Reboot [NOOK Book]

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In this fast-paced dystopian thrill ride, perfect for fans of The Hunger Games, Legend, and Divergent, a seventeen-year-old girl returns from death as a Reboot and is trained as an elite crime-fighting soldier . . . until she is given an order she refuses to obey.

Wren Connolly died five years ago, only to Reboot after 178 minutes. Now she is one of the deadliest Reboots around . . . unlike her newest trainee, Callum 22, who is practically still human. As Wren tries to teach ...

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Overview

In this fast-paced dystopian thrill ride, perfect for fans of The Hunger Games, Legend, and Divergent, a seventeen-year-old girl returns from death as a Reboot and is trained as an elite crime-fighting soldier . . . until she is given an order she refuses to obey.

Wren Connolly died five years ago, only to Reboot after 178 minutes. Now she is one of the deadliest Reboots around . . . unlike her newest trainee, Callum 22, who is practically still human. As Wren tries to teach Callum how to be a soldier, his hopeful smile works its way past her defenses. Unfortunately, Callum’s big heart also makes him a liability, and Wren is ordered to eliminate him. To save Callum, Wren will have to risk it all.

Wren’s captivating voice and unlikely romance with Callum will keep readers glued to the page in Amy Tintera’s high-stakes alternate reality.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Tintera's debut covers familiar dystopian territory, but a riveting premise, a romance with substance, and the urgent narrative voice lend it a burst of fresh energy. When Wren was shot in a Texas slum at age 12, the virus she'd been infected with caused her to "Reboot" after 178 minutes. Reboots who have been dead as long as Wren come back strong and often emotionless, and are the best hunters and killers for the government (who offer them no rights or freedoms). When Wren, now 17, begins training Callum, who'd only been dead for 22 minutes, he challenges her beliefs in the rigid order of their society, as well as her own lack of emotion. And when Wren discovers that the weaker Reboots—including Callum and Wren's roommate Ever—are being experimented on, it sets off a desire to escape and to fight the system she's worked for since dying. Tintera occasionally rushes character development—Wren's conversion from borderline sociopath into caring human, in particular—but strong world-building and sweeping action sequences should exert a strong hold on readers. Ages 13–up. Agent: Emmanuelle Morgan, Stonesong. (May)
ALA Booklist
“A fascinating premise, delivered in gory and glorious cinematic detail—and with a healthy dose of romance…The quick pace, familiar yet altered setting, and strong humanitarian message will draw Hunger Games fans.”
Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“The combination of wicked chase scenes, a sweet romance, and a dystopian world make this a welcome recommendation to readers awaiting the final installment to Roth’s DIVERGENT (BCCB 5/11) or the next Hunger Games movie.
Veronica Rossi
“Fast paced and thrilling…I devoured this book!”
Sophie Jordan
“I don’t know what left me more breathless—the breakneck pace or the heart—stopping romance! I loved it!”
Lissa Price
“A bone–breaking heroine fights for her life, her love, and what remains of her humanity in this fresh take on a world gone wrong.”
C. J. Redwine
“Riveting, fast–paced, and full of heart—I simply couldn’t put it down.”
VOYA - Sarah Cofer
Wren 178 is one of the strongest and fastest Reboots. Her number, 178, signifies the number of minutes she was dead before rebooting, or coming back to life. Humans fear the cold and emotionless Reboots who are virtually invincible. The only way to kill a Reboot is to destroy its brain. Wren has been a reboot for five years and serves as an HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation) foot soldier by capturing and killing criminals. Wren is valuable to HARC because as a 178, she appears to be void of feelings, diligently follows orders, and questions nothing. That changes when Callum 22 is among the fresh crop of newbies. Wren surprises everyone when she chooses Callum as her new trainee. In the past, Wren always chose higher number Reboots because they are more powerful and more likely to survive, but Wren is inexplicably drawn to clumsy Callum and his goofy grin. Callum's inquisitive nature and refusal to follow HARC rules allows Wren to finally see HARC through new eyes. After Wren is told that Callum needs to shape up and follow directions or they will force her to eliminate him, she decides the only way to save Callum is to help him escape, but disobeying HARC means death. Tintera's debut dystopian novel is a heart-stopping thrill ride. Adventure, danger, and suspense mashed up with a little romance and the walking dead create a fast-paced and well written suspense novel that will find good company with the Hunger Games crowd. Readers will root for Wren and Callum, and the ending is perfectly set up for a sequel. This is a unique and fresh twist on the ever-popular zombie fiction, but with the dead being both sentient and superhuman. It contains a great message about the importance of making informed decisions and not just going along with the status quo. It contains some violence, though not too descriptive. This one will be popular. Reviewer: Sarah Cofer
