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  1. says:

    Recommended for religious readers who like their Bible with a side of plotless dystopia If you are one of the aforementioned then just skip reading this review it'll save you some time and you won't have to waste any effort in leaving me a rage filled and profanity laced commentLike a moth to a flame I am drawn to the word dystopiaLike a moth to a flame I almost always get burnedDid I say dystopia? I meant Joel Osteen At least it wasn't Glenn Beck but still that's not saying much The premise and blurb was vague enough to give me pause but what did I say earlier about moth and flames? I just can't resist a dystopian in the hopes that this time maybe the flame will turn out to be an LED light or something eually innocuous I was wrong Stupid stupid me As I scanned the blurb and got somewhat interested I forgot to glance at the sidebar where the categories are listed Then I would have seen this book listed under the Christian category Then I would have known better than to waste my timeMy review on this book will be biased mainly because I am not a religious person But that's what a review is for right? It's a subjective opinion it's not fact Someone reading this book may be heavily religious They will undoubtedly love the fact that the book started with a uote from the Bible and they will love the heavily religious intonations and messages throughout the book I am not one of them That is why my review will be biased I do not appreciate religion being shoved down my throat I do not have a problem with religion in general I believe it has its place in society and I don't have a problem with it in books I just prefer books without an overwhelmingly religious message and make no doubt this book is extremely preachy I've read books where characters are Christian Jewish Hindu Buddhist Church of Cthulhu ok not that one etcbut those books differ from this one in that they1 Have a plot2 Are well writtenThis book is neither It feels like the author built a dystopian society based of a hatred for science and a love for religion without a clear idea for a storyline That is not my only reason for giving this book a low rating The plot was full of holes the dystopian society is not well built the characters complete fail to evoke any sort of emotion or empathy within me In fairness the background cast for this book are intentionally unemotional the post Nuclear war world in which they live is based on rationality and lack of emotion but that's not the case with our anomaly of a main character nor that of her love interest They are for lack of a better word uite human with all the accompanying gross emotions but I just find them extremely bland Their love is bland their emotions lacking their personality underdeveloped and lacking in any sort of complexity The premise is already lacking in credibility and Thalli herself is an uncompelling heroine A lacking in every way Musician who is destined for A GWEATER PUWPOSE BY THE DESIGNER'The Scientists designed you to be a Musician And you are a beautiful Musician But the Designer has plans that go beyond that He has chosen you'This wouldn't be so incredible if Thalli was capable but she's not She has emotions GASP She rebels She talks too much She's a good musician She's less boring than the other rational characters in the book; she's still ridiculously uninspiring and untalented in any way Her purpose as given by God far overreaches her actual capabilities which amounts to zeroThalli and Berk are rice cakes bland Egg white bland Salt free bland I'd compare them to brussel sprouts but the bitterness of those oh so beloved vegetables give them character than our monotonous flavorless and insipid Thallium Thalli and Berkelium BerkIn the future children will be named after the period table elements I am not kidding It's a good thing they're a small underground society there aren't that many elementsSo the premise futuristic world at least 40 years in the future The United States actually the world isn't really a world any Billions have been killed by a Nuclear War The remaining members of society we're never given a clear idea of how many survived moved underground into Pods the word PODs dystopia seems to be a bad combination I should make a note for myself for future reference so I can avoid these books where children are not conceived in the natural way but somehow were just bred into existence without parents again never explained Everyone seems to be white nobody is gay it's not an adeuate representation of the world even a small surviving population of it as it is now and even inconveivable in the future when presumably the world will be much diverse No such diversity here Children are segregated by age there seems to be 28 in Thalli and Berk's Pod C and they're the 4th generation of Pod after the Nuclear War It seems to be a tiny tiny society but we're never given a clear idea of how many survived Not very many if we're just going by the number of PodsEven so the scientists are determined to extinct the human race it seems Whenever a child in one of the Pods has an illness he or she is eradicated For example one of Thalli's friend has some yellow mucus leaking from her nose BOOM time to die bitchesI don't know about you but where I live it's called a nasal drip resulting from a cold and that shit usually goes away on its own Brilliant scientists save humankindand are defeated by the common cold virus Oh yeah totally believableThis society is ruled by 10 scientists who have outlawed emotions They figure emotions and conflict caused the Nuclear War in the first place so CLEARLY THE THING TO DO NOW TO REBUILD SOCIETY IS TO ENFORCE SELECTIC GENETIC BREEDING AND OUTLAW EMOTIONS IN THE INTEREST OF PEACE AND SCIENCEThere is such a backhanded commentary on science in this book On the one hand science is seen to be the salvation of the surviving human race On the other hand scientists are made to be evil villainous creatures who all but walk around twirling their moustaches and cackling evilly They perform nefarious experiments They are robotic And for a bunch of doctors and PhDs they do the dumbest fucking things Seriously? You expect people to believe that people don't die natural deaths nor do they age?The writing is lackluster emotionless Just because the characters are meant to be rational in a science based dystopia doesn't mean the writing has to be dull but it truly is in this book I really can't tell you how forgettable and confusing the plot is It jumps from place to place intertwined by Thalli's meeting with a man named John whose only job it seems is to preach to her and tell her about God the Designer I'm not making a joke about the preachiness of this book The Designer this the Designer that the Designer is love the Designer will correct all wrongs Science is not the way EtcThere is little rhyme nor rationality within the majority of the book's plot but John's existence seems to serve the purpose of serving as a mini sermon in between every other chapter'God sent his Son Jesus into this world to save the world' John says 'The world rejected him They killed him''I can identify with this Jesus'Whatever you say ThalliUpdate I'm going to add half a star because I used the sheet of paper on which I took notes for this book to kill a spider on my wall


