The Geneva Project - Truth review by ykhalfi
The Geneva Project - Truth (Volume 1)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Waterbury, CT, United States
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THE GENEVA PROJECT

The book starts with a girl in the Troian Center called Jane #65. This is because in the Troian Center a girl is Jane with a number while a boy is John and a number.

I found the story slow at the start but it soon picks up.  It is about a girl who learns who she really is and what she can do. I think it’s an amazing story.

Jane #65 meets new people who show her new things and help her get through her struggle. She learns that she has powers that frighten her at first but help her later on. She meets the following people: Remi her best friend; Nova who shows her she has powers; Sparrow who is a light hearted person; Jemma, her “worst enemy” and finally Journey who does not speak a lot but understands a great deal.

Jane #65 wondered who she was and as the book develops she learns that there is much more to her life and that there is always hope. In this book I found the story gets more interesting every minute and it is a good story to get involved in. 

I believe the story is destined to become a bestseller that could compete with The Hunger Games. My favorite part of the book is when she finally learns about her powers by opening a book called The Book of Secrets that leads her to answers you won’t believe. Does she find what she’s looking for? I don’t want to spoil it for you, but it’s worth the read.


 

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I found this book really good to read. It seems unfinished and that there should be a sequel..

It's so good it is destined to become a best-seller.

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

There is some questionable material about the nature of Geneva and Nova's relationship.
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