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Inside Out (An Inside Story, Book 1) par [Snyder, Maria V.]
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Keep your head down. Don’t get noticed. Or Else.

I’m Trella. I’m a scrub. A nobody. One of thousands who work the lower levels, keeping Inside clean for the Uppers. I just do my job and try to avoid the Population Control Police, who dream of recycling scrubs into fertiliser. So what if I occasionally use the pipes to sneak around the Upper levels?It’s not like it’s dangerous… Well, turns out it is. Because I know every corridor, pipe and shortcut I’ve become the go-to girl to lead a revolution.

I know if we find a gateway to Outside it’ll be suicide plain and simple. But guess who likes a challenge? I should have just said no…

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Trella is a scrub - but she's not your average scrub. She has one friend and prefers to spend her time in the pipes rather than with the overcrowded living quarters of the other scrubs. They're forced to clean the Inside for the Uppers. Trella doesn't know much about the world, but when her friend comes to her and says there's someone who wants to meet her, she's suspicious.

What she discovers is something she never imagined. Unknowingly, she starts a revolution. Now, people who once scorned her are helping her complete tasks, steal food, and giving her valuable information, all for the hopes of a better life. Everyone wants to know what's on the Outside.

Everywhere Trella goes, danger follows. The Pop Cops have captured her best friend. He's sentenced to die if she doesn't get to him in time. They're watching her every move and questioning her acquaintances.

Plus, she doesn't know who to trust. She's going by her instincts, but the last time a rebellion occurred, the leaders were betrayed. Trella's hoping she trusts the right people and, with time running out, hoping that they find something that makes all their sacrifices worthwhile.

With INSIDE OUT, Maria V. Snyder leads readers on an edge-of-your-seat science fiction adventure ride filled with twists and turns you'll never see coming. Snyder has quickly become a favorite author of mine. I can't wait to see what she and Trella have in store for us in the next book of this series.

Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel
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Le style de Mrs Synder ne se dément pas : rebondissements, suspense, fins de chapitres haletantes ... bravo, une réussite complète. Mon seul regret est d'avoir deviné une partie du dénouement final avant la fin.
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HASH(0x94040a44) étoiles sur 5 Not the author's best... 31 août 2010
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Snyder's Study series is one of my all-time favorites, so I was super looking forward to her latest effort. Unfortunately, this one didn't quite do it for me.

The premise is simple enough: a bunch of people live in a self-contained community in the form of a giant cube. The folks on the lower levels (the "scrubs") do all the work, while the folks on the upper levels run the show. Nobody knows what lies outside. One of the scrubs, Trella, starts a rebellion of sorts, totally by accident, and the story takes off from there.

Although Trella has hints of the Study series' Yelena, she's not nearly as impressive or impassioned or downright awesome, and the love story here is pretty halfhearted, too - nothing compared to Yelena's and Valek's (again with the Study series - sorry, but if you haven't read these books, you must do so at once; if you think The Hunger Games' Katniss is kickass, you need to meet Yelena!).

I had the same problem with most of the characters in Inside Out, actually. They all seem underdeveloped, and in some cases they're little more than stock characters. The story is rather predictable, too (except for the big reveal at the end, which I probably should have seen coming but didn't so it totally blew my mind).

All that being said, I do like the idea behind this new series (yes, *another* YA dystopian sci-fi trilogy), and I'm curious to see where the story is going. So I'll read the next book. In general, however, I can recommend this only to diehard, must-read-everything YA fans who aren't embarrassed to carry around a book with the Harlequin Teen imprint and a super cheesy cover. The rest of you, go read the Study series.
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HASH(0x94040a98) étoiles sur 5 Review from The Neverending Shelf 1 avril 2010
Par Kate B. - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Going into reading Inside Out, I was a little worried since I had tried to read her other series, Study, without much success. Thankfully, my fears were quickly pushed aside as I began reading.

Inside Out begins slowly as Snyder introduces Trella's world. This is a world full of life and issues that many of us have not encountered before, so I really enjoyed that Snyder took her time to ease the reader into this new world. Snyder's attention to detail also is shown in her characterization of Trella. She is not a happy-go-lucky type of person. Instead, she is complex: a ruff exterior to hide the soft inside. She is spunky, headstrong, and vulnerable at the right moments... the perfect character for a dystopian novel. Like Trella, the secondary characters are outstanding. They add tons of depth to Trella's character as well as make the novel more fun. Riley, Trella's love interest, was totally a swoon-worthy kind of guy, who definitely helped to soften Trella's hard edges... that and his adorable stuff animals. Seriously, if I could buy these little guys I would.

The premise of the novel has the distinct dystopian feel about it with slight hints of science fiction. In Trella's world, there are basically two types of people: the Uppers and the Scrubs. While the novel does not go into too much detail about the Uppers, the Scrubs' lives are throughly detailed. The reader understands everything from day to day life to how things are recycled. For Trella, her life is the pipes. She knows them backwards and forwards, and did not earn her nickname, Queen of the Pipes, for nothing. Everything changes for her one day when she becomes tangled up in a revolution... one that she wanted no part of.