  2. says:

    5 stars again Hi I'm Lindsey and this series emotionally destroys me About this book “Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty three seconds to live The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream But she is not afraid Decades before Thalli’s 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 won’t 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 she’s overwhelmed by the emotion of an ancient piece of music The Ten uickly schedule her annihilation but her childhood friend Berk—a scientist being groomed by The Ten—convinces 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 Designer—someone even powerful than The Ten What’s 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 she’s been looking for all alongThalli must sort out what to believe and who to trust before her time runs out”Series Book #1 in the “Anomaly” series Spiritual Content Philippians 13 at the dedication; Scriptures are mentioned uoted; Being witnessed to; Prayers; Many talks about God believing; ‘H’s are not capitalized when referring to God; Many mentions of God called The Designer Jesus; Mentions of a song about Jesus salvation; Mentions of prayers praying; Mentions of Bibles faiths; Mentions of those in the Bible events; Mentions of churcheschapels what you do there; Mentions of Heaven; A couple mentions of a Bible college; A mention of a pastor; A mention of a choir; A mention of sin; Note A few mentions of the Scientists believing that former church goers believe in a superstition; A mention of a group of people being evolved Negative Content Minor cussing including a ‘stupid’; A little bit of fighting pain barely above not detailed; All about many mentions of being annihilated including those being forced and those choosing to end their life poison dyingdeaths and seeing people die; Many mentions of lies lying deceit manipulation; Mentions of a war threats deaths; Mentions of illnesses injuries deaths; A few mentions of being drugged; A couple mentions of bombs; A couple mentions of throwing up; A mention of Thalli feeling like she could kill herself she mentions right before that there’s something inside of her that warns against that; A mention of a human’s remains; Note A mention of a band the Beatles Sexual Content two cheek kisses a forehead kiss and an almost kiss; Touches Warmth Embraces from two boys barely above not detailed; Noticing Smelling from two boys barely above not detailed; Mentions of boys feelings; A couple mentions of people staying together for a while and others leaving to pair with someone else but no one is married; A mention of procreation; A mention of seeing a couple kiss; A mention of jealousy; A bit of love falling in love the emotions Thallium ‘Thalli” age 17 1st person POV of Thalli the Epilogue in the Scientists 303 pagesPre Teens One StarNew Teens Two StarsEarly High School Teens Four Stars Older High School Teens Five Stars My personal Rating Five StarsDeath is a topic often discussed in this book and some parts might be creepytriggering for younger reads Very clean but the Scientists can be disturbing with their methodsJust like the first time I read this book I feel emotionally wrecked as if I’ve been through the wringer Rereading this series as been on my to do list for uite a while now and I’m excited it’s finally happening While this reading felt a little slower pace at first than a remember it uickly picks up the pace and it feels like a roller coaster of a ride Link to review BFCG may Read the review to see recommend this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author


