Nine

Nine

In an alternate world startlingly close to our own, humans have nine lives?and they can?t wait to burn straight through them. As you shed lives, you shed your awkward phases: one death is equal to one physical and mental upgrade. Julian?s friends are obsessed with the idea of burning lives, but Julian is determined to stay on his first for as long as he can. His mother, the In an alternate world startlingly close to our own, humans have nine lives?and they can?t wait to burn stra...

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Title:Nine
Author:Zach Hines
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:0062567268
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:260 pages pages

Nine Reviews

  • Julie
    May 28, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

  • Tayo
    Sep 05, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

  • Kathy Martin
    Jul 16, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

  • Shera (Book Whispers)
    Aug 29, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

  • MarytheBookLover
    Feb 23, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
    Jul 22, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

  • Jen
    Oct 04, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

    This was an atypical dystopian venture that surprised me by how dark it is considering it's a YA title. The main character is a little linear throughout and predictable, but I found the setting to be interesting. A dark tone prevails the entire book as suicide and murder are promoted u...

    What a strange and unusual book! I do appreciate the ending. It almost fell into my perpetual complaint of the trap of dystopias, that it tried to solve the dystopia, but the ending was quite realistic and in line with all of the characters' desires and goals, and I very much respec...

    Kind of an interesting premise, Nine imagines a world where everyone gets nine lives, and when one "dies," they are instantly reborn in a lake. There's an interesting mystery involved when the main character goes on a quest to discover what the government is hiding about this situation...

  • Pop Bop
    Jan 25, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

  • Lex
    May 31, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

  • Ema
    Oct 01, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

    This was an atypical dystopian venture that surprised me by how dark it is considering it's a YA title. The main character is a little linear throughout and predictable, but I found the setting to be interesting. A dark tone prevails the entire book as suicide and murder are promoted u...

    What a strange and unusual book! I do appreciate the ending. It almost fell into my perpetual complaint of the trap of dystopias, that it tried to solve the dystopia, but the ending was quite realistic and in line with all of the characters' desires and goals, and I very much respec...

  • Kate’s Book Spot
    Aug 02, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

  • Hannah L (Reviewer)
    Apr 27, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    Aug 06, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

  • Anita Eti
    Aug 17, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

  • Kacey
    Oct 16, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

  • Beth
    Sep 01, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

    This was an atypical dystopian venture that surprised me by how dark it is considering it's a YA title. The main character is a little linear throughout and predictable, but I found the setting to be interesting. A dark tone prevails the entire book as suicide and murder are promoted u...

    What a strange and unusual book! I do appreciate the ending. It almost fell into my perpetual complaint of the trap of dystopias, that it tried to solve the dystopia, but the ending was quite realistic and in line with all of the characters' desires and goals, and I very much respec...

    Kind of an interesting premise, Nine imagines a world where everyone gets nine lives, and when one "dies," they are instantly reborn in a lake. There's an interesting mystery involved when the main character goes on a quest to discover what the government is hiding about this situation...

    An eerie, unique novel. The central idea - that humans have been granted nine lives instead of just one - is fascinating and something I've never come across before. However, the writing was confusing. Information was dropped in at random points, I was never quite sure of the rules,...

    Brilliant concept, poor execution. Every human gets nine lives? Sweet. Evil corporation/governing the process of rebirth? Terrifying. Crazy suicide school club? Whoa. So how did this end up being so meh?It starts out very strong and then practically drizzles to the finish. There are...

  • Jonathan
    Sep 26, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

    This was an atypical dystopian venture that surprised me by how dark it is considering it's a YA title. The main character is a little linear throughout and predictable, but I found the setting to be interesting. A dark tone prevails the entire book as suicide and murder are promoted u...

  • Ashley
    Aug 26, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

  • Maude VM
    Sep 02, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

  • Jennifer
    Aug 11, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

  • Alyssa Mead
    Jul 31, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

  • Brittany
    Aug 03, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

  • Alice
    Aug 30, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

  • Tashy
    Mar 21, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

  • Ainslee || Jest and Hearts
    May 21, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

  • Teenreadsdotcom
    Aug 15, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

  • Aoife
    Apr 20, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

    This is definitely one of the better dystopian/alternate timeline books I've read in a while. It's thought-provoking, it is good social commentary, it put me as a reader on-edge, it was uncomfortable, it had a great climax and it focused on many different types of characters. I can't t...

    first line: ?Julian had no idea what it meant to die.? plot: Hundreds of years ago, a fierce storm blew across the world, altering the DNA of the humans who lived on the surface. It wasn?t long before they realized that they now had nine lives -- every death leading up to ...

    3.5-3.75 Have you ever heard that cat's have nine lives? Well what would you do if you lived in a world in which people have nine lives? This is the dilemma Julien faces everyday because he hasn't used up any of his lives, he is still a One, despite the government mandates to exting...

    This book had a really interesting concept, I really enjoyed the premise and the book did not disappoint. Read if you?re in the mood for some YA science fiction that is different from literally everything out there. The world is based on the fact that humans get nine lives and aft...

    How disappointing. Once upon a time dystopia used to be my absolute favourite genre, and that changed largely due to books like this. Just very underwhelming, even moreso when considering the intriguing premise. This book just never took off for me. There was barely any world build...

