Overall rating and opinion of "Opaque" by Calix Leigh-Reign

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Overall rating and opinion of "Opaque" by Calix Leigh-Reign

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This is a discussion topic for the February 2020 Book of the month, Opaque by Calix Leigh-Reign.

What is your overall opinion of the book? What do you like most about it? What do you like least? Will you recommend the book to other people? Why or why not?

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I loved this book. It is not my usual genre but I enjoyed this one. My favorite was Adam and Carly's relationship. The worse thing was Carly's mom dying. In my opinion this was a 4 star book!
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I absolutely loved reading this book! I really enjoyed Adam's character development and watching his relationship with Carly grow.
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I really liked this book overall, especially Adam's character development. His relationship with Carly (at least looking at it from Carly's perspective) wasn't my favorite, but it still made sense for the story. I rated it a 3 star book, but I would definitely recommend it to teenagers and young adults.
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I would rate it 4 out of 4.when a book is interesting and has great character development the the reader gets to enjoy every bit of it.
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I really line the book my favorite are Adam and Carly I'm really interested to see how they develop together in the story. Will definitely recommend it.
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I would rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because it's intriguing and the storyline flows with ease.
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I am still in the process of reading this book, but so far, I like it! Not usually my genre of choice, but with the added piece of romance, I can get past the sci-fi aspect. My favorite aspect is the relationship between Adam and Carly. My least favorite aspect are the genetic mutations. So far, I give it a 3 star rating.
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I have not had the chance to read this book yet, but on the basis of all I have read about it, it seems to be really enjoyable.
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I would definitely rate it 4 out 4. I tend to avoid science fiction but this was a remarkably well-written book. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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I haven’t had a chance to read this one yet, but it definitely sounds intriguing. It has a lot of great reviews which is nice. It’s not my usual go to genre, but I enjoy discovering new stories whenever I can.
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I have just bought this book on the strength of its reviews. I love the genre and I am really looking forward to reading it.
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Post by Jachike Samuelson »

I haven't read the book yet, but I'm a fan of sci-fi and not so much the YA genre. Still, I'd love to see how the author merges these two together. From the official review of the book though, Adam sounds like a relatable character with enough elements to his predicament to keep things interesting.
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I gave this book a full four stars. What I liked most about the book was the character of Carly. She comes out as a strong female protagonist, somebody who matches Adam without losing her own individuality. What I disliked was the beginning character of Adam. I couldn't understand why he was so angry. Definitely a fun read with lots of action.
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Post by Pearl Hijabi »

I still haven't started reading the book but from the above comments as well as the reviews I get that this book is fabulous. And I think the story has great character development and can keep the readers engaged to the storyline.
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