Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Corridor by Robin Parrish (CBR-IV #25)

Cannonball Read IV: Book #25/52
Published: 2011
Pages: ? (ebook)
Genre: Young Adult/Science Fiction

I realized I read this book a few months ago and forgot to write my review, so I apologize if it's a little short and/or vague. I do remember that I LOVED this book though. It follows a teenager named Troy who wakes up to find himself in a contraption called The Corridor. 

He has no idea where he is or how he got there, but he is guided by girl's voice who doesn't know much more than he does. Her job is to get him to keep going forward to the different rooms. Each room is a different color has has a different obstacle Troy needs to overcome in order to move to the next room. For instance, the red room's obstacle is fire. The scenes of Troy going through the obstacles in the rooms were really great, but....

...as much as I loved the premise and the majority of the book, I really didn't like the ending. It was kind of a letdown and I was hoping for something more intriguing. However, I still think the rest of the book was worth reading even with the subpar ending. Just make up your own better ending and enjoy the rest of the book.

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