labeled with HTC. She is accepting of this syndrome in others, but not within herself. It does not occur to her that others feel this way about themselves, too. She is closed-minded. Davy is selfish, she is incapable of thinking of anyone beyond herself. The exception.

To her credit, Davy does grow up, but it is too little, too late, and it feels forced, like a politician deliberately trying to brand themselves down to relate to normal Average Joe. The Setting: Is best summed up in one single gif. Since the beginning of time, society have tried to identify criminals before they commit a crime. They have tried to predict the type of people who are more likely to be violent, killers, thieves.

From phrenology to racism, these attempts have never been proven. DNA testing only goes so far. In order for me to download this book's premise, the book had to have done a very good job of explaining how this whole Homicidal Tendency Syndrome HTS. It didn't. In turn, thank you so much to HarperCollins for allowing me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. View all 8 comments. Sie hat keine eigene Meinung, ist andauernd zickig und scheint den Glauben an sich und die Menschheit verloren zu haben.

Das liegt aber auch daran, dass sie mich sehr an die Shatter Me Trilogie erinnert hat. Meiner Meinung nach kam dieses Ende zu schnell, um in dieser Art von Gesellschaft realistisch zu sein.

Schade, ein gutes Buch, eine grandiose Botschaft, aber von Band 2 und damit dem Finale habe ich mir etwas mehr erhofft! Sadly, I didn't like this book as much and, really, it didn't feel like it was even the same series.

Davy and her friends have escaped their horrible imprisonment and are making their way to a safe camp down in Mexico.

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Things go awry along the way, though, and Davy ends up getting separated from her friends. Dying, Davy is saved by a man and taken to a hidden rebel camp. There, she will have to decide whether to stay there and fight or go back to her friends. This book was a big disappointment. It wasn't too bad for awhile, but looking back at the book, I really have less than stellar thoughts on it. First of all, nothing really happens. The Goodreads synopsis describes this book as action-packed. It is that way in the very beginning and there are some deadly things going on in the rebel camp which ended up being stupid.

More on that later , but other than that? Most of it was Davy always changing her mind. Did she want to stay? I don't know!

I swear she changed her mind every chapter! Also, the romance took up a lot of the book. She kept fighting off her feelings for Caden. That's right. Not Sean. Caden is a guy that Davy meets at the rebel camp and she is attracted to him, despite the fact that she was still technically with Sean.

Sean, by the way, is hardly in this book. He's in the first few chapters, but that's really it. It wasn't really the fact that she liked the other guy that bothered me, because it's been so long since I've read Uninvited so I don't really have strong feelings for Sean.

What bothered me is the fact that another love interest is introduced in the sequel! This is a huge pet peeve of mine! I also felt like they became close way too quickly. I didn't really have huge problems with this book until closer to the end. All the action-y things ended in a 'twist' that only made the book ridiculous.

I will hide due to spoilers. So, there was a spy in the rebel camp who unleashed secrets and caused the death of many rebels. Turns out, that it was all done by some chick who only did those things to get rid of the girls Caden liked, so she could be with him. This makes zero sense at all and I was done by this point! Honestly, this 'twist' ruined the book for me completely and opened my eyes to all the other ridiculous events in this book.

I really was too nice with my rating, but I gave the 'higher' rating because of the previous book. But really, this book didn't even feel like the sequel to Uninvited. It had different characters, setting, and even Davy acted differently. The carrier gene only seemed like background noise as well. Anyway, if you are a fan of the first book, you may want to skip this one.

Especially if you liked Sean. Jul 08, Carmen marked it as to-read. Jul 22, Olivia Beckham marked it as to-read. Well, that summery killed my excitement. Spoiler zu Band 1! Meine Meinung Lange hab ich auf die Fortsetzung gewartet und ich war so gespannt, wie es mit Davy weitergeht. Mit der Protagonistin bin ich nicht so recht warm geworden und stellenweise hatte es sich etwas gezogen - deshalb hatte ich jetzt viele Erwartungen in einen rasanten und spannenden Abschlussband.

Leider hat mir auch hier ein bisschen die Begeisterung gefehlt Als Davy dann endlich auf Caden trifft hab ich gehofft, dass jetzt endlich etwas mehr Action in die ganze Sache kommt, aber der richtige Schwung hat mir immer noch gefehlt.

