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    Why was I so uick to judge this man? I must be nervous myself There is a lesson to be learned here We are all alike than we think W

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    The Test by Sylvain Neuvel is this little 100 page weird ass book revolving around a 25 uestion British Citizenship Test Twenty five uestions to decide the main character's fate Twenty five chances to impressIt's fast and edgy and ba

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    375 This novella gave me Black Mirror vibes and if you're looking for something uick and messed up you'll enjoy thisIn a dystopian version of our world to emigrate to the UK individuals have to pass a test It's not exactly the type of test you would expectPersonally the last bit after brought the book down a bit

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    wow this novella is everything right with short stories its such a simple concept but so intelligently executed and probably one of the most interesting stories about human behaviour and psychological profiling i have ever read the subtle sci fi aspect also totally gives 'black mirror' a run for its money its so well thought out and really packs a punchi am thoroughly impressed↠ 4 stars

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    This is harshest stunning riveting thought provoking and mostly infuriating novella that blows your mind As soon as you finish it you start to give blank looks your mind is whirling and you sit still without moving an inch like a bomb just exploded on your mind and you just got paralyzed didn’t know how to function normallyThat’s what this book made me feel likebloginstagramfacebooktwitter

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    This is so messed up I mean that in the best way possible Do you want to read a soft dystopian that has been done before over and over again or something daring captivating and all sorts of terrifying? I love an author who dares because tame stories are not for me I want to be surprised and shocked and thrown into suspense

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    45 stars This story gutted me It will haunt me for a while Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Since I fell in love with Sylvain Neuvel’s Sleeping Giants I’ve been curious to see what he would write next The Test is an excellent novella uite different from THE THEMIS FILES trilogy though some similar th

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    ARC provided by the publisher—Torcom—in exchange for an honest review The Test is simple in concept and smart in executionI’m not a stranger to Neuvel’s work I loved Neuvel’s Themis Files trilogy and I found the last book of that trilogy Only Human to be highly enjoyable due to the philosophical discu

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    I am on my knees I have been here before I have been thrown to the ground and I have felt the tip of their guns on the back of my neck I have been through this and I have survived We will survive All of us In The Test we follow Idir Jalil an Iranian immigrant who's looking to pass the British citizenship test so he and his family can stay in the UK Despite the pressure he's under — because as he uickly let

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    ★★½ 5This was good but not great I really enjoyed some aspects of the story but in general it didn’t make a big impact for me in any case I certainly understand what this short story tried to do but in my opinion th

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Summary ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Sylvain Neuvel

