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Suzanne lived pretty close to bracode ocean and going to Jones Beach was one of her favorite activities Even today, if she goes too long without seeing the ocean, she starts feeling restless. The book wasn’t bad, but I couldn’t ignore the flaws. Dec 21, Chandler Atkinson rated it liked it.

So I signed inwardly to myself,grabbed the cursed novel and took it home. The government leaves the ones that have imperfections to die, in hopes of all humans having perfect health. These codes can ruin a person’s life, if they have problems such as bipolar disorder or Parkinson’s disease in their family.

AND, other then that, Kayla is annoying as heck. Government tracking, peer pressure, lack of privacy, etc. Psychiatrists have noted, “The patient can become so desperate to have the bar code removed that he or she resorts to an attempt to burn the bar code from his or her skin” Weyn Don’t have an account? Usually you’ll have a build up to a climax but this book is lacking that, rather it has many small disappointing peaks.


And not merely human cloning, but posthuman, transgenic cloning, the mixing of human DNA with that of other species. There are many biologic terms that many may not be able to understand it, but it is mostly simple enough to understand. More and more people are experiencing the effects of barcoding — both positive and negative — and it becomes obvious that Global-1 is hiding something about the tattoos. The book can be split into three parts: Published first published September 1st Although the aspect that disappointed me the most is the love story that Weyn cooked up.

The Bar Code Tattoo (Bar Code, #1) by Suzanne Weyn

I would also like to mention that there was a surprising kind-of paranormal-ish element to the book. Ashley reveals that babies born to parents with undesirable gene sets are quietly being killed while babies born with desirable gene sets are being experimented on to enhance specific abilities.

The writing style was ok, but again with Kayla bzrcode spoiler [ finding a new love interest as soon tatto Mfumbe is gone. And what is in those bar codes? It did not have anything close to a consistent plot and every character was more one dimensional than literally every character ever.

More frustrating than the damsel in distress behavior that I see so much of is suaanne one. What could the third book really even be about, especially when it’s about some chick named Grace a year later in ? The author at the beginning seemed to repeat and reword sentences; almost like a school student trying to get a word count in a book report.


I probably could’ve done without reading this book. Suzanne Weyn’s novel takes place in a scary future society.

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The world of Global1 and their control of the world seems realistic as technology advances. While the wyn is ridiculous and much of its worldbuilding is laughable, it is not the case that it is unrealistic.

Something that I’d already figured out at the very beginning of the story. Jun 10, Marcia rated it it was ok.

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But some people’s lives turn for the worse after receiving them, almost like there is something in the information that is causing them to fail. I’m not planning on reading it. That is what happens to Kayla the day she turned seventeen, she experienced an incident that changed her view of everything she was taught.