Wednesday, 31 December 2014

2014 Wrap-Up Post

Well, 2014's been one hell of a year! So much has been going on, and because of that my reading/blogging has been kind of sporadic. I've published just 260 posts this year, which is a lot less than my 367 last year. But then, that's because of school trips, IB exams, preparing for college, and then getting through my first semester of college on the other side of the world.

I participated in fewer reading challenges - The Debut Author Challenge, the Netgalley & Edelweiss Reading Challenge, and a Rec Swap Challenge I did with Laura @ Laura Plus Books. I completed the first two, but sadly have one book left for the third! I will get to it in 2015, though. I also completed my Goodreads Reading Challenge of 200 books, so I'm really glad about that!

I've been in a couple reading slumps this year (my first ones!) so overall there weren't too many books I absolutely adored. In fact, out of the 207 books I've read this year, only 23 have been 5-star reads, which is disappointing. So hopefully 2015 will be a better year for awesome, jaw-dropping books!

I haven't had time to do the Top Ten feature for this year, but I can definitely tell you my top ten books I've read in 2014, in no particular order - 

City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare
Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi
The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
The Perilous Sea by Sherry Thomas
Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley
Empire of Shadows by Miriam Forster
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
Split Second by Kasie West
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Special mentions to:

Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Free to Fall by Lauren Miller
This Shattered World by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

Though 2015 has arrived WAYYY faster than I expected, I'm excited to see what it will bring! I hope I'll be able to attend more book signings and events, and read some super cool YA novels.

Happy New Year, everyone 

Saturday, 27 December 2014

Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Title: Red Queen (Red Queen Trilogy #1)
Author: Victoria Aveyard

Release date: February 10th 2015
Publisher: HarperTeen
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Format: eARC
Pages: 307

Source: Edelweiss

Graceling meets The Selection in debut novelist Victoria Aveyard's sweeping tale of seventeen-year-old Mare, a common girl whose once-latent magical power draws her into the dangerous intrigue of the king's palace. Will her power save her or condemn her?

Mare Barrow's world is divided by blood--those with common, Red blood serve the Silver- blooded elite, who are gifted with superhuman abilities. Mare is a Red, scraping by as a thief in a poor, rural village, until a twist of fate throws her in front of the Silver court. Before the king, princes, and all the nobles, she discovers she has an ability of her own.

To cover up this impossibility, the king forces her to play the role of a lost Silver princess and betroths her to one of his own sons. As Mare is drawn further into the Silver world, she risks everything and uses her new position to help the Scarlet Guard--a growing Red rebellion--even as her heart tugs her in an impossible direction. One wrong move can lead to her death, but in the dangerous game she plays, the only certainty is betrayal.

Red Queen starts off feeling a little like Shadow and Bone, but it's actually really different - and just as amazing! It definitely exceeded my expectations in every way - the plot, the writing, the characters... Victoria Aveyard has just gained a new fan! Also, it's going to be hard to write about certain things without giving away spoilers, but I will do it, have no fear.

There are two kinds of people in this fantasy world - the Reds and the Silvers. The Reds are ordinary folk, no powers or anything, and are considered inferior because of this. The Silvers are rich, they have supernatural abilities, and they're high up on the social ladder. The entire royal family is Silver, as are all the nobles.

Our protagonist, Mare, lives in a village with her family, making her living by picking the pockets of rich passers-by. She has no job, and is therefore fated to enlist in the military like all other Reds with no real jobs. But when Mare finds herself at the palace while trying to help her best friend, she discovers a power of her own, one no one has seen before - the power to control electricity. Her powers come into existence in front of the whole royal family and all the noble Silver houses, so she's ushered into a made-up role to cover up the fact that a Red has Silver abilities. Living with the royal family, Mare comes across secrets and other information she never would've found otherwise, and she becomes a part of something so dangerous, it could cost everyone around her their lives.

