The darkest minds is a close to apocalyptic world. there was a disease going around that made kids young and teen ages die. when ruby (the main character) had something happen to her in the garage her mom and dad called the police and she had to go to a camp it was raining that day when she made it to a prison camp and muddy but it seemed not to be a normal camp it was a camp with no rules for the guards they got jump suits that had different color backs on the back to see if the kids were good or bad the mood seem to be that the kids were scared because they didn’t know what was happening or were they were. the camp was called thurmond a brutal government rehablitation camp. she was in 6 when she first got to the camp tell she was 16. then she was on the run from the guards called PSF because she had abilites a group of people had taken her in and took here to the east river and meet other people with abilites like hers. this is darkest minds but not all.
I like this book because it is a action packed and they have secrets that will be reviled if you read it. it is sad at points and bad so i would recommend if you are ok with that stuff and a little curse words if not its not for you.
Why i read? I read because reading is a basic way of learning. A way to learn to spell or even spell better it help you learn new words you never seen before and its a basic thing you need in life. Reading is a way to read a story and learn new things and explore the book you are reading and see what the main character does to solve his problem or what ever he needs to do. It teaches you new things you have never thought about or even heard of it makes you think of stuff is true and not true but you think it is the way the book tells you it and expressing the feeling of things and what is sounds like makes you think that you are there and actually seeing it with your own eyes to imagine a new world. this is why i read
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