School Library Journal
12/01/2013
Gr 7 Up—Wren 178 is a Reboot-one of the lucky (or unlucky) few who rise from the dead following contamination from the virus KDH. The disease kills most people, but the young and strong come back, although they don't come back quite human. After dying five years ago at the age of 12, Wren is now a soldier for HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation). Because she was dead for 178 minutes, the longest time on record, she is stronger and deadlier than all other Reboots in her center, which entitles her to first choice of each new batch of trainees. Generally, she chooses the kids who also have high numbers, but there's just something about Callum that speaks to her. As a 22, he is almost still human. He's slow and fragile, he questions everything, and he cares too much. Although he creeps Wren out, she finds herself becoming attracted to him and wanting to do everything in her power to keep him alive—to the point of disobeying a direct order to eliminate him when he refuses to kill a prisoner. The first half of this novel is engaging as readers are introduced to this dystopian culture, but the second half begins to drag a bit and some readers may lose interest. There is a nice setup for a sequel, but teens may not care by the time they reach that point. Better dystopian novels abound.—Jane Henriksen Baird, Anchorage Public Library, AK
Kirkus Reviews
This compulsively readable science-fiction debut will appeal widely. Seventeen-year-old Wren is one of many young people who, after dying of a widespread virus called KDH, came back to life. Called reboots, they are stronger and more aesthetically refined. They also tend to be more aggressive and less empathic; these traits become more pronounced with each minute spent dead. They are confined to Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation facilities, where they are forced to train as soldiers who carry out the will of their captors. Dead for a record 178 minutes before she reanimated, Wren commands respect and is reasonably satisfied with her second life. But the introduction of a new detainee, Callum, to whom she's inexplicably drawn coincides with her sickening realization that the humans have been experimenting on the lower-numbered reboots with terrifying results, leading her to forge a desperate escape. Though undeniably derivative of so many in the genre, this is a well-imagined story in its own right. Superb concepts and plotting will hook readers from the start, and though Wren echoes the reluctant-heroine trope common to many recent dystopian adventures, she is sympathetic. The tension between Wren and Callum is playful and often sweet, offering plenty to those who appreciate romance. Though the story is neatly resolved, the possibility of a sequel is still tantalizingly possible. (Dystopian adventure. 14 & up)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062217097
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/7/2013
  • Series: Reboot , #1
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 15,507
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • File size: 631 KB

Meet the Author

Amy Tintera grew up in Texas and now lives in Los Angeles, California. She has degrees in journalism and film and can usually be found staring into space, dreaming up ways to make her characters run for their lives.

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  • Posted July 23, 2013

    Reboot by Amy Tintera was a great book! My attention was caught

    Reboot by Amy Tintera was a great book! My attention was caught by the title of the book, as well as the words on front.



                        5 Years Ago, I Died
                              178 Minutes Later, I Woke Up.



    The premise of a reboot sounded quite interesting. I didn't quite know what to expect, but I was thinking it would be similar to a post-apocalyptic video game sort of series. I could not have been more wrong, Reboot at its basest level is somewhat of a zombie story. Not entirely however. Without giving too much detail, Reboot follows the story of Wren-178, how she got this name is explained early. 178 stands for the number of minutes she was ‘dead.’ How did she come back to life you ask? Even this is not explained too much in the book, suffice to say that humans were looking for a scientific ‘fountain of youth’ and it turned out wrong.



