Immoral Code MOBI Á Hardcover

Immoral Code MOBI Á Hardcover
    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free very real Olympic hopes And Bellamy Physics genius Bellamy is admitted to MIT but the student loan she d been counting on is denied when it turns out her estranged father one Robert Foster is loadedNari isn t about to let her friend s dreams be squashed by a deadbeat billionaire, so she hatches a plan to steal just enough from Foster to allow Bellamy to achieve her goals."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 310 pages
  • Immoral Code
  • Lillian Clark
  • 02 March 2019
  • 0525580476

Immoral Code❴PDF❵ ✩ Immoral Code Author Lillian Clark – Essayreview.co.uk For Nari, aka Narioka Diane, aka hacker digital alter ego dls, it s college and then a career at one of the big ones, like Google or Apple Keagan, her sweet, sensitive boyfriend, is happy to follow he For Nari, aka Narioka Diane, aka hacker digital alter ego dls, it s college and then a career at one of the big ones, like Google or Apple Keagan, her sweet, sensitive boyfriend, is happy to follow her wherever she may lead Reese is an ace aro visual artist with plans to travel the world Santiago is off to Stanford on a diving scholarship, with very real Olympic hopes And Bellamy Physics genius Bellamy is admitted to MIT but the student loan she d been counting on is denied when it turns out her estranged father one Robert Foster is loadedNari isn t about to let her friend s dreams be squashed by a deadbeat billionaire, so she hatches a plan to steal just enough from Foster to allow Bellamy to achieve her goals.


About the Author: Lillian Clark

Lillian Clark, a graduate of the University of Wyoming, grew up riding horses, climbing trees, and going on grand imaginary adventures in the small town West She s worked as a lifeguard, a camp counselor, and a Zamboni driver, but found her eternal love working as a bookseller at an independent bookstore Now living in Teton Valley, Idaho with her husband, son, and two giant dogs, she spends her time reading almost anything and writing books for teens.


10 thoughts on “Immoral Code

  1. says:

    I read a lot of YA books, but I must admit, reading Lillian Clark s new book, Immoral Code , was the first time I felt old reading this genre There are certainly universal themes of friendship, loyalty, and love, but perhaps because the book deals with a lot of technological stuff, some of the lingo used went over my head It s embarrassing to admit I d never heard the term ace aro to describe someone who is asexual and aromantic I know what these words mean, but I wasn t familiar with th I read a lot of YA books, but I must admit, reading Lillian Clark s new book, Immoral Code , was the first time I felt old reading this genre There are certainly universal themes of friendship, loyalty, and love, but perhaps because the book deals with a lot of technological stuff, some of the lingo used went over my head It s embarrassing to admit I d never heard the term ace aro to describe someone who is asexual and aromantic I know what these words mean, but I wasn t familiar with the abbreviation Sigh Nari, Bellamy, Keagan, Santiago, and Reese are a group of five friends on the cusp of high school graduation Nari is a hacker who wants a career at a major technology company after college Her boyfriend, Keagan, just wants to be with her and doesn t have many ambitions beyond that Reese is a talented visual artist who is fierce and fiercely independent Santiago, despite his parents objections, is headed to Stanford on a diving scholarship and hopefully the Olympics Bellamy is absolutely brilliant, and she dreams of going to MIT.There s just one hitch in Bells plan Her financial genius father, whom she has never met, makes so much money that he s negated any possibility of her getting the financial aid she needs to attend MIT As part of the agreement between him and her mother, he only provides a minimal amount of child support each month, so she s not even allowed to ask him for help How could her dreams be dashed so badly by someone who has never been a part of her life except her conception Nari is outraged by her friend s situation and decides there s only one way to solve the problem since Bells father makes so much money, he probably wouldn t notice if a tiny bit was missing, right Nari plans to hack into his bank accounts and skim just a little off the top of every million dollars he makes, until she accrues enough to pay Bells tuition Seems like an easy plan, right Of course, not everyone is a fan of the idea, given it s a crime that could land them all in jail But why should a man who has never cared one iota for Bells ruin her dreams and her chance for an incredible future When hacking from a distance doesn t seem to be working, the quintet plans a road trip to hack into his computer in person It s the ultimate rob the rich, give to the poor scheme.Despite making me feel a bit curmudgeon like, this book was a fun ride I really liked the characters and the way they interacted with each other While the subject matter of the book was super technical in parts, I didn t feel like the characters were overly sophisticated or too erudite for their own good these were, for the most part, highly intelligent teenagers jousting with the verbal swordplay you d expect from kids like this.The book shifts narration among all five characters, which did get a little distracting at times It was helpful to hear how each perceived the events of the book, particularly Nari s scheme, but often the voices seemedsimilar than the characters did, so I had to go back and remind myself whose chapter this was Beyond that, though, Clark s voice is a fresh one, and this take on a heist story was enjoyable.NetGalley, Random House Children s, and Knopf Books for Young Readers provided me an advance copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased review Thanks for making this available See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria.blogspot.com.Check out my list of the best books I read in 2018 at You can follow me on Instagram at

