Numbers Game : Numbers Game Saga

  • by Rebecca Rode
  • Narrated by Stacey Glemboski
  • Series: Numbers Game Saga
  • 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Treena is nervous for Rating Day. A single number will brand her forever - a valuable citizen, or a pathetic waste of space. Her top-Rated boyfriend is confident their scores will coincide so they can attend the academy together. But when the big day arrives, her true number shocks everyone.
To get her life and boyfriend back, she must go undercover and expose a military spy. Doesn't sound too hard, except that someone wants her dead. And then there's Vance, the mysterious soldier with a haunted past and beautiful brown eyes. Together, they discover a dark numbers conspiracy, one that shatters the nation's future. Treena must join up with Vance if she is to survive the dangerous game of numbers - and the terrible war that rages within her heart.

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YA Cookie Cutter

I feel like a lot of the YA are so similar. Almost all YA I have read have the same format. Two men that the heroine has to chose between and in one way or another is herione is the savior of the people. Well written, good but not great.
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- Book Lover

Hunger Games and Divergent Merge!

Would you listen to Numbers Game again? Why?

This is the type of book I will listen to more than once and still enjoy. The book is "clean" without obscenities and sex scenes. While similar to Hunger Games or Divergent, Numbers Game holds its own with a story line that kept me listening without getting bored.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Numbers Game?

When Trina meets her father.


Have you listened to any of Stacey Glemboski’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not listened to any other of Stacey Glemboski's other performances, but I did like her work and would listen to others.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I think the part that really moved me was when Trina gets her number and the feelings she went through.


Any additional comments?

I've listened to hundreds of books, and read thousands more. At the age of 54, I tend to like the YA books because they are usually more creative. Unfortunately, many are starting to use excessive profanity and obscenities, along with sex scenes that put me off. This book was refreshingly clear of those things and, therefore so much more enjoyable.

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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2015
  • Publisher: Author Rebecca Rode