Anomaly By: Krista McGee

Anomaly By: Krista McGee

The world has been destroyed by nuclear war, with the planet  left uninhabitable a group of ten scientists have created a new world underground, a society of engineered humans. They have each been created with a specific purpose and task to perform within the underground world. However, there are no emotions, no relationships, they complete their task and aim to be as efficient as possible.

Thalli is different, she asks questions, has a curiosity about the world that is looked down by others. For seventeen years she has managed to hide the fact that she is an anomaly, and now her life is in danger. Her days are numbered until the scientists are done using her as a test subject and decide that she will be annihilated. As she waits Thalli begins to hear stories about the Designer, someone who has a bigger plan for her life much bigger than she could have ever dreamed of.

If you are a fan of The Hunger Games, Divergent, Farenheit 451, and other dystopian books you must read Anomaly! McGee approaches the dystopian books from a Christian perspective.

Anamoly will glue you to each page until the very end, with strong characters you want to learn more about, you will identify with Thalli as she searches to learn more about the Designer and what the means for her life.  The only negative about this book is you will have to wait until next summer to read the second one.

This book is a must read for everyone’s reading list.


I received this book complimentary from the publisher through Litfuse Publicity. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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