    I really enjoyed Nine by Zach Hines in the midst of reading many many fantasies. This is more of a dystopian world where everyone has nine lives and the higher your life number, the more high your standing in society is. Each time you die you get regenerated/reborn in a Lake. But somet...

    Overall, Nine was a quick and thrilling read. I'd give it a 2.5. While I sympathized with some of the characters, I wasn't particularly invested in their plight. I felt bad for Julian, being made to burn his lives to help his family, but personality-wise he made for a pretty dull le...

    This was an atypical dystopian venture that surprised me by how dark it is considering it's a YA title. The main character is a little linear throughout and predictable, but I found the setting to be interesting. A dark tone prevails the entire book as suicide and murder are promoted u...

    What a strange and unusual book! I do appreciate the ending. It almost fell into my perpetual complaint of the trap of dystopias, that it tried to solve the dystopia, but the ending was quite realistic and in line with all of the characters' desires and goals, and I very much respec...

    Kind of an interesting premise, Nine imagines a world where everyone gets nine lives, and when one "dies," they are instantly reborn in a lake. There's an interesting mystery involved when the main character goes on a quest to discover what the government is hiding about this situation...

    An eerie, unique novel. The central idea - that humans have been granted nine lives instead of just one - is fascinating and something I've never come across before. However, the writing was confusing. Information was dropped in at random points, I was never quite sure of the rules,...

  • Dominic O.
    Oct 11, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...

    **I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion** "We embrace death, and we make a mockery of it. Death. She is our bitch." Wise words huh? I started reading this YA novel right after I finished the Black Dagger Brotherhood series just to get something fresh...

    A stand alone, Nine asks the question: would we value life if we had nine of them? The answer, heck no. Julian is a One. He hasn't died even once yet, but that comes with the problem of not getting any of the physical advancements that comes with dying. For each death, you get tax b...

    After reading this book, I would recommend it to others who enjoy an unusual and a slightly dark science fiction book. I believe that this book was engaging and interesting, and it kept me hooked. This book is about a world where everyone has nine lives, but the government and soci...

  • Adri266
    Aug 31, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

  • Larosenoire299
    Aug 25, 2018

    My Opinion: I enjoyed this book tremendously. At first I thought this was so strange but, in a good way. The idea is that you have nine lives to burn in this alternate world. Usually, you die in a controlled environment like a clinic. But, there is a group of kids at the high school t...

    Star Rating: Solid 3? I liked it, I didn?t love it. It was kinda just a big MEH for me. But, *shrugs*, to each their own. ...

    Not Just Some YA Conspiracy Thing From the blurbs I figured this would start with an interesting premise and then turn into an "uncover the conspiracy" adventure, with maybe some action and probably a touch of romance. Well, yeah, that's actually all true, but boy did this author do...

    Julian is part of a society where everyone has nine lives. Each time you die, you upgrade in status and perks. However, Julian watched his mother keep upgrading her life count until she became permadead. Each new life cost in terms of senses and mental ability and even in knowing herse...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight This was such a unique topic for a book- the concept of every person having nine lives. It was like cats, but not. But also there were cats involved and I cannot help but w...

    Nine has a very unique premise that I've never come across in a Y.A. novel - in an alternate world almost identical to ours, humans have nine lives. The entire society is structured around burning through lives - in order to get into college, you need to be on at least your 3rd life. T...

    As soon as I read the description of this book I wanted to know more, it had my imagination going crazy so I couldn?t resist jumping straight in! Zach Hines, you had me at the first line - don?t you just love an epic first line! So I was pulled into the storyline straight aw...

    5? Damn that was good!!! Enfin un livre où la fin n?est pas prévisible après 50 pages ?? Ce livre explore des concepts nouveaux which is so refreshing! Love the plot and the MC. Action packed and a bit of a mystery/intrigue ?? 100% would recommend ? 5?? D...

    Meh. Review to come, but I really didn't care for it. So much lost potential and world building. Honestly quiet boring. ...

    In a clever twist on dystopian storytelling, Zach Hines shows us a present day alternative world remarkably similar to our own in his debut novel NINE. Hundreds of years ago, in an Earth of a different dimension, a comet crashed into the planet, altering the atmosphere. When the fal...

    This was so weird but so interesting. The book is full of strange death clubs, government secrets and conspiracies, weird super intelligent cats and cicadas(yes, you read that right!) and rebellion groups. Basically the story is set in an alternate universe where people have nine...

    Po tom, ako kometa narazila do zeme, ludstvo sa zmenilo. Zrazu boli schopni zomriet 9x a vzdy sa cez Jazero zrodit znovu v tom istom veku, ale s dokonalym telom. Avsak, kazde take zomretie ma nejaku tu vrasku /niekto strati schopnost vidiet farby, niekto strati chut, atd/ a postupne sa...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. It was weirdly great. Lol. It is definitely a new concept for me. It delivered, imo. The world building is great, the writing good. The story line, yep. It just a bit descriptive in some parts but some ...

    DNF because I couldn't get into this one ...

    3.5/5 The premise of Nine is better than the execution. I don't like how people have 9 lives turns out to be an experiment. An open ending is not what I want. I don't like how the denouement leave too many unanswered questions. I have a feeling that this book could have had more room ...