  3. says:

    WowSo I don't read much dystopian simply because all of the dystopian books I want to read I don't have BUT this went on sale a while back and I actually had money on cue gasps so I got it And boy am I glad I didThe GoodThis world is small in this book at least It was delicately extraordinarily developed and I absolutely loved it Or hated it Not sure But Krista McGee did an AMAZING job with this world and the characters The characters were just awesome I didn't fangirl over any of them like Jace and Kyrin in the Ilyon Chronicles but they were really interesting especially Thalli Poor poor Thalli THAT ENDING THOUGH I mean I REALLY REALLY NEED THE NEXT BOOK view spoilerI can't wait to see what's going on in the outside world and WHAT The scientists set this whole thing up??? Why did they even go to all that trouble? They could've just as easily forced them all onto an escape pod and sent them out Idiot scientists Ah well hide spoiler


  4. says:

    I absolutely adored this book So much so that I couldn't get out of it XDContent Language na Romance cheekforehead kisses lots of huggingholding hand holding etc Violence na BloodGore na Sensitive Details there was a lot of medical experiments on humans including placing probes in brains losing feeling in arms losing eyesight lots of talk about people being annihalated etc I really enjoyed this book because of the fact that it is CLEAN and the author placed God the Designer right in the center of itThalli and Burk are two SWEET sweet characters and I fell for Burk immediately Their relationship was chaste without any kissing and I really liked that There was truly no content other than what I included in the sensitive details As this is Sci Fi there is a ton of experimenting on humans particularly Thalli against their wills People are annihalated not in cruel ways but still it's not good to put people to sleep permanently But I wasn't bothered by these things especially since I know there are two books XDThe book was SUPER intense and the sweet scenes between Burk and Thalli really eased it up a lot I absolutely loved all of the faith content and how Thalli clinged to the Designer during all that was going on heart eyesWould DEFINITELY reccomend to lovers of CLEAN Science Fiction books Ages 13 for romance and potentially confusing talk about scienceSoli Deo Gloria


  5. says:

    5 Stars Goodreads SynopsisThalli has fifteen minutes and twenty three seconds left to live The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream But she is not afraidThalli is different than others in The State She feels things She asks uestions And in the State this is not tolerated The Ten scientists who survived the nuclear war that destroyed the world above believe that emotion was at the core of what went wrong—and they have genetically removed it from the citizens they have since created Thalli has kept her malformation secret from those who have monitored her for most of her life but when she receives an ancient piece of music to record as her community’s assigned musician she can no longer keep her emotions secreted awaySeen as a threat to the harmony of her Pod Thalli is taken to the Scientists for immediate annihilation But before that can happen Berk—her former Pod mate who is being groomed as a Scientist—steps in and persuades the Scientists to keep Thalli alive as a test subjectThe time she spends in the Scientist’s Pod the clearer it becomes that things are not as simple as she was programmed to believe She hears stories of a Designer—stories that fill her mind with uestions Who can she trust? What is this emotion called love? And what if she isn’t just an anomaly but part of a greater design?Review I finally got to read Anomaly and after finishing I can't believe I waited so long to read it Krista nailed it At first I wasn't sure if I would like this or not because I don't read sci fidystopian very much But Krista has made me a fan Krista has created such an interesting world called The State And to be honest I didn't care for Krista's last book so I was very cautious when I opened Anomaly Although I did love First Date I love how Krista wove in Christianity and Thalli's struggle to believe And can we just talk about the romance It was so sweet and tender nothing unnecessary or inappropriate so thank you Krista for great romantic story There wasn't even a kiss between Thalli and Berk so we're just going to have to wait for that The character Berk I love him how he wants to protect Thalli and tries to help her while she is being tested on by the Scientists Krista pretty much created the perfect man at least in my opinion Anomaly now has a permanent home on my bookshelf I can't wait for Luminary #2 to release in January For fun here's a few uotes from the book that I love1 Oh Thalli How do I define love? It is the Designer's greatest gift to us It gives us a small glimpse of who he is how he feels about us Conversation between Thalli and John2 They fear those emotions because unchecked they can lead to other emotions jealousy anger betrayal So they were right to create us without them? Most of us No John closes his eyes the solution is not to remove your feelings Then what is the solution The Designer is the solution Conversation between Thalli and JohnOh and something else This is the first fiction book I have ever highlighted in These uotes are just so goodReview on my blog


