I received The Thousandth Floor in exchange for an honest review
This book was the perfect guilty pleasure book for me. Packed with perfect but shallow protagonists and petty, ridiculous dramas, Katharine McGee has weaved a thoroughly addictive, enjoyable tale in The Thousandth Floor.
In McGee’s futuristic New York, the majority of Manhattan has been taken over by a gigantic tower block, one which not only houses apartments but shops, schools, streets and entire communities. The higher the floor, the more wealthy the occupants. Right at the top, on the thousandth floor, is the Fuller family which includes Avery Fuller – a girl who is genetically modified to be perfect, and resents it bitterly. The story follows Avery and a couple of her privileged friends – Eris and Lena – alternating narratives to convey the life of these elite teens. Continue reading