Ok, first off, I liked this book. I loved the main character, she was so different from anything I've ever read. She was brave, and tough and she wasn't a whining, soppy Mary Sue.
This is the first dystopia I've read, and I like it. I like the idea of them, and having the world sorted differently than it is today.
But I have to nit pick. There seemed to be many mistakes in this book which could have easily been edited out. Commas, full stops and five 'ands' in a sentence.
But I hope the next one will be better edited, because this is a great idea with fantastic leading characters. For once we don't get treated to moral ethics that are simply boring. Simply... unreal, if you will.
I'll end this review with my favourite quote out of the book. Beatrice has just beaten a girl to a pulp.I wanted to feel guilty. But I didn't.
And that's what I like about this book. The honesty.