  6. says:

    45 stars I really really liked Anomaly by Krista McGee and am super excited to finish the ANOMALY series This is a Christian dystopianscience fiction tale which I love It's intriguing raw uniue and thought provoking There's also a heartfelt beautiful journey to finding truthThe dystopian world the characters the plot all so well done I definitely had the feels while reading Anomaly It drew out my emotions and made me think about what the world would be like without emotions Without free will Without the ability to uestion or fight backI can hardly wait to reconnect with Thalli and her friends and continue this mind boggling futuristic story


  7. says:

    The Christian bookstore can be a very tempting place at least for me anyway Especially when it’s Black Friday and there are clearance sales Oo They almost got me to buy the second book in this series but after evaluating my huge stack of lovely prospective purchases I left it behind A week later I found the entire series gently used for less than that one clearanced book D Thanks LordI literally gobbled this book up the moment it came I read it in than a day only because I had to and it took a LOT of self control not to read the entire series in one sitting ; I’m sorry familyIt had a lot of the same feel as some of my favorite dystopian series but not in a stale way I loved seeing where it was uniue and the hard hitting but subtly woven in Biblical truths were amazing and really set this book apart One of the best and most natural Gospel presentations I’ve ever seenI really liked Thalli She wasn’t classically rebellious instead she was really really curious and also just trying to keep her differences under wraps It was great how much she loved music too I’m not a big musician but I could feel the joy of playing through how the author wrote those scenes And I was sooo happy to have “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring” in there 3Heads up world Dr Berk is the best fangirls fangirls Smart and sweetJohn and Rhen were great supporting characters and Dr Loudin was complicated and astounding BIG surprises Like wow And the characters being named after elements on the periodic table nerd happinessOne of the romances in this book was sooo good I surprised myself with it actually The couple had such loyalty and chemistry that I was practically rooting for them to kiss #notusualforme and when they didn’t I was even happier because it was so respectful and unusual for them not to And it would have detracted from the book’s message if they had actually But they were cuteness anywayThis book really drove home again for me that Jesus is the only source of true love and freedom and anything else is counterfeit Really goodJust a note the leaders in this book do not have a value on human life so there is some discussion of euthanasia including view spoilera few details of the execution and cremation of a child hide spoiler


  8. says:

    Wow A Christian Dystopian? Yes please I really did like this book although it wasn't the most fast paced it was still very much enjoyable there were lots of plot twists and many similarities to Divergent I found If you're a Christian and you're wanting a YA Dystopian where you don't have to worry about there being anything negative in them this is a fantastic book Can't wait for the next one


  9. says:

    Before I start the review I want to make it clear that my review will be biased and I will not attempt hide this in any shape or form I am not the intended audience for this novel deeply devout Christian teens Despite how naïve this may be I do not believe that religious novels should only be read and appreciated by religious people I have read novels written to and by people of many faiths and have enjoyed some of them I've seen that the main issue of these sorts of books is not the presence of religion but the fact that the authors seem to make religion a singular focus in a book that does not call for it Dystopias such as Anomaly should not have God as the main focusDespite the genre books should always have strong characterization and an engaging plot not to mention being well written Anomaly has none of these three things The characters are pitiful cardboard cutouts that bear little to no resemblance to actual people The main character Thalli is the one of the only characters that actually has emotions yet it would be impossible to tell had it not been for her constant reminder of how superior she was One of the supporting characters' John only purpose in life is to preach to Thalli The plot was one dimensional and boring At all times I felt like someone was shouting into my ear 'religion over science'Anomaly had a strong beginning as far as dystopias go It's set in a futuristic world destroyed by a nuclear war Thalli's society lives underground and is ruled by ten scientists These scientists have genetically designed human beings to have no emotions since they believed emotions were the downfall of civilization and the reason for the war Not much background is given for the book nor any concrete world building It seems like everyone is white cisgendered and heterosexual though Not that sexuality matters because neither romance nor sex occurs in these Pods is pod the current dystopia buzzword?It wasn't perfect but it was engaging enough If the book continued the way it started it could have easily gotten a decent 25 3 But alas it was not meant to be and around 100 pages in the dreaded preaching came inReligion is totally okay in books I am completely fine with it However I cannot tolerate preaching in novels The main reason I couldn't enjoy Warm Bodies was because of the overwhelming feelings of being lectured to I cannot stand that I don't want a book where I feel physically uncomfortable reading it because there isn't a page where a character isn't preaching about GodIf only McGee had skill in writing this book may have been saved But sadly her writing is as bland and lifeless as her plot and characters It's emotionless and boring She has little skill in the art of storytelling Anomaly was an extremely disappointing way to start the new year with I can't say I'll be reading any of McGee's books again nor any subseuent books in the Anomaly series


