The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee | A futuristic story full of drama and money, distrust and crime


Oh, how the premise of thing book intrigued me so. I mean, it’s described as a SciFi novel with a Gossip Girl feel to it – how could I not wonder about that?

I actually didn’t think I’d be able to get this book for a very long while, since I’m on a book buying ban basically until Christmas (pray for me), but then the lovely people at SocialBookCo contacted me through their review programme, asking if I would like to review this for them. So of course, I said yes!

This is the 2nd book I’ve reviewed for them, so you’d think I’d have come up with a better way of explaining the site by now – but basically This is a site that compares all the different prices of books from different retailers, showing you where you can buy each book for the cheapest price. And then there’s the reviewing side – If you join their programme, there are opportunities for you to be sent books for free in exchange for an honest review by a given date. So check it out if you’re interested!

But enough with the rambling…


Let’s talk about The Thousandth Floor!


Title: The Thousandth Floor

Author: Katharine McGee

Publisher: Harper Collins

Series Status: The 1st book in a series

Genre: Young Adult, SciFi,

Number of Pages:  437

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How I Review Books

How I review books

I’ve seen this sort of post around before, and actually found them really interesting…so I decided to do my own version!

Basically, I’m going to be explain how I review the books I read, in step by step order.

This will also give you an idea of how I decide which star rating to give each book.

I’ve split this into 10 steps, so I’ve really broken down my review process. I had to create an exact order to the process so that I didn’t forget anything, so this is the way I think when reviewing.

Hopefully this post will be interesting or helpful to you!

So here’s how I review books!

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