  2. says:

    Immoral Code by Lillian Clark is a young adult contemporary that follows a group of five friends Each of the group have a voice in the story as they come together to try to help one solve their problem of getting to college.Nari is the hacker of the group and as you may guess plays a big part of the story, Keagan is Nari s boyfriend, Reese has plans to travel the world, Santiago a champion diver having secured a scholarship to Stanford and then there s Bellamy who s dream has always been going Immoral Code by Lillian Clark is a young adult contemporary that follows a group of five friends Each of the group have a voice in the story as they come together to try to help one solve their problem of getting to college.Nari is the hacker of the group and as you may guess plays a big part of the story, Keagan is Nari s boyfriend, Reese has plans to travel the world, Santiago a champion diver having secured a scholarship to Stanford and then there s Bellamy who s dream has always been going to MIT.Bellamy had gotten the news of an acceptance into MIT and couldn t have been happier, that is until finding out money was going to be a problem Having planned on financial aid and getting turned down there s no way Bellamy being raised by a single mother can pay for the school Bellamy s father however is a billionaire who signed her away years before and since his wealth is keeping the MIT dream out of reach why not hack away a few thousand, she deserves it, right I actually rather enjoyed the story in Immoral Code, I mean who can t help but feel for the teen who knows who their father is but he wasn t man enough to be in her life The thing that kept me from really loving this one was when switching between each character s voice I would often forget who it was Each should haveof a personality instead of blending together to me In the end I would give this one 3.5 stars, still a fun read but perhaps a bit bland on character development.I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.Forreviews please visit

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    Are you ready for characters that are flesh and blood, honest to goodness teens on a mission to prove that nothing is impossible if you care enough How far would you go to help a friend who has been let down about one of the most important things in their lives Do you have the confidence of youth to outsmart a successful corporate mogul Could you hack your way into the financial funds of a wealthy and seemingly uncaring absentee father to provide his child with a well deserved college educati Are you ready for characters that are flesh and blood, honest to goodness teens on a mission to prove that nothing is impossible if you care enough How far would you go to help a friend who has been let down about one of the most important things in their lives Do you have the confidence of youth to outsmart a successful corporate mogul Could you hack your way into the financial funds of a wealthy and seemingly uncaring absentee father to provide his child with a well deserved college education IMMORAL CODE by Lillian Clark is an adventure of a lifetime for a small group of friends determined to help one of their own fulfill a well deserved dream Get ready to melt into the world of teens, see the problem through their eyes and plunge right in, right or wrong, because the ends justify the means in their book Be part of the planning, the execution and the results of a cleverly brilliant, yet highly illegal game of computer Robin Hood.Witty banter, teen reasoning and the struggle against the dilemma they are putting themselves in, doing the wrong thing for the right reason, consequences be damned, because how could they get caught Quick reading, that races along, fabulous characters withheart than brains sometimes, and there are some pretty big brains involved in this little caper Absolutely loved this one I received a complimentary ARC edition from Random House Children s Books Publisher Knopf Books for Young Readers February 19, 2019 Publication Date February 19, 2019Genre YAPrint Length 320 pagesAvailable fromBarnes NobleFor Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow

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    Actual rating 4.5 starsCW bullying, aphobia I received an earc of this book from the publisher in exchange of an honest reviewOriginal review posted on my blog Word Wonders Hello, what do you do when you read a book and love the cast of characters so much you want to adopt them and would die for their safety and happiness Because That s me With this book Immoral Code has been on my radar for a while because 1 Contemporary teen heist book and 2 One of the MCs is aroace So when Actual rating 4.5 starsCW bullying, aphobia I received an earc of this book from the publisher in exchange of an honest reviewOriginal review posted on my blog Word Wonders Hello, what do you do when you read a book and love the cast of characters so much you want to adopt them and would die for their safety and happiness Because That s me With this book Immoral Code has been on my radar for a while because 1 Contemporary teen heist book and 2 One of the MCs is aroace So when I got the chance to review it, I jumped on it and started reading right away and it did NOT disappoint.The writing is just like I absolutely love it to be, it s fun, engaging, with EXTREMELY distinct narrative voices, every main character got their quirks and peculiarities that made them stand out from the rest, which is a necessity when you have five different point of views that all have equal importance It s also smooth in switching between action scene narration style and beautiful prose when it s exploring feelings and emotions and that s something I really appreciate in a book It also genuinely felt like being inside teenagers heads with a lot of inner ramblings and thought processes getting sidetracked at times, which I really enjoyed.The book starts when Bellamy, one of our five main characters gets denied for financial aid to attend MIT because of her super uber wealthy estranged father Only trouble is, Bellamy is poor and definitely can t afford MIT without it, and said father is estranged to the point where she s never seen him, talked to him, and is NOT paying for college Enter, Narioka Nari, for short , hacker extraordinaire and Bellamy s best friend, who proposes they steal the money she s owed from her father s company bank accounts Heist and complications ensue.The one criticism I have for this book is that I wish there wasof the heist I didn t mind that much I mean I still rated it 4.5 stars since I adored the characters, but I just wantedabout the heist itself and ain depth, detailed, view into the logistics of it all That being said, the heist itself GAVE ME HEART PALPITATIONS These teenagers are such brave, amazing, smart fools And my heart is so full of love for them that I could NOT handle them being in a precarious situation like that Other than that, I wouldn t really call this book fast paced , it has a good pace, but it s very much character oriented.The fact that this book centers a heist in a contemporary setting, committed but people who cannot be farther away from criminals, gave way for a discussion of right, wrong and morality And through having multiple main characters who are very different individuals we got to see very different takes on the issue as well as those views sometimes clashing and sometimes meeting in the middle for a compromise From the WHAT WE RE DOING IS WRONG, PLAIN WRONG take to the Bellamy is owed this take, including the Yes it s wrong, but wrong thing for the right reasons take and that was extremely interesting to read.My favorite thing about the book is the characters, hands down, no questions asked Immoral Code gets you to care so very deeply and so very fast about each one of them I found myself rooting for them and wanting to knowabout them a couple chapters into the book And theI learned, theI loved them andI wanted to know about them And I genuinely cannot pick a favorite, which is something that s never happened to me, I always have a soft spot for one character in big casts like this, but NOPE, not this time.First up, we have Nari, Japanese American hacktivist, coding genius, and style icon She exudes so much confidence and her presence is just so loud and eclipsing, it s not only something we re told from other characters POVs about also something that just translated through the pages from her perspective She s a natural leader, loud, sassy and very protective of her friends, especially Bellamy, who s been her best friend since second grade So much confidence can also make her arrogant at times which she can bite her fingers over later on Next is Keagan, Nari s boyfriend and your local Soft Boy He s sensitive, caring, and the definition of a good person and their moral compass throughout the mission I sincerely believe that they would have gone much farther in their heist if he wasn t there to pull back a little every time He s also the only one of the group who has no big dreams and no clear idea of what he wants from his life after high school, which he s quite content with, until he s not He starts feeling insecure, especially with having friends with such big dreams and I loved that there was a discussion around this and it was normalized, because teenagers are under so much pressure to have everything figured out at eighteen when they re barely starting out on life So the fact that this book says Yes that s cool and all, but not having a clue what you want is cool too is a huge win for me.Then we have Bellamy, physics genius, aspiring astronaut and the heart of the mission She s somewhat of a shy girl with a heart of gold, she just doesn t want to inconvenience anyone so she just sort of just goes with the flow I also loved how much of a well of informations she was, she just has fun facts about anything and everything Next up we have Santiago, Mexican American swimmer boy whose biggest dream is to make it into the Olympics, a dream that s met with some push back from his parents who want him to focus on school to secure himself a good stable future, which diving doesn t guarantee He s funny and kind of the bomb diffuser of the group, whenever there s some tension, he s the one doing the most to get it under control.Last but not least, Reese my aroace queen She has such a I don t give a cent about your opinion attitude and vibe about her because caring about what people think gives them power over you and she is NOT here for that Her policy is ignorance and she also does not like to meddle in people s business, even when said people are her best friends, as long as their business makes them happy, that s all she cares about, she doesn t need the details of it all especially when it comes to romance She s so utterly comfortable with who she is I adored that her aroace ness was never an issue or source of conflict for her, and I adore the discussion around it I loved every single relationship in this The group friendship was great, no one was ever left out of made to feel like a dead weight especially with there being two couples ish Reese and the way they cared about each other just felt so real and genuine, they had all kinds of conversations ranging from silly to deep at 3 in the morning I also appreciated that there was care put not only into the group friendship but into every individual friendship as well.And can we talk about the romances Nari and Keagan s relationship sturdiness and their complete fate for their love in each other and their future together warmed my heart Even when they fight and disagree, they never thought things wouldn t work out and that made me so emotional cries And in contrast, we had Bellamy and Santiago, for whom everything is new after so long being friends, the tentativeness of it all was so soft and the way Santiago talked about her as if she hang the moon was CUTE I just loved it all And I liked that the author showedthan one example of what it s like to be in a relationship in high school.Immoral Code is so nerdy and science oriented, it made my little nerdy heart happy And that ending was an EMOTIONAL rollercoaster while still being immensely satisfying I just clenches fist LOVE THIS SO MUCH, and the rep that I got through Reese meant the world to my aromantic heart