  10. says:

    Synopsis Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty three seconds left to live The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream But she is not afraidThalli is different than others in The State She feels things She asks uestions And in the State this is not tolerated The Ten scientists who survived the nuclear war that destroyed the world above believe that emotion was at the core of what went wrong—and they have genetically removed it from the citizens they have since created Thalli has kept her malformation secret from those who have monitored her for most of her life but when she receives an ancient piece of music to record as her community’s assigned musician she can no longer keep her emotions secreted awaySeen as a threat to the harmony of her Pod Thalli is taken to the Scientists for immediate annihilation But before that can happen Berk—her former Pod mate who is being groomed as a Scientist—steps in and persuades the Scientists to keep Thalli alive as a test subjectThe time she spends in the Scientist’s Pod the clearer it becomes that things are not as simple as she was programmed to believe She hears stories of a Designer—stories that fill her mind with uestions Who can she trust? What is this emotion called love? And what if she isn’t just an anomaly but part of a greater design? My Review Wow Anomaly was such an amazing read Definitely a new favorite of mine in the dystopian genreI honestly found no fault in this book Characters were amazingly real the plot was uniue and a breathe of fresh of air from the cliché plotlines in most of today's dystopias and the setting though very scientific was believable and intriguingThalli was undoubtedly my favorite character Not because the story is told from her POV but because her growth as a character was so inspiring and realand heartbreaking The best part was watching her learn about the Designer God and trust in Him in everything she didI immensely enjoyed the light romance between Thalli and Berk It was sweet without being steamy or obsessiveThough there wasn't much action in the book I was on the edge of my seat through the whole book I felt like I myself stood next to Thalli as she endured everything that happened My heart raced through the majority of AnomalyThe last 30 pages I'll admit made me frown I had no idea how it would end and I hadn't prepared myself for what was to come All I can say iswow MAJOR CLIFFHANGERBut it was so awesome And I don't have the second book AahThank you Krista McGee for writing this book It absolutely blew me away Anomaly takes second to The Hunger Games on my list of dystopian favoritesVery highly recommended


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Anomaly Anomaly #1

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Od mate who is being groomed as a Scientist steps in and persuades the Scientists to keep Thalli alive as a test subjectThe time she spends in the Scientist’s Pod the clearer it becomes that things are not as simple as she was programmed to believe She hears stories of a Designer stories that fill her mind with uestions Who can she trust What is this emotion called love And what if she isn’t just an anomaly but part of a greater design. Wow A Christian Dystopian Yes please I really did like this book although it wasn't the most fast paced it was still very much enjoyable there were lots of plot twists and many similarities to Divergent I found If you're a Christian and you're wanting a YA Dystopian where you don't have to worry about there being anything negative in them this is a fantastic book Can't wait for the next one