    In Reboot we are introduced to the concept of these ‘reborn’ humans as second-class citizens. They are made to stay in barracks and be the enforcers as Reboots are unable to get sick and regenerate. Right away, this book grapples with a lot, similar to Partials, we encounter a demographic oppressed by mankind. The Reboots may look human, but they are not treated that way. Their freedoms are restricted.



    What makes Reboot into a great story is the character development. Wren at the beginning of the book has life in a neat bubble, she eats, sleeps, works, doing the assignments asked of her without hesitation. From her perspective, nothing is wrong with this, all is as it should be, and her actions are helping the greater good for humanity. It's not until we are introduced to Callum-22 that things really begin to change and Wren realizes that there is more to life. Callum teaches her to laugh, to have fun, to realize that she is human, no matter how much she pretends to ignore it.



    If you enjoy stories set in a post-apocalyptic dystopian society you will for certain enjoy Reboot. I found it hard to place down when I started and eagerly anticipate forthcoming books in this series. Tintera wrote well and the story-line was easy to follow, yet also not predictable. For this reason I am giving Reboot 5/5 stars, take the time to read it, you’ll not regret it, and you'll come to love the characters of Wren and Callum. 

    13 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 26, 2013

    Looking for a fast-paced, thrilling ride of a read?   If so, Amy

    Looking for a fast-paced, thrilling ride of a read?   If so, Amy Tintera's Reboot should be your next read!  I know, I know...Zombies?  But wait, not really!  Only if the Zombies of your mind are realistic, teenage, self-healing, lethal soldiers who have so many more dimensions than what you imagine.  That, partnered with exhilarating fight scenes, witty and lovable characters and an evil corporation that is not all it seems; creates this one of a kind novels not to be missed!

    Tintera does a surprisingly awesome job creating a very believable world for Wren and Callum that gives you a front row seat into the action from page one.  She has a visually descriptive way with words that builds this beautifully horrific world and within that world grows something that seems nearly impossible to find, but against all odds, our main characters stumble into each other's lives (or non-lives) and set course for an exhilarating ride!

    I absolutely cannot wait for the next in this exciting series!  A great addition for YA Readers everywhere!

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 7, 2013

    Guys, real talk: this book is too good. I am reduced to one and

    Guys, real talk: this book is too good. I am reduced to one and two word sentences after reading this book. 
    -Badass-Romantic-Thrilling-Fast-paced-Sexy-Callum so sexy-Want Callum -So bad
    It’s hard to understand how one book could be this amazing. I loved every single minute of my life while reading REBOOT. Do yourself a favor and read this book. You'll thank me later. 

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2013

    Loved it!

    For some reason the title didn't clue me in that the book is essentially about zombies, although they are referred to as Reboots. But it is so well written and the background is so well explained it makes it very relateable and believable. If you like sci fi or even just a general good read this book is a must! Bravo Amy Tintera! Write me another.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2014

    Best Ever

    I hate reading but my teacher recomeded this book to me and i loved it. I read it twice and never lost intrest, ever. This is a one of a kind book and i cant read till i get to read the next one "Rebell". If u love action and are intrested in a little love story of to people escaping to geather, their is no better book then this heart stopping thriller. I recomeded this book with five stars and two thumbs up. Escape into this book as Wren and Calluim escape their nightmare. You will not be disapointed.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2013

    Excellant!

    I am 55 & a sci fi fan. Great book. Highly recommend.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2013

    Good book..

    Good book. I am actually surprised by how good it was. the book offers something new to the table. The plot is set in the future and the book brings a new idea to the sideffects of a disease gone wrong. It was fast paced and the characters are surprisingly relateable. I felt as if the book ended too abruptly and would like to know more about what happened. I am hoping there will be a sequel!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Hope there is a sequel!

    Enjoyed every second! Left me wanting more!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2013

    INCREDIBLE

    This story is extremely unique and interesting. Theres nonstop suspense and the relationship between the two main characters is beautiful. Love love love love this book. Highly recommend. Must read.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 15, 2013

    Reboot is defentely one of my new favorite Dystopia Books! I wa

    Reboot is defentely one of my new favorite Dystopia Books!

    I was hooked from the first page to the last! When it was over I wanted more of Reboot, and the world that Amy Tintera has created!



