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|Title: Anomaly - eBook|
By: Krista McGee
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2013
Stock No: WW37386EB
Decades before Thallis birth, the world was decimated by a nuclear war. But life continued deep underground, thanks to a handful of scientists known as The Ten. There they created genetically engineered human beings who are free of emotions in the hope that war wont threaten the world again.
Thalli is an anomaly, born with the ability to feel emotions and a sense of curiosity she can barely contain. She has survived so far by hiding her differences. But then her secret is discovered when shes overwhelmed by the emotion of an ancient piece of music.
The Ten quickly schedule her annihilation, but her childhood friend, Berka scientist being groomed by The Tenconvinces them to postpone her death and study her instead. While in the Scientists Pod, Thalli and Berk form a dangerous alliance, one strictly forbidden by the constant surveillance.
As her life ticks a way, she hears rumors of someone called the Designersomeone even more powerful than The Ten. Whats more, the parts of her that have always been an anomaly could in fact be part of a much larger plan. And the parts of her that she has always guarded could be the answer shes been looking for all along.Thalli must sort out what to believe and who to trust, before her time runs out.
. . . the first in what has the potential to be a fascinating trilogy of general appeal. McGees simple narrative belies the novels complexity, a factor that will make this intriguing book accessible to a wide variety of teen readers. Booklist
McGee's versatility as an author really shines with this latest offering . . . Anomaly . . . should encourage inspirational romance readers who haven't yet tried out dystopian lit to give it a shot.
'...this is the first in what has the potential to be a fascinating trilogy of general appeal. McGees simple narrative belies the novels complexity, a factor that will make this intriguing book accessible to a wide variety of teen readers.'