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Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty three seconds left to live The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream But she is not afraidThalli is different than others in The State She feels things She asks uestions And in the State this is not tolerated The Ten scientists who survived the nuclear war that destroyed the world above believe that emotion was at the core of what went wrong and they have genetically. 5 stars again Hi I'm Lindsey and this series emotionally destroys me About this book “Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty three seconds to live The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream But she is not afraid Decades before Thalli’s 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 won’t 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 she’s overwhelmed by the emotion of an ancient piece of music The Ten uickly schedule her annihilation but her childhood friend Berk—a scientist being groomed by The Ten—convinces 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 Designer—someone even powerful than The Ten What’s 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 she’s been looking for all alongThalli must sort out what to believe and who to trust before her time runs out”Series Book #1 in the “Anomaly” series Spiritual Content Philippians 13 at the dedication; Scriptures are mentioned uoted; Being witnessed to; Prayers; Many talks about God believing; ‘H’s are not capitalized when referring to God; Many mentions of God called The Designer Jesus; Mentions of a song about Jesus salvation; Mentions of prayers praying; Mentions of Bibles faiths; Mentions of those in the Bible events; Mentions of churcheschapels what you do there; Mentions of Heaven; A couple mentions of a Bible college; A mention of a pastor; A mention of a choir; A mention of sin; Note A few mentions of the Scientists believing that former church goers believe in a superstition; A mention of a group of people being evolved Negative Content Minor cussing including a ‘stupid’; A little bit of fighting pain barely above not detailed; All about many mentions of being annihilated including those being forced and those choosing to end their life poison dyingdeaths and seeing people die; Many mentions of lies lying deceit manipulation; Mentions of a war threats deaths; Mentions of illnesses injuries deaths; A few mentions of being drugged; A couple mentions of bombs; A couple mentions of throwing up; A mention of Thalli feeling like she could kill herself she mentions right before that there’s something inside of her that warns against that; A mention of a human’s remains; Note A mention of a band the Beatles Sexual Content two cheek kisses a forehead kiss and an almost kiss; Touches Warmth Embraces from two boys barely above not detailed; Noticing Smelling from two boys barely above not detailed; Mentions of boys feelings; A couple mentions of people staying together for a while and others leaving to pair with someone else but no one is married; A mention of procreation; A mention of seeing a couple kiss; A mention of jealousy; A bit of love falling in love the emotions Thallium ‘Thalli” age 17 1st person POV of Thalli the Epilogue in the Scientists 303 pagesPre Teens One StarNew Teens Two StarsEarly High School Teens Four Stars Older High School Teens Five Stars My personal Rating Five StarsDeath is a topic often discussed in this book and some parts might be creepytriggering for younger reads Very clean but the Scientists can be disturbing with their methodsJust like the first time I read this book I feel emotionally wrecked as if I’ve been through the wringer Rereading this series as been on my to do list for uite a while now and I’m excited it’s finally happening While this reading felt a little slower pace at first than a remember it uickly picks up the pace and it feels like a roller coaster of a ride Link to review BFCG may Read the review to see recommend this book by this author It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author

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Removed it from the citizens they have since created Thalli has kept her malformation secret from those who have monitored her for most of her life but when she receives an ancient piece of music to record as her community’s assigned musician she can no longer keep her emotions secreted awaySeen as a threat to the harmony of her Pod Thalli is taken to the Scientists for immediate annihilation But before that can happen Berk her former P. I absolutely adored this book So much so that I couldn't get out of it XDContent Language na Romance cheekforehead kisses lots of huggingholding hand holding etc Violence na BloodGore na Sensitive Details there was a lot of medical experiments on humans including placing probes in brains losing feeling in arms losing eyesight lots of talk about people being annihalated etc I really enjoyed this book because of the fact that it is CLEAN and the author placed God the Designer right in the center of itThalli and Burk are two SWEET sweet characters and I fell for Burk immediately Their relationship was chaste without any kissing and I really liked that There was truly no content other than what I included in the sensitive details As this is Sci Fi there is a ton of experimenting on humans particularly Thalli against their wills People are annihalated not in cruel ways but still it's not good to put people to sleep permanently But I wasn't bothered by these things especially since I know there are two books XDThe book was SUPER intense and the sweet scenes between Burk and Thalli really eased it up a lot I absolutely loved all of the faith content and how Thalli clinged to the Designer during all that was going on heart eyesWould DEFINITELY reccomend to lovers of CLEAN Science Fiction books Ages 13 for romance and potentially confusing talk about scienceSoli Deo Gloria

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  • Anomaly Anomaly #1
  • Krista McGee
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  • 03 October 2017
  • 9781401688721

About the Author: Krista McGee

Krista writes for teens teaches teens and often than not acts like a teen She and her family have lived and ministered in Texas Costa Rica and Spain Her current hometown is Tampa FL