Mit Davy kam ich auch immer noch nicht so recht klar, auch wenn ich ihre Handlungen und Gedanken teilweise nachvollziehen kann. Sie erwartet Vertrauen ist aber nicht bereit, welches zu geben. Sowas mag ich sehr gerne! View all 3 comments. Ich fand es jetzt nicht grottenschlecht, aber ich hatte etwas ganz anderes erwartet. Es hatte einen ganz anderen Fokus This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Okay so I made it almost half way through this one and then I had to give it a rest. It was literally driving me nuts. I was forcing myself to read it and not enjoying it and really, this is supposed to be fun.

It shouldn't be this hard. I loved Uninvited. I thought it was interesting and refreshing and unique. In Uninvited Davy started out a little sheltered, a bit superficial, but from her upbringing and expectations in life, that didn't seem unusual.

Once she's labeled and then branded as a c Okay so I made it almost half way through this one and then I had to give it a rest. Once she's labeled and then branded as a carrier, she has some growing up to do. And I did think she learned a few things in Uninvited.

I thought she understood herself and others better. I thought she got that being a carrier didn't actually mean anything, let alone define an entire people group. I actually thought that was kind of the point the book was trying to make. That your genetics don't control who you actually are and the way that prejudice and being treated a certain way may play into your behavior, etc.

And then we have Unleashed. I don't know what happened here to be honest. It almost doesn't seem like this book is really connected to the last book in a weird way. Yes we have the same characters kind of and the same setting. But it feels like all of the events and personal and relational growth that happened in the first book have mysteriously vanished.

We're back to square one with Davy, only now with even more selfishness and whining. This drove me insane in the first book too, but I thought she'd learned her lesson. She got her mark for slapping a guy who deserved that and worse. How does she not realize that it's likely that a lot of other carriers are completely innocent too?

She's constantly thinks about herself as some kind of hardened killer because she shot that guy under duress. SOO not the same as premeditated murder. Everyone knows there are different levels of murder. I get that it would be a shocking terrible thing to have to do, but the way she handled it, or didn't, bugged me. Every time she mentioned being haunted by that guy I rolled my eyes. Get over it already Davy!! I mean would she rather Sean be dead?

Yeah it sucks that guy's dead, but we don't know that dude. We know us. You saved the life of the guy who put himself on the line to save your butt time and time and time again and who you supposedly love.

But then again, maybe she doesn't actually care too much about him after all…. And the part where she says she doesn't feel at all bad about killing that dude that tried to kill her, because it was him or her? She thinks she won't be haunted by that guy at all. But when she killed the other dude it was that dude or Sean!

So, she's fine with killing to save herself but not killing to save someone she's supposed to love?? She also goes on and on and ON about how she can trust no one and must rely only on herself. No one is going to be there to rescue her so she can't wait around for that. Except every single time anything happens she waits for someone to rescue her. She needed to be rescued so often that it became more than a one man job.

I'm not a fan of Sean going missing in this one at all. And not for the reason you think. Switching love interests in the second book of a duology is a bold move. Is bold the word I'm looking for?

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P But regardless, it wasn't that there WAS a switch that really bugged me. It was the way that it happened. Caden just swooped in out of nowhere and oh look Sean's not here and besides he reminds me of that icky thing I did that I didn't even have to do.

So I can't even look at him even though he's literally put his life on the line for me and done everything he could to help and protect me from day one. Out of sight, out of mind. Sean who? Oh look Caden sings, and he reminds me of all the things I loved about my old life and my old self, yadda yadda yadda. Plus he's attractive and in closest proximity to me right now so I must really be in love with him. Honestly Caden and Davy's relationship felt like insta-love of the worst kind.

They have literally nothing in common and know nothing about each other, but hey they're both good looking and in the same general area, so clearly they're meant to be. Oh yeah, and they both like to sing occasionally. And that's pretty much all I thought about him because he hardly had a personality, at least in the part I managed to get through. I really do actually want to finish this book. I want to find out what happens with the resistance and all.

I'm hoping I'll be able to come back to it at some point without it driving me completely crazy. The characters just got under my skin and I need to take a break. I also know there are so many books out there that would have me excited about reading them. I don't want to spend my time on something I have to force my way through. Find more reviews at. Oct 13, Imani added it Shelves: Imagine this, a sequel to the Uninvited a book that mixes the minority report and teen kind of dystopia.Something I did.

Nothing was answered and everything was solved in a convenient little bow. Sophie Jordan certainly does well at creating a character that we can understand, fend and feel for. The love interest was just a red flag with a face.

Some room for improvement for sure, but hey. If I wanted perfection, I would gaze upon Tom Hiddleson's face for eternity.

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