A future where everything is determined for you. What job you will do, what you eat, how you spend your leisure time, who you will marry, when you will die.
I can't remember the last time that a book depressed me so much.
It was all so vague - "The Society" that runs it all, everyone with their coloured pills, 100 poems, or songs that were chosen - because you can't keep everything (why - what the hell happened - how did they get to that point), it got to a point where I just didn't care what happened. It was all so limp wristed.
I don't care if it was all an experiment with Ky, Cassia and Xander - I don't care who she ends up with.
This is one of the few times where I won't be carrying on with the series. There are much better ways to spend my time. Now, where did I put [b:Loyalty in Death|268598|Loyalty in Death (In Death, #9)|J.D. Robb|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1305098754s/268598.jpg|260380]?