Mare reminds me of Alina from the Grisha trilogy, I guess mostly because they're in similar situations. Mare has a fire burning inside her that she finds a good use for in the Silver palace. She learns how to survive there, and her instincts are strong. She's a survivor for sure, and we see proof of that several times throughout the novel.

This is a small thing, but I had to mention it because I really liked it. This is the first time I've read a YA novel where the male best friend of the protagonist is straight and is not in love with the protagonist. Mare's best friend, Kilorn, is awesome. He's really supportive of Mare, and they both understand each other incredibly well. And he's not pining for her! I loved it.

We have two potential love interests in this novel - Cal and Maven. They both happen to be brothers, and are Silver princes. Cal is the heir to the throne, and Maven is his younger half-brother. I liked both of them, in different ways. Though Cal is raised to be the next king, he's not cruel at all. Yes, there are decisions he makes that I don't agree with, but with the horrible father he grew up with, it's amazing that he turned out so nice. Maven is kind to Mare too, and he gets her through the scary royal stuff that she has no idea about.

I liked seeing Mare develop her powers and train with the others. Seeing the other teenagers' powers pitted against each other in an X-men-like manner was pretty damn awesome. The pacing of the novel is great, and I loved all the action in it. And the twists and shockers, of course! There are quite a few. The climax towards the end has got to be my favourite, though. It's not really unexpected but it's a total heart-in-your-mouth moment nonetheless.

Overall, Red Queen is a fantastic YA fantasy debut, one of my favourite reads this year. So glad I picked this up! I adored literally all of it, and I'm really looking forward to the next one.

*Thank you to HarperCollins for providing me with an eARC for review*

Rating: 5/5

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Review: The Body Electric by Beth Revis

Title: The Body Electric
Author: Beth Revis
Release date: October 6th 2014
Publisher: Scripturient Books
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction/Dystopian
Format: eARC
Pages: 334

Source: NetGalley

The future world is at peace.

Ella Shepherd has dedicated her life to using her unique gift—the ability to enter people’s dreams and memories using technology developed by her mother—to help others relive their happy memories.

But not all is at it seems.

Ella starts seeing impossible things—images of her dead father, warnings of who she cannot trust. Her government recruits her to spy on a rebel group, using her ability to experience—and influence—the memories of traitors. But the leader of the rebels claims they used to be in love—even though Ella’s never met him before in her life. Which can only mean one thing…

Someone’s altered her memory.

Ella’s gift is enough to overthrow a corrupt government or crush a growing rebel group. She is the key to stopping a war she didn’t even know was happening. But if someone else has been inside Ella’s head, she cannot trust her own memories, thoughts, or feelings.

So who can she trust?

The Body Electric is a great sci-fi standalone by Beth Revis. I absolutely adored her Across the Universe trilogy, and I was really excited for this one. Though it didn't exactly live up to my expectations, I did enjoy the book for the most part.

The book is set in around the twenty-fourth century I believe, and a LOT has changed in the world. There was another war, called the Secessionary War, which was worse than either of the previous world wars. And in the aftermath, the Unified Countries were created, along with world government. Ella, our protagonist, lives in the country of Malta. Androids are everywhere, and they perform regular tasks like humans do. Except, of course, they can't think for themselves. Ella lives with just her mother, who has Hebb's disease, which is fatal. She'll do anything to save her mother, even if it risks her own life - and that's when Ella discovers she has the power to enter people's dreams through a reverie, a dream-like state.

Ella's an awesome character, though really impulsive and reckless at times. But she thinks fast on her feet, and she's intelligent. I also found it hilarious how she keeps punching or kicking Jack because she doesn't trust him. At first, anyway. I definitely would have liked to know more about Ella's lost memories, though. Jack was wiped from her mind, and we never really get to see how they were together.

Jack is equally awesome, and it was interesting to see the things he tries to get Ella to believe him. Jack is part of a rebel organization, the Zunzana, and he's trying to get Ella to understand that she's on the wrong side. Jack is sweet and kind and also pretty funny, and I liked the dynamic between him and Ella. I wish we had more of it, though!

