So I finished this book a few days ago and have trying to work out how I felt about it. I have happy, jumpy things swirling around in my stomach. There was something about this book that I really loved. Starters is a story about a teenage girl, Callie, who is known as a Starter. Virtually that means is that she has only started living compared to the Elders, who, as you can imagine, are of the oldest generation. She and her younger bother, Tyler, are unclaimed, which means that they have no grandparents to live with so they struggle to survive.One option for unclaimed Starters is Prime Destinations - an organisation which allows Elders to take over the Starter's body for a period of time - the reward is the Starters get paid a huge sum of money for this.I really loved the whole concept of this story. It was a unique slant on all the dystopia/sci-fi novels out there where their world includes no parents. The style of writing was flowing and I never had a moment where I was bored. The story line was interesting and will be to anyone who likes a hint of mystery and action.Callie, the main character, was a strong person who wanted to look after her only living relative - Tyler. She did what she had to do. She had values and fought for what she believed in - especially when she discover that her 'renter' was up to no good. I think she was the one who held my attention more than any of the others.The story was mainly focused on Callie and Helena, her renter. There were a lot of supporting characters, too many to list, but they all fit into the story - mainly because some are Starters and others are Enders.I guess the only nitpick I have is that the supporting characters weren't particularly fleshed out, but it didn't matter too much to me because the story was gripping enough to hold my interest.I gave it five stars because that's how much I loved this book. I can't wait until the next installment and I have my own suspicions about who the 'Old Man' really is. But that's another story.