The Completionist

The Completionist Review

Find her. You need to keep looking, no matter what. I'm afraid of what might’ve happened to her. You be afraid too.

A young Marine, Carter Quinn, comes home from war to his fractured family, in a near-future America in which water is artificially engineered and technology is startlingly embedded in people’s everyday lives. At the same time, a fertility crisis has terrifying implications for women, including Carter’s two beloved sisters, Fred and Gardner. Fred, accomplished but impetuous, the eldest sibling, is naturally pregnant—a rare and miraculous event that puts her independence in jeopardy. And Gardner, the idealistic younger sister who lived for her job as a Nurse Completionist, has mysteriously vanished, after months of disturbing behaviour.

Carter’s efforts to find Gard (and stay on Fred’s good side) keep leading him back home to their father, a veteran of a decades-long war just like Carter himself, who may be concealing a painful truth that could save or condemn them all.

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  • Reading.Between.Wines

    ⭐⭐⭐ / 5The Completionist by Siobhan Adcock was such a strange book, and I think for that reason alone it will be pretty unforgettable. The Completionist is about Carter Quinn, a 24-year-old Mari...

  • Amy

    2.5/5Dystopian fiction can be a tricky genre for me, it either works incredibly well or it just flat out doesn’t most of the time and The Completionist sounded like it would be one that worked well ...

  • Bandit

    There has been a good amount of female authored dystopian fiction lately concentrated on babies. Fertility appears to be a fertile subject. Certainly a relevant one in these days of increasingly terri...

  • Marjorie

    In an America in the near future, there is little natural water and most is artificially engineered. The people have technological portals embedded in their skin, which keep track of their every movem...

  • Carolyn

    Heralded as speculative fiction and perfect for fans of The Handmaid's Tale, of course I had my reservations that it could possibly be that good, but I was cautiously optimistic about this one! I thi...

  • Jeanette

    On the whole, it was good. I am not usually fond of dystopian fiction, but there are occasions when i feel like reading something different to my norm. If you enjoy dystopian, then i will say that thi...

  • Erin

    I received this book through Goodreads First Reads.There were a few different giveaway books I won all around the same time frame. When I was picking which one I should read first, I immediately grabb...

  • Pam

    I feel like this is a typical "dystopian" type novel. Some parts were very engaging and other parts were a bit of a struggle to get through. I will say that my biggest struggle were the characters. I ...

  • Geonn Cannon

    I wanted to like this book a lot more than I did, in the end. It was very well-written, great world-building, but with the plot being so heavily about what it's like to be a woman in this world, it se...

  • Jaimie

    I wanted to know more about the world, what happened...