The first quarter of the book, and a little after that, is filled with politics, with not too much happening. We don't get many answers, just a whole lot of questions. The pacing felt a bit too slow for me at that point. It picks up later on, when we meet Jack and wonder how he's connected to Ella and her deceased father. But it was only in the last quarter of the book where things started getting really interesting, and that's too late in my opinion. If only this were a duology or trilogy! I feel like things would have worked better that way, and I'd get answers to all the questions I still have.

There are a lot of twists in the book, and I honestly did not see most of them coming. Towards the end it's like shocker after shocker! It was insane but really cool. And it worked well with the plot, though maybe a little far-fetched at times. But then again, this is sci-fi. Anything can happen. Overall, I enjoyed this book (the second half, mostly) and I'd recommend it to Beth Revis or sci-fi fans.

*Thank you to Scripturient Books for providing me with an eARC for review*

Rating: 3.5/5

Saturday, 13 December 2014

In My Mailbox #38

In My Mailbox is a meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren which allows us to share the books we’ve bought, borrowed and received.

This is my last IMM before I head back to Singapore for winter break! It's a short one :)
(Also, I'm so freaking excited to go back home in a couple of days 

For Review

Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge*
Rebound by Noelle August*
Make it Last by Megan Erickson*
Deviate by Tracy Clark^

*ARCs from Edelweiss (thanks HarperCollins!)
^ARC from NetGalley (thanks Entangled Teen!)

I'm so excited to read Crimson Bound! It's one of my most anticipated books of 2015, I think. Can't wait to see what kind of twists Rosamund Hodge will add into it. I'm also looking forward to Rebound and Make it Last, even though I'm going to stop reading New Adult pretty soon. I'm just going to continue with the few series I've already started. I can't wait for Deviate, because the first book was great and it introduces a setting and culture I haven't really read about before.

As I mentioned, this is a super short IMM. I'm slowly getting back into reading like I used to! Ironically this happens just around finals week. I'm not swamped this week though, thank god. Only one final for me (Y)

Anyway, let me know what you guys got in the mail this week! :)

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Waiting on Wednesday #87: Salt & Stone

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine, which spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

My pick for this week's WoW is...

Salt & Stone by Victoria Scott

Title: Salt & Stone (Fire & Flood #2)
Author: Victoria Scott

Release date: February 24th 2015
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction

What would you do to save someone you love?

In Fire & Flood, Tella Holloway faced a dangerous trek through the jungle and across the desert, all to remain a Contender in the Brimstone Bleed for a chance at obtaining the Cure for her brother. She can't quit--she has to win the race, save Cody, and then fight to make sure the race stops before it can claim any more lives. In the next legs of the race, across the ocean and over mountains, Tella will face frostbite, sharks, avalanche, and twisted new rules in the race.

But what if the danger is deeper than that? How do you know who to trust when everyone's keeping secrets? What do you do when the person you'd relied on most suddenly isn't there for support? How do you weigh one life against another?

The race is coming to an end, and Tella is running out of time, resources, and strength. At the start of the race there were one hundred twenty-two Contenders. As Tella and her remaining friends start the final part of the race, just forty-one are left--and only one can win.

Oh my gosh, don't you adore that cover? I know I do! I really can't wait to get my hands on this. I loved Fire & Flood - it has such a great premise and some pretty awesome characters. And V's writing is just amazing. So yeah, this one's gonna be good!

Monday, 8 December 2014

Release Day Launch: Breaking the Rules by Katie McGarry

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 We are so excited to bring you the release day launch for Katie McGarry's BREAKING THE RULES! BREAKING THE RULES is a Young Adult contemporary romance published by Harlequin Teen, and is the follow-up book to Katie's PUSHING THE LIMITS. You do not want to miss Noah and Echo's story! Grab it today!

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A summer road trip changes everything in this unforgettable new tale from acclaimed author Katie McGarry.