    The writing was captivating, and this being this authors first published book was very surprising because of how well it was written! It blew me away! The plot was amazing, had me staying up late, glued to the pages, & craving more!

    The world building was very unique, but at the same time had a similar feel to Divergent. But it was nothing like Divergent, their was just certain parts that had me comparing it to Divergent, or reminded me of it! But, really it was totally different!

    The author defentely takes a unique way on the whole Zombie/Vampire rising from the dead type thing! I LOVED IT! Usually we read about the mindless, flesh-craving, monsters, that only want to eat you from the inside out! But Amy, the amazing author has found a way to have both! We have a couple of the mindless zombies running around sometimes, but they are induced and controlled with medicine ( I don't want to say more b/c I would spoil it). Then we have the Reboot, the person that rises from the dead, but can think and function, just with little or no emotion. The longer the Reboot was dead, the less humanity they have! But their stronger, faster, and can take pretty much as many bullets as you can throw at them! Well, as long as their not shot in the head, then their dead for good this time! They reminded me more of Vampires, then of Zombies, just without the whole needing to suck you dry type thing. They do need human food to keep up their energy, if not they become weak, and pretty much useless until they get food.


    When the dead started to rising, the humans bound together to form an army to fight the dead that rose. The Reboots were way outnumbered, so they lost the war with the humans. With the humans now in power, and the Reboots under their control, they decided that the Reboots were better use to them alive then dead! So instead of killing all the Reboots, they decided to allow them to live, in exchange for the Reboots to do all their dirty work! The Reboots are pretty much slaves to the humans. The HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation) is the ones that have control over them. They ONLY allow kids/teenagers to Reboot. All the adults get bullet in the head! They say the kids are easier to brainwash & control.

    The Reboots are forced to go out into the streets, with tracking devices that are inserted somewhere in their body that is unknown to them, with armed guards at their side, incase they decide to make a run for it or get out of line. Their job is to find, capture, or kill criminals, or other Reboots that have managed to escape, and/or sick humans that might further spread the virus or Reboot when they died!

    The Plot

    When the book starts off, were thrown into a fast paced-action scene that had me on the edge of my seat!

    Wren is 178, the longest person to stay dead before rising again! She was dead for 178 minutes, they say she is the most deadly for that. She's strong, fast, well-trained and willing to kill anyone the HARC ask, without questions. But most of all, she NEVER fails her assignments to kill or capture! She is the perfect solider! That is until the newbies arrive, and Wren decides to train a 22. A new Reboot that was only dead for 22 minutes, and that's nothing to Wren's 1 7 8. He's still practically human, with most, if not ALL his human emotions, and is physically not up to Reboot status! Wren's defentely got her work cut out for her in training this 22, that is until she starts to develop these weird things that she's never felt, and can't explain. She wants to smile and laugh when she's around this boy, then she stats to feel this knot in her stomach when she beats the crap out of him. What's that called, oh, right, guilt! Something Wren has never felt before, and doesn't understand why this newbie makes her feel things she's never felt!

    But she just might like it!


    After that it's non-stop action and adventure, as Wren 178 and Caullm 22, discover who they are, and what their capable of. But most important, they just found something worth fighting for, each other!

    Wren & Callum will have to fight not only their freedom but their lives too! Times running out, and if the don't get out of the prison soon they both might not make it out alive!

    This was BRILLIANTLY done, and I was really surprised something like this was not wrote sooner! I LOVED every minute of this book, and was sad to see it end. And having to wait a whole another year for the second book will be torture, that I don't know how I'm going to live through! If you haven't read this book yet, then you need too, because your really missing out!

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 1, 2013

    A new and interesting plot and story.

    A good plot that doesn't get too engrossed in one of the subtler aspects of the development of "once-human" emotional responses. An interesting carry-over of the fact that elements of the human nervous system can repair over time.

    "Good" and "evil" are not clearly defined and only subtly form an ambivalent thread under the story line.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2013

    Was on the edge of my seat...

