I borrowed this book from my office mate, and I felt like I should have bought a copy in the first place. I love the book! It deserves to be in in my favorite shelf! It was so interesting! The concept and the writing style is great! While reading it, I can’t stop thinking how better it is from Hunger Games and other dystopian and utopian books. I think better is an understatement, the Giver is the best! (But I love Hunger Games in a different way!)
There are several things that made the book incredible; the mystery of Jonas role in the community, the introduction of color, happiness, and pain and the concept of Elsewhere, Release and Sameness.
I’m just confused about the ending. Can somebody tell me what happened there? Do I need to think deep to grasp the meaning of it?
But I love it, really love it!