For new high school graduate Echo Emerson, a summer road trip out west with her boyfriend means getting away and forgetting what makes her so . . . different. It means seeing cool sights while selling her art at galleries along the way. And most of all, it means almost three months alone with Noah Hutchins, the hot, smart, soul-battered guy who's never judged her. Echo and Noah share everything--except the one thing Echo's just not ready for.

But when the source of Echo's constant nightmares comes back into her life, she has to make some tough decisions about what she really wants--even as foster kid Noah's search for his last remaining relatives forces them both to confront some serious truths about life, love, and themselves.

Now, with one week left before college orientation, jobs and real life, Echo must decide if Noah's more than the bad-boy fling everyone warned her he'd be. And the last leg of an amazing road trip will turn . . . seriously epic.

Release date: December 8th 2014
Publisher: Harlequin TEEN

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And don’t forget to read the first books in the Pushing the Limits series…

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Excerpt from Noah's POV

“Did you fall into some paint, Echo?” Isaiah asks, changing the subject.
Echo’s shoulder slumps as she pivots toward the mirror. She groans as she touches her cheek and forehead that are more red and pink than skin. “Dang it. Why am I such a mess?”
“I think it’s sexy as hell,” I say.
“I think I’m going to barf,” Beth mocks my tone.
Death radiates from the look I send her way. Enough that it should melt her. “Ever sleep in a tent, Beth?”
Beth focuses on the screen while raising her middle finger in my direction.
“Screw it.” Echo turns away from the mirror. “I need a shower.”
I smile, Echo blushes, then I laugh. Damn me for inviting Isaiah and Beth to share our room.
“Anyhow.” An excited glint strikes Echo’s eyes. “Are you ready? I hope you like it. It’s sort of…for you. But it’s not done, okay? I mean, something like this would actually take a while to perfect, so I guess I’m saying—”
“It’s all good.”
“Okay.” Her fingers drum nervously over the top of the canvas before she repeats, “Okay.”
“I’m assuming that’s not the constellation Aires?”
“No. I’ll have to start on that tomorrow.” With a deep inhale, Echo pulls out a chair from the table and rests the painting on the arms and leans it against the back so it will stay upright.
Air rushes out of my body, and I sink onto our bed. It’s the same damned shock as when she drew my parents this past spring. There’s awe and joy and this ache that hits deep in my gut. I bend forward and rest my joint hands on my knees and stare at the sight in front of me.
Fuck me, my eyes burn. I shut them, attempting to get my shit together. It’s a painting. Only a painting. I reopen them, and it’s the same disorientation as a right hook to the head. It’s more than a painting, and that’s the reason my throat swells.
Last night meant as much to me as it did to her and she painted it, capturing it in a way unique to Echo. She’s right, it’s not done. It’s a skeleton compared to her other work, but I see enough to know what she desires, what she plans to design. Up close all those colors would look like chaos, but when viewed as a whole it creates this beautiful picture. In the end, that’s the best way to describe me and Echo, our relationship. Our love.
The bed dips as Echo eases onto it, settles behind me and props her chin on my shoulder. Her signature scent that reminds me of walking into a bakery becomes an invisible blanket surrounding me. “What do you think?”
“It’s us,” I whisper, and knots form in my stomach. Echo always finds a way to blow my mind. She tenses behind me and I continue, “It’s where we spent last night.”
“It is.” Echo relaxes, and her fingers curl around my biceps. “Do you like it?”
Struggling for composure, I place my hand over hers and pause. “It’s…”
I’m not Echo. I don’t have words for what happens inside me. If I did, I’d fail at describing this. I shift to rest my forehead against hers. “I don’t deserve you.”
“That’s my statement,” she says so only I can hear. “I wish we were alone again.”
I press my lips to hers, slide my hand through her hair and watch as the curls bounce back into place. “Me, too.”

About the author:

Katie McGarry Author PhotoKatie McGarry was a teenager during the age of grunge and boy bands and remembers those years as the best and worst of her life. She is a lover of music, happy endings, reality television, and is a secret University of Kentucky basketball fan.