    This book was a page turner, and though it is found in the teen section can be enjoyed by adults also.
    The characters were well written and likable, and the progression of the plot made the book go very quickly.
    I hope to see more adventures of Wren, Callum, and the rest of the Reboots!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2013

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    Fantastic book! Well done, fast paced, great characters - a grea

    Fantastic book! Well done, fast paced, great characters - a great read for teens and adults alike. I can't wait for the sequel...

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 17, 2013

    Title: Reboot   Author: Amy Tintera   Genre: YA sci-fi/ dystopia

    Title: Reboot
     
    Author: Amy Tintera
     
    Genre: YA sci-fi/ dystopian
     
    Review: 

    I was hooked from the start. Literally. This action packed thriller starts off smack dab in the middle of a chase. Here's the first few
    sentences of chapter one: "They always screamed. My assignment wailed as she slipped in the mud, whipping her head around to see
     if I was gaining on her. I was."

    From the book blurb and opening lines, I was expecting a fast paced adventure--and I wasn't disappointed. I finished the novel in one
    day. I haven't read such an intense YA dystopian/sci-fi in a loonnggg time. 

    The idea of Reboots in Reboot was fresh--at least it was to me. Reboots are basically humans that come back to life after they die from
    a virus. Not all humans come back as Reboots, but those who do are stronger, faster, and more emotionless. The longer it takes for a
    person to reboot, the less emotions and more powerful (physically) they become.  I know this kind of sounds like a zombie-story concept,
     but trust me, that's not how it is. (Though I admit I don't really read zombie books.)

    Wren Conolly--better known as Wren 178--is the most famous Reboot. She died 5 years ago and rebooted 178 minutes later. No one
    has ever taken as long as she did to reboot. She has no feelings. She's also HARC property. HARC stands for Human Advancement
     and Repopulation Corporation. She helps HARC hunt down criminals and obeys all their orders without a question.

    But her life is quickly thrown into a twist when she takes up the task of training Callum Reyes to be a soldier for HARC. Callum  is a
     reboot of a mere 22 minutes. To Wren, he's no better than a human. He acts like a human at any rate. But spending time with Callum
     makes Wren realize that maybe just maybe, she is still capable of feeling emotions. And that maybe HARC is hiding a dirty secret from
     the world.

    As I mentioned before, the novel takes you along at a fast pace. The prose is short and snappy, which suits the theme. Tintera keeps
    most of her sentence short-medium length. She also doesn't write any more than what is needed. There is a considerable amount of
    dialogue, but none of them are "fluff". The conversations the characters have help move the story forward either by progressing the plot
    or allowing you to build deeper connections with the characters.

    There was some sweet romance in Reboot, but nothing serious (probably because Wren is still figuring out how feelings/emotions
    work). There's just enough romance to keep romance fanatics happy, but not too much for those who don't like the mushy/gushy stuff.

    There was also this one really powerful/well-written scene that legit almost made me cry. ***spoiler alert*** When Cullum and Wren
    run away from HARC, Cullum convinces Wren to let him meet his parents. Cullum hasn't met his parents ever since he rebooted. Wren
    doesn't think it's a good idea because most people treat reboots like they're monsters. But Cullum insists that his parents would love to
     see him and he really believes they do. When they do find his parents though, they shut him out despite the fact they went great lengths
     to locate them. That scene was just so heart breaking!!!  The author really does a good build up of Cullum's relationship with his parents
     I started to believe that they would be over joyed to have their son back...

    Read this book if: you are looking for an on-the-edge-of-your-seat read

    Likes:
            *snappy sentences
            *fast paced plot
            *romance was just the right amount
            *interesting/new concepts about people coming back from the dead but are NOT zombies/ghosts/vampires/werewolves


    Dislikes:
            *I felt that the whole "government is bad" thing is a little but cliche--but isn't that basically part of every dystopian novel? So I guess I can't really complain here
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2014

    Weaird but good

    I cant spell

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2014

    Awsome

    I love this book!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2014

    Wow

    This book was free at one point now its $10! >: (

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2014

    Great

    This book is great to read if you like action books! Id recommend it. 5 stars!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2014

    Very good!

    An excellent story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2014

    good read

    Good read with interesting characters

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