Like the pipes that Trella calls home, Inside Out is full of twists and turns that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Synder does a magnificent job of unveiling every little plot detail slowly and with the greatest care. There will definitely be some twists that you will not have seen coming. Especially, the finally twist. That was one that I never saw coming in a million years. While the novel feels complete, there are definitely some questions that need answers. Thankfully, Outside In will be released in 2011. I cannot wait to see what happens in the next installment. And I am crossing my fingers for some more of the adorableness that is Riley and his stuffed animals.

Readers should be aware: This novel contains minor usage of curse words. As well as minimal kissing and talk of sexual acts, which pertains to inner workings Terella's world. The novel also contains a far amount of violence.
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HASH(0x94040ed0) étoiles sur 5 Amanda Jean 5 juin 2010
Par Tannis Watkins - Publié sur
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I've read all of Maria Snyder's books. I have noticed that her main character, always female, is basically the same character just different name. All the women feel alone. They feel abandoned. They have a hard time accepting their fate. Trouble always follows. And there is always a man. Finding that man and falling for that man is always painful to read. It takes forever then it goes nowhere. As in you are lead to believe it has a "happily ever after" ending. Not saying I don't want "HEA" just saying that's the original. Snyder built a beautiful world with The Study and Glass series. Granted its the same setting, it's still wonderful. As for Inside Out, I kind of figured it would be "Spoiler Alert" space. Nothing else fit. I'm eager to see where Snyder will go with the next book. Week one million is very far away and I'm not sure Trella will live to see it. Maybe it should have been week 500,000. I'm really hoping Snyder keeps this to a three book max.

Overall I thought the book was o.k. I don't feel like Snyder tried hard enough. I think she has a powerful imagination and I want her to push herself to do better. I know she has a great character and story somewhere that isn't a repeat. Don't get me wrong, Yelena is one of my favorite literary characters. I need to believe Snyder hasn't written her master piece yet. This first book isn't that hoped for work of art. Synder writes on the edge of greatness. I just don't feel she reached her stride.

As for the lame review that comments on her references to "mating" and vulgar language, disregard that. It's the most absurd thing to point out. I can't recall a single cuss word, I thought for sure a few places could have used a four letter word. Come to think of it Snyder never cusses, that I can remember. And mating?! Really Snyder was so mommy about it, it's laughable. I would think YA readers would feel insulted about the lack of enthusiasm used to describe sex. It sounded more like what animals do rather than what people do. Either way, get a grip.

My overall opinion. Wait for the whole series to be complete then borrow the books from someone. It left much to be desired. It could have been great but it wasn't.
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HASH(0x940422b8) étoiles sur 5 Good sci-fi book for the young teen 25 avril 2010
Par Avid Reader - Publié sur
Format: Broché Commentaire d‘un membre du Club des Testeurs ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
Snyder surprisingly says she got the characters and story line from a dream! What an amazing dream. The world of the book is a very harsh one. The heroine though is quite a character, very strong-willed and very independent. She's a loner who is drawn into the struggle of the scrubs to find a way out of their daily toil in a world that is colorless, cheerless, and coordinated by routine. She has to learn to trust and interact with others as the book progresses and work others to help her downtrodden brethren in their boxed in world. My big gripe with the book is that too many things were simplified or not explained - some books go overboard on that and make you skip whole paragraphs - here I could have used more explanations or more descriptions. There are scenes of torture so this book might not be for the squeamish youngster but it is a good mystery (what is outside their box?) and has good morals to it. (people standing up for what is right, helping those weaker)
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HASH(0x94042678) étoiles sur 5 A bit like reading a textbook about a building 19 octobre 2013
Par The Spontaneous Semicolon - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you're an engineer, you're in a better position to enjoy this book than the rest of us. It's very process-driven and detail-specific. If you like concepts, and knowing about how fictional worlds work, this book will work for you. Thousands of people living in a cube - how does it happen? If the answer to that question will satisfy you, then read the book!

But if you're after something more than spatial awareness, you won't find it here. The story's bread and butter is moving and maneuvering - lots of crawling through pipes, squeezing into air vents, opening and stepping through hatches - all in excruciating detail.

If you need chemistry between characters, or even just interesting characters, don't bother. You'll barely get a description of their hair colour. And if you latch onto romance as the life raft to get you through an otherwise drab story, let go. You'll be unimpressed, especially with the cringeworthy 'sheepy' banter.

There are parts where I thought the author really couldn't be bothered to do something but felt she should throw it in for good measure, like riddles to solve a mystery. There were supposed to be ten of them, but she only bothered to reveal a few to us ... Clearly, her heart was with how a person gets from A to B and the development of strategy. For me, a better way to get my dose of that is a game of Candy Crush.
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