Katie is the author of full length YA novels, PUSHING THE LIMITS, DARE YOU TO, CRASH INTO YOU, TAKE ME ON, BREAKING THE RULES, and NOWHERE BUT HERE and the e-novellas, CROSSING THE LINE and RED AT NIGHT. Her debut YA novel, PUSHING THE LIMITS was a 2012 Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction, a RT Magazine's 2012 Reviewer's Choice Awards Nominee for Young Adult Contemporary Novel, a double Rita Finalist, and a 2013 YALSA Top Ten Teen Pick. DARE YOU TO was also a Goodreads Choice Finalist for YA Fiction and won RT Magazine’s Reviewer’s Choice Best Book Award for Young Adult Contemporary fiction in 2013.

Find Katie on:

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Release Day Blitz: Wicked by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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We are over the moon excited to bring you the release day launch for Jennifer L. Armentrout's WICKED! WICKED is a New Adult Paranormal Romance and the first book in Jennifer’s Wicked trilogy!


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WICKED Synopsis:

Things are about to get Wicked in New Orleans.

Twenty-two year old Ivy Morgan isn’t your average college student. She, and others like her, know humans aren’t the only thing trolling the French Quarter for fun… and for food. Her duty to the Order is her life. After all, four years ago, she lost everything at the hands of the creatures she’d sworn to hunt, tearing her world and her heart apart.

Ren Owens is the last person Ivy expected to enter her rigidly controlled life. He’s six feet and three inches of temptation and swoon-inducing charm. With forest-green eyes and a smile that’s surely left a stream of broken hearts in its wake, he has an uncanny, almost unnatural ability to make her yearn for everything he has to offer. But letting him in is as dangerous as hunting the cold-blooded killers stalking the streets. Losing the boy she loved once before had nearly destroyed her, but the sparking tension that grows between them becomes impossible for Ivy to deny. Deep down, she wants… she needs more than what her duty demands of her, what her past has shaped for her.

But as Ivy grows closer to Ren, she realizes she’s not the only one carrying secrets that could shatter the frail bond between them. There’s something he’s not telling her, and one thing is for certain. She’s no longer sure what is more dangerous to her—the ancient beings threatening to take over the town or the man demanding to lay claim to her heart and her soul.

Release date: December 8th 2014
Publisher: Self-published

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It was him. Green Eyes. Ren. That was his name. Now I remembered. I started to step forward, but he beat me to it. Moving as quickly as a damn snake striking, he caught my wrists. He didn’t yank my arms to my sides. All he did was hold my fists away from his face.

A lopsided grin appeared on those full lips. “Can’t say I’m entirely surprised you took a swing at me.”

“Then I guess this won’t surprise you either.” Leaning back, I shifted my weight onto my left leg, but again, Ren outmaneuvered me with a quickness that was sort of embarrassing.

He stepped into what would’ve been a fantastic kick and forced me back against the wall. Then there was nowhere to go, no space whatsoever. My back was against the building, and the entire length of his hard body was pressed against mine.

Son of a bitch.

As if he could read my mind, that grin spread and the dimples played peekaboo. “Now I think we can have a conversation without me ending up bloody.”

I blew out an aggravated breath. “I wouldn’t bet on that not happening.”

He chuckled, and the sound rumbled through me. I couldn’t even remember being this close to a guy since . . . since Shaun. “Look, I’m sorry for snatching you off the street like a kidnapper, but you were about to make yet another huge mistake.”

His apology was lost on me. “Make another mistake?”

“Yeah, like the one last night that ended with you getting shot.” He dipped his chin, and the yellow glow of the light attached to the wall above us glanced off his broad cheekbones. “I know what you were about to do.”

“I didn’t make a mistake last night. I was doing my job,” I spat. “And I doubt your job includes grabbing chicks off the street.”

“That would be a hell of a lot more entertaining, but the moment you thought you could engage that fae last night, you made a mistake. And you were about to do it again, you little ass.”

“Little ass?” I sputtered. “You grabbed me off the street like a serial killer!”

“And I’ve apologized for that even though you should be thanking me. I just saved your life, sweetness.”

Floored, all I could do was stare at him for a moment. “You’re insane.”

“I’m a lot of things, but today I’m your fucking saving grace.”

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About the author:

Author Photo#1 NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY Bestselling author Jennifer lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing. she spends her time reading, working out, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell Loki.

Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen. Her book Obsidian has been optioned for a major motion picture and her Covenant Series has been optioned for TV.

She also writes adult and New Adult romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

Find Jennifer on:

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Friday, 5 December 2014

Anomaly Blog Tour: Review + Giveaway

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Anomaly (Schrodinger's Consortium #1)! This was a great sci-fi read and I'm eager to see where the series goes. Thanks to YA Bound for letting me take part in this! You can see the full blog tour schedule here. Check out my review below and enter the giveaway!

Title: Anomaly (Schrodinger's Consortium #1)
Author: Tonya Kuper
Release date: November 25th 2014
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction
Format: eARC
Pages: 302

Source: YA Bound
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Reality is only an illusion.
Except for those who can control it…

Worst. Birthday. Ever.

My first boyfriend dumped me—happy birthday, Josie!—my dad is who knows where, I have some weird virus that makes me want to hurl, and now my ex is licking another girl’s tonsils. Oh, and I’m officially the same age as my brother was when he died. Yeah, today is about as fun-filled as the swamps of Dagobah. But then weird things start happening…

Like I make something materialize just by thinking about it.

When hottily-hot badass Reid Wentworth shows up on a motorcycle, everything changes. Like, everything. Who I am. My family. What really happened to my brother. Existence. I am Oculi, and I have the ability to change reality with my thoughts. Now Reid, in all his hotness, is charged with guiding and protecting me as I begin learning how to bend reality. And he’s the only thing standing between me and the secret organization that wants me dead…

Sci-fi with actual science involved, after so long! I loved all the physics and Big Bang Theory and Star Wars references in this book. I love the subject, especially quantum, so I was super interested in this. The fiction part of the sci-fi concept in the book threw me a little, but I ate it all up anyway.

Josie is a huge science geek, and I could totally relate to her in many ways. She has scientist parents, although her father is currently MIA. Josie's world starts changing when weird things happen around her. She thinks of something in her head, it happens, and she has a splitting headache after. Reid shows up at her school to explain everything to her, and what he tells Josie will turn everything upside down. He's supposed to be her mentor and trainer, but does Josie even have a say in what her life is anymore?

I liked Josie's snarky and kind of badass attitude. She's super powerful and I loved seeing how her character developed along with her powers. Josie has a lot going on in her life after she finds out what she is, and there's a huge burden of responsibility on her. The way she deals with it is admirable.

Reid was a little hard to like at first. Some things bugged me a little, like how he finds it so surprising that Josie knows about quantum physics. She's seventeen and she likes physics, of course she does! It's also normal to learn that stuff in high school, in physics lessons. Also, I wasn't too fond of how overprotective he is of Josie. I mean, she's pretty powerful and very independent, she doesn't need smothering. But apart from that I liked him. He's serious and moody but in the cool kind of way. He also has a connection to Josie that's easy to figure out quite early on, but it was a nice twist to the story.

The plot is intriguing and I'm excited to see where this series goes. There are shockers I didn't see coming, and I like the concept of Pushing and Retracting. Though not on par with other sci-fi debuts I loved, Anomaly holds its own in the YA world, where sci-fi is a major genre.

*Thank you to YA Bound for providing me with an eARC for review*

Rating: 3.5/5

About the author:

Tonya Kuper's debut, ANOMALY, the first in the Schrodinger's Consortium young adult sci-fi trilogy, releases November 2014 by Entangled Teen. She lives in Omaha, NE with her two rad boys and husband, is a music junkie, and a chocolate addict. Star Wars & Sherlock fan.

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