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‘Scythe’: A utopia that fails to be perfect

‘Scythe’: A utopia that fails to be perfect

Alyssa Osborn, Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

Would you take the chance to go to a world where there is no longer any more hunger, illnesses, warfare and misery? In “Scythe” by Neal Shusterman, the world seems to be perfect. Everything has been perfected—even death is no longer an issue. Citra and Rowan, two teenagers of different backgrounds, are cho...

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