Monday, March 4, 2019

Other Bodies By Joel Ohman

For fans of The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, and Divergent and from the author of the #1 bestselling Meritropolis series comes the NEW dystopian thriller you won’t want to miss…In a world where immersive VR suits distort what is real from what is not, and the AI Personhood Act blurs the lines between body and bot, the choices sixteen-year-old Hattie Martins faces are very personal.How far would you go to undo your greatest regret?

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Joel Ohman lives in Tampa, FL with his wife Angela and their three kids. His writing companion is Caesar, a slightly overweight Bull Mastiff who loves to eat the tops off of strawberries.

Joel is the author of the #1 bestselling Meritropolis series—“The Hunger Games meets The Village with a young Jack Reacher as a protagonist” and the new YA release, Other Bodies.

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My Thoughts...

This is a futuristic book sad thing is, it is almost a present day story.
If you are not pro-life you may not want to read this.
I was glad to see a book of this type written and young girls getting to read it. I think it is for older girls 17 years old and on up.
I will say this is was edited well and the first half of the book was really good the second half  was very preachy to me.
I gave this book 3 stars it was worth the read.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. Powerful book for our young girls it sounds like.

  2. I am not so sure about this book. I have never heard of the author before either.

  3. This is not my genre. but thank you for sharing it here.

  4. Young adult books are always so good.

  5. I tend to steer clear of futuristic books....but I do admit, it sounds like a great book for teens! Thanks for sharing it.

  6. This doesn't sound like my kind of book, dystopian is a hit or miss with me and a genre I don't often read. But thanks for shining the spotlight on it. It may be more for the younger generation :-)

  7. I am very pro-life and I think that I would probably enjoy reading this one. Thanks for the review Mary!