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    The premise of this one grabbed me at once five high school seniors plan a heist, to get money for one of their number to go to college.The book is short on action and heavy on teen dialogue, which might make it a strong plus for its intended readership The narrative style is broken into chapters from each of the five characters POVs The kids come across as extremely intelligent the three girls chapters came alive for methan the two boys chapters Overall there was a sameness to the The premise of this one grabbed me at once five high school seniors plan a heist, to get money for one of their number to go to college.The book is short on action and heavy on teen dialogue, which might make it a strong plus for its intended readership The narrative style is broken into chapters from each of the five characters POVs The kids come across as extremely intelligent the three girls chapters came alive for methan the two boys chapters Overall there was a sameness to the intense, clever talkiness to the prose, but then tight teen friendship circles can talk like each other, so I figured, fair cop.Within their chapters, we learn that each teen has different issues, or a different perspective there is diversity here, and one teen has moral qualms about the heist, but as teens will do is reluctant to speak I thought Clark did an excellent job with the emotional rollercoaster of senior year, and how even smart teens cannot see all the consequences of their actions, as their worlds are still revolving around them Also in navigating the pitfalls of friendship, relationship, and communication.Altogether a clever, absorbing read, if not exactly action packed overall.Copy provided by NetGalley

  6. says:

    This is about organized teenage crime, so I m declaring it the 2019 YA contemporary version of Six of Crows and begging the bookgods for a modern American Kaz.

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    Update 1 Wow Wow Wow And Wow Okay First of all, you re going to love this Honestly Clark wrote a book filled with such real, vibrant, complex characters, that I m looking around my living room wondering where they are These distinct brilliant characters wriggle through the nuances of a moral dilemma while battling their own inner demons, and you, reader, get to go through the deliberations with them Twenty out of twenty would recommend to their friends.Update 2 Seriously, y all need Update 1 Wow Wow Wow And Wow Okay First of all, you re going to love this Honestly Clark wrote a book filled with such real, vibrant, complex characters, that I m looking around my living room wondering where they are These distinct brilliant characters wriggle through the nuances of a moral dilemma while battling their own inner demons, and you, reader, get to go through the deliberations with them Twenty out of twenty would recommend to their friends.Update 2 Seriously, y all need to pick up a copy of this amazing Robin Hood with a twist story Ahh I loved it

  8. says:

    4.5 starsThe aro ace rep is everything I could want from it and

  9. says:

