See more of my reviews at We Live and Breathe BooksWhen I first read the concept of Zoo I was instantly intrigued, and the book did not disappoint. The idea of a human zoo is something I never could have imagined until reading this book and experiencing being enclosed with Emma. I really loved Emma's voice throughout the book. She's so sassy and sarcastic, but sensitive as well - the perfect balance between the hard-headed heroine and a scared teenage girl. I found myself often laughing or agreeing with her throughout her adventures in the enclosure. Tara Elizabeth was able to perfectly capture a teenage girl thrown from an easy existence into this strange society where humans are kept in captivity (and I would know since I'm Emma's age and I definitely would have reacted the way she did). And then there's Kale, who is so beyond perfect. I really enjoyed reading about these characters and I hope to see more of them in the future. Thank you, once again, to the author for giving me a free digital copy of this book, allowing me to bump it up on my reading list and experience such a unique and captivating story.