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When two of the members of Decode end up being double agents for a group trying to force everyone to get the tattoo and rumors are spread that she killed her mom, along with the government wanting to catch her for breaking the law of not having a barcode Kayla runs away. She hints at the fact that the tattoo is evil and urges Kayla to never give in to having it. I wanted to like this book, but I couldn’t ignore the flaws. It’s just plain awful.

As people were discovering the horrors of the bar code tattoo, they were eager suzsnne find a way to get rid of it. As the tattoo controls more and more of their identity, Kayla joins a small rebel group at her school, dedicate Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales. Through the need to be accepted people will conform to an idea just so they are “part of the crowd.

The Bar Code Rebellion (Bar Code, #2) by Suzanne Weyn

You got to know some characters a little more and that was nice. And the endings are consistently underwritten and a pretty big letdown. She very much enjoys rethinking these classic tales from an original rattoo of view, always looking for the real psychological underpinning of the story. May 06, Marina rated it did not like it Shelves: It did not have anything close to a consistent plot and every character was more one dimensional than literally every character ever. I didn’t think much of it because stuff like this happens to characters in books and maybe real people as well so to find out that Kayla’s ability to see the future was her superpower, or whatever you want to call it, and that other people could do similar things was a bit of a surprise.


In the case of the protagonist and her clone sisters, the DNA of a sparrow. Lists with This Book. At first I was like: Then they supposedly loved each other wsyn had suzznne, all of which were skipped barfode Apr 04, Destiny Martinez rated it really liked it. During this time, may things were happening to Kayla that could have easily shaken her up, but she stayed strong and true to wha she believed in.

The Bar Code Tattoo Summary & Study Guide

How much do we do this already? This would cause discrimination and not allow her to be hired on any job at all, due to this sickness, that did not affect her, and Kayla became more opposed to it. She very much enjoys rethinking these classic tales from an original point of view, always looking for the real psychological underpinning of the story.

Then she ran into the forest to get away from the authorities, then she found a hiding spot. Tattpo did not suzanje you at all.

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Quotes from The Bar Code Tattoo. Everyone is getting the bar code tattoo. Eliminate parents to make HERO act in a world void of adult influence.

However, the writing style was xuzanne horrible. A wanted fugitive, she finds herself in the Adirondack Mountains where she joins a resistance group and rebels against the tattoo and tries to find answers to her biggest question; what information does the barcode tattoo hold? Well, I have to say I’m warming up to this series, and I’ll give it a 3.

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Een verrassend fijn boek over een verplichte tatoeage die heel de samenleving overhoop gooit. To me, this novel was anything but original.

Apparently they are being refused bar codes. Recommended to Tamora by: I really enjoyed it.

In general the book ins about a girl living in a world where one organization is ruling the word, forcing people o get bar code tattoos on their 17th birthdays. I don’t know how these books got published to be honest. At 17 years of age, people were expected to get a tattoo that could be scanned with lasers-essentially a barcode. Everyone over the age of 17 gets one.

The barcode tattoo is a great read about a seventeen year old trying to fight against the society, government and Global-1, attempting to stand strong against the fraud corrupt ways of her country. Apr 19, Alexandra rated it really liked it.

Suzanne now lives in suznane New York State with her husband, two teen daughters and Abby the cat. Futuristic dystopia, great idea. Quotes from The Barcode Tattoo. I thought the tattoos were interesting and you really see a sheep-like effect in the population with the introduction to the tattoo, then they ignore any bad rep.