    4 starsI read the first 100 pages of this book when I had a few spare minutes to actually pick something up to read And then, I read another 50 pages and fell asleep somewhere in that area not the book s fault I was really tired So take what I saw with a grain of salt, because I know that I didn t give this book my all, unfortunately I ve been so excited for Immoral Code for months now, and I feel bad that I didn t give this my 100% while reading So the first half was definitely meh for 4 starsI read the first 100 pages of this book when I had a few spare minutes to actually pick something up to read And then, I read another 50 pages and fell asleep somewhere in that area not the book s fault I was really tired So take what I saw with a grain of salt, because I know that I didn t give this book my all, unfortunately I ve been so excited for Immoral Code for months now, and I feel bad that I didn t give this my 100% while reading So the first half was definitely meh for me, but I do think that should be attributed to my flaky reading schedule vs the actual book I did commit to the last half of this book by sitting down for a couple of hours when I wasn t tired, and reading it , and I actually really enjoyed it There was one scene that is really clear in my mind that acted as the turning point for when I went from meh to ahhh, this is good stuff Mainly, the verbal fight scene when we really got to see the characters clash was the turning point for me.In the beginning, I was undecided on the characterson that later But this specific scene, highlighting some of the underlying tensions within their friend group ended up being really enjoyable to me, and I think Clark just wrote this scene really really well The character tensions were really nice and well written, and Keagan s especially in the way it contrasted and pushed back against the other characters was one of my favorite parts of this book This might seem like a pretty sci fi book, but it s actuallycontemporary feat a little hacker heist instead of ascience fiction type novel.So don t expect too much sweeping science and crazy technology, because this wasof a contemporary friendship friend group book vs a science fictiony heist Which I actually didn t mind What made me dock the star was ultimately that I didn t click with the characters, for a couple of reasons and none of which I think were too correlated with my sloppy reading First off, the first couple chapters felt reallyinfo dumpy It felt like the characters were all monologuing about themselves and their friends etc., and it was kind of awkward Although, this might have been a good thing because I actually remember all the characters names, which is really rare for me But I didn t like how the first few chapters kind of dumped all that info about the people on us.And then, my other issue is that their personalities and friendship felt a little forced Sometimes it was just hard to follow because of how crazy and quick their friendship is in the way that they change topics really fast They have inside jokes and games and I feel like some of these things were never really explained or executed with the reader in mind, but were rather just there and we were expected to know them The good side of all of this is that the characters do have unique voices vs other characters in YA, although some of them did feel a little over the top quirky Mainly, Bellamy and Reese who had a sciencey and color thing going on, respectively There s a lot of positives and negatives with the characters and I think it largely depends on who is reading So definitely check out an excerpt or something to see if you agree with their voices, because if you don t like their voices, you won t like this book very much Overall, this wasn t a bad book Honestly, I think Clark did a very decent job of it, and I adored the last half I think there s a lot of gray area of whether someone will like it or not because a lot of it hinges on how much you click with the voices Clark wrote into the story So, I d definitely recommend Immoral Code to anyone who enjoys the excerpt or thinks a contemporary feat hacking sounds interesting Thank you so much to Lillian Clark and the Class of 2k19 books for hosting this giveaway and sending me an ARC Blog Instagram Twitter

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    I quit Immoral Code at the 60% mark, but I m adding my write up to Goodreads, since I don t see any other ace reviewers discussing this book I love heist stories, and this follows five teenagers who are planning a heist to take seventy thousand from their friend s estranged father He s never even met her, but his massive fortune means she was denied financial aid and wouldn t otherwise be able to attend MIT I thought the concept sounded really fun, and Immoral Code has the added bonus of inc I quit Immoral Code at the 60% mark, but I m adding my write up to Goodreads, since I don t see any other ace reviewers discussing this book I love heist stories, and this follows five teenagers who are planning a heist to take seventy thousand from their friend s estranged father He s never even met her, but his massive fortune means she was denied financial aid and wouldn t otherwise be able to attend MIT I thought the concept sounded really fun, and Immoral Code has the added bonus of including an aroace protagonist, Reese, one of the five I reached 60% before I decided to quit Here s the main problem all five members of the heist crew have their own first person POV sections, and their voices are almost completely indistinguishable I constantly was having to flip back to the name at the start of the chapter to remember whose head I was in Plus, the narration style is very rambly and not in a way that was working for me The heist elements also weren t super prominent in the part I read, which wasconcerned about the group dynamics which would have worked better if I caredabout the characters.I m breaking my pattern of one paragraph per DNFs to goin depth on the aroace representation in Immoral Code, since I haven t seen much about it beyond that it s there I m asexual and on the aromantic spectrum, and some things about Reese felt off to me Firstly, the ARC calls her acearo , which I ve never heard before I ve only ever heard aroace Maybe acearo is used mostly in another country or in some specific corner of the aromantic and asexual communities There s also a use of an extended food metaphor to explain asexuality and aromanticism AKA, some people don t like chocolate and that s okay If you are on the aro or ace spectrum, you ve likely heard this metaphor before, so it me feel like the whole thing was included for non ace and non aro people Which is fine More people knowing aromanticism and asexuality would make my life easier, but it also kind of made me feel that I wasn t the target for Reese s character.Then there s Reese s friend group It just felt so weird that Reese was the only queer person in the friend group Out of my close friends from high school, pretty much all of us had come out by the end of our first year of college Immoral Code does briefly show that Reese has at least one other queer friend, so it s not like Reese is completely isolated But it also felt weird that all her straight friends knew so much about asexuality and aromanticism, particularly the in community stuff Reese s friends joke about her being a space ace and at one point use the word allo which means non asexual or non aromantic This is the sort of stuff I d normally only see from other ace or aro people I ve never had even my allo queer friends use the word allo or reference asexual community puns Legit, the one time I ve had the word allo used around me was when an ace exclusionist AKA queer people who don t think ace people qualify as queer told me that the word allo was problematic It s perfectly possible that other ace and aro people have had friendslike Reese s, and I don t want to reject the representation that Immoral Code is offering just because it doesn t fit my own experiences In the end, it s mostly just depressing that what struck me as so unrealistic was the in depth knowledge and acceptance of her friends

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