The Recovery. The Program (Series). Suzanne Young Author Kirby Heyborne Narrator (). cover image of The Program. How do you go back to a life you can't remember? Find out in this sixth novel in the New York Times bestselling Program series from Suzanne. Sloane knows better than to cry in front of anyone. With suicide now an international epidemic, one outburst could land her in The Program, the only proven.
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Sloane knows better than to cry in front of anyone. With suicide now an international epidemic, one outburst could land her in The Program, the only proven course of treatment. Because their depression is gone—but so are their memories. Under constant surveillance at home and at school, Sloane puts on a brave face and keeps her feelings buried as deep as she can. The only person Sloane can be herself with is James.
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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. The Program is set in the not-so-distant future in a world where suicide has become an epidemic.
Seventeen year old Sloan lost her older brother to suicide, which makes her high risk herself. When Sloan ends up being sent in for treatment, she vows to fight every step of the way. I really loved The Program, and the concept when you think about it is incredibly sad for so many reasons.
The thought that anyone under the age of 18 basically has no control or say over their own minds, memories, and thoughts is horrifying. They are expected not to grieve for losses because otherwise they might get flagged for being sick. They have to live their lives walking on eggshells and hiding their emotions.
The topic of suicide hits really close to home for me, and in the beginning of the book, one suicide is retold through memories and another happens in real time.
I cried through both. I was diagnosed with depression in and started medication for it, and in when I was 17, I attempted suicide. I can relate to the feeling of complete and utter hopelessness that makes you feel like ending your life is the best option. I still struggle with depression and anxiety, but overall am doing well and am in a good place, so no worries there.
Okay, so enough about me and back to the book. Aside from the book being written really well and triggering a lot of emotions in me, I loved the characters. I adore Sloan and her boyfriend James. They had such a cute relationship and I loved how it felt like they were only completely comfortable and open around each other, and no one else.
My heart broke with they both went thorough The Program and had their memories altered. Overall, I adored the book and recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the YA genre. It was a 5 star book for me! Brian Lafond. This book was recommended to me by a friend, so I thought I'd check it out. I ended up reading the entire thing in one afternoon about 5 hours. Overall it is very energetic and gripping.
The story progresses at a decent pace, and is filled with love, drama and suspense. The way it builds out the characters, their stories, then washes it all away, leaving us, the readers as the only ones who really know the full history is really unique and interesting. Reading as the characters then struggle to understand and adapt to their new realities.
The open discussion of suicide, depression, mental health and medications were particularly interesting, and I feel like it would resonate particularly well with teens. The Program is a dystopian idea but the way it is implemented in this story makes it very believable, as if it could become an actual future.
I took off a single star only because the romance is a little cliche and because the book doesn't really stand up on it's own. The ending leaves you hungry for the sequel and the epilogue really throws everything you thought you understood out of wack. I think a lot of the questions and uncertainty will be answered or at least addressed by the second book, which I've been told is the best of the series. I start on that one today: Paperback Verified download. I had such high hopes for this book.
I breezed through this in 2 days and while I enjoyed reading this, I kept wanting it to take a turn into a much deeper, complex world than it actually was. I think I had such high hopes and if I were to write this novel, I would have taken it to a much different direction and here's why and how. In part 2 of the book, when Sloane was in The Program, Realm was introduced. I wished so much to get to know Realm. He was dark and kind of a jerk and we don't know why. But I wanted more from him.