Takes an unexpected and tragic turn Idir is handed the power of life and deathHow do you value a life when all you have is multiple choice. 45 stars This story gutted me It will haunt me for a while Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Since I fell in love with Sylvain Neuvel s Sleeping Giants I ve been curious to see what he would write next The Test is an excellent novella uite different from THE THEMIS FILES trilogy though some similar themes are touched on and there are similarities in the narrative techniueI went into reading The Test totally cold without reading even the blurb just knowing that Neuvel wrote it was good enough for me to plonk down my 399 on the Kindle version and I strongly recommend doing that But if you want a little information about the novella s setting and merits this review does that without I hope spoiling its surprisesIn a near future Great Britain Idir Jalil a dentist who emigrated from Iran is seeking to become a British citizen The final reuirement is to pass the British Citizenship Test which Idir is taking on behalf of himself his wife and their two children who are watching him from a nearby waiting room The entire family will become citizens or will be immediately deported based on whether he passes the test or notIt starts out like most any test with historical and cultural uestions about Great Britain that have uestionable relevance to a person s worthiness to become a naturalized citizen Idir is nervously talking himself through the test What could anyone possibly do with that information It would have come in handy in say 1485 if one were travelling the country Darling perhaps Bosworth Field is not the best spot for a picnic today But then events take a shocking turn and kindhearted Idir finds himself in an unimaginable position where there are no good answers though possibly correct onesThere s nothing I can say no good answer I might die today and I don t know if it was inevitable or if I inched myself into it one small mistake after the other Don t draw attention to yourself That is what they told me It s too late for thatIdir is a sympathetic protagonist thoughtful and caring even in the midst of incredible stress Other parts of the story are from the viewpoint of a young man named Deep a first generation British citizen whose parents are from India Deep is also in a stressful situation though for entirely different reasons but it s intriguing to see how their cultural backgrounds inform the thought processes and values of both Idir and DeepThe British citizenship test is intended to assess a person s values based on the type of ideology that modern society often places a premium on consideration for others helpfulness absence of sexism and racism environmental consciousness The irony is that the government s testing methods and practices contradict these values while paying lip service to them a point that s driven home by the story s epilogue The Test is a uick read at 110 pages and I couldn t put it down It s psychologically complex sobering and disturbing It made me think about how things that initially seem like a good idea can go wrong when there are inadeuate checks and balances and about unintended conseuences Highly recommendedContent notes violence very disturbing situations and uite a few F bombs Dreams of Glass excellent novella uite different from THE THEMIS FILES trilogy though some similar themes are touched on and there are similarities in the narrative techniueI went into reading The Test totally cold without reading Zawieszenie niewiary even the blurb just knowing that Neuvel wrote it was good Healing Sex enough for me to plonk down my 399 on the Kindle version and I strongly recommend doing that But if you want a little information about the novella s setting and merits this review does that without I hope spoiling its surprisesIn a near future Great Britain Idir Jalil a dentist who Spark (Stronger, emigrated from Iran is seeking to become a British citizen The final reuirement is to pass the British Citizenship Test which Idir is taking on behalf of himself his wife and their two children who are watching him from a nearby waiting room The Wonder Woman and Philosophy entire family will become citizens or will be immediately deported based on whether he passes the test or notIt starts out like most any test with historical and cultural uestions about Great Britain that have uestionable relevance to a person s worthiness to become a naturalized citizen Idir is nervously talking himself through the test What could anyone possibly do with that information It would have come in handy in say 1485 if one were travelling the country Darling perhaps Bosworth Field is not the best spot for a picnic today But then Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung events take a shocking turn and kindhearted Idir finds himself in an unimaginable position where there are no good answers though possibly correct onesThere s nothing I can say no good answer I might die today and I don t know if it was inevitable or if I inched myself into it one small mistake after the other Don t draw attention to yourself That is what they told me It s too late for thatIdir is a sympathetic protagonist thoughtful and caring Sponsor. Tom 1 (Sponsor, even in the midst of incredible stress Other parts of the story are from the viewpoint of a young man named Deep a first generation British citizen whose parents are from India Deep is also in a stressful situation though for Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar entirely different reasons but it s intriguing to see how their cultural backgrounds inform the thought processes and values of both Idir and DeepThe British citizenship test is intended to assess a person s values based on the type of ideology that modern society often places a premium on consideration for others helpfulness absence of sexism and racism Absolute Banking English environmental consciousness The irony is that the government s testing methods and practices contradict these values while paying lip service to them a point that s driven home by the story s

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Summary ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Sylvain Neuvel

Ish Citizenship TestHe wants his family to belongTwenty five uestions to determine their fate Twenty five chances to impressWhen the test. This is so messed up I mean that in the best way possible Do you want to read a soft dystopian that has been done before over and over again or something daring captivating and all sorts of terrifying I love an author who dares because tame stories are not for me I want to be surprised and shocked and thrown into suspense instead of gently nudged in one direction or the other This is what the author did to me We all know what citizenship tests are My family immigrated to Canada from Romania so my mom also had to pass a test with all sorts of uestions with answers to be memorized and easily forgotten afterwards Except she did not have to face what Idir does by taking his British Citizenship Test She did not have to make life altering choicesI love that this is a novella Oftentimes I complain and say that I wish something short were longer but here I find that the author has chosen the right amount of pages chapters and information to share to keep us hooked It s thrilling from start to finish and you actually feel like you are reading a story not just words on paper But I do wonder if there is There should be otherwise it s not exactly a satisfying final conclusion I liked the psychological dimension of this story The idea of analyzing and exploring one s morality is something I understood I think we all try to figure out if our friends or significant others are good for us at some point and even uestion our own morality and character when faced with hard decisions especially dilemmas which are an important component of this book Very interesting Well done Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin