uninvited by Sophie Jordan

uninvited

“Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

“Feeling his heart, it occurs to me that it beats just like everyone else’s. Like mine.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

“Never forget that we are more than the genetic code. We can be more than labels applied to us. We can be more than what others whisper behind our backs. Free will exists. We need to choose to be the best we can be and we need to help others do the same. Believe in yourself.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

“Exactly what he wanted me to do. Exactly what they all thought I would do. Everyone in here. Everyone out there in the world. A world so afraid of carriers, it makes killers out of the innocent.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

“A world so afraid of carriers, it makes killers out of the innocent.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

“All my life people have called me gifted. Extraordinary. Blessed. I had all these dreams to become something. Someone. No one ever said I couldn’t. No one ever said Killer.”
Sophie Jordan, Uninvited

Davy has a good life with a boyfriend named Zac, friends and family that love her and plans to go to Julliard until she finds out she has the kill gene. Davy’s family shows their concern in different ways from offering to help her escape to despair that she is a sociopath and will one day hurt someone. Davy’s old friends betrayed her on a horrible level and I hope karma gives them everything they deserve.

I did wonder whether there were so many violent carriers because they truly had this HTS gene or because it was learned behavior from being told constantly that they are animals and that’s all they will ever be and being subjected to even more violent behavior once they become a carrier. (In the case of the weaker one’s that is ) I loved Sean and I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book.

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