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Perception by Lee Strauss
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Aug 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, arc, sci-fi, romance, received-to-review, young-adult
Read from October 12 to 14, 2012

Zoe's brother has disappeared. No one seems to be doing anything to find him or find answers to his disappearance. She can tell that secrets are being kept from her.

She is a GAP. She has been genetically altered to look close to perfection and to live to age 200. Her grandfather helped to develop the technology. Only the wealthy can afford the procedure, and they are an exclusive group. They created their own gated society and have the best of everything. A natural is looked down upon and must gain special permission to enter the city.

There is a mystery to be solved and Zoe is determined to get to the bottom of it. She recruits the son of their maid, Noah. Together they work, she inside the city and he outside, because he is a natural. She begins to understand the beauty of being different and not perfect. It doesn't take long for her to be attracted to him.

I really enjoyed this book. It is set in the future, in a technologically advance society. Lee Strauss did a great job of setting up the book and implementing her goal. The story flows well and is easy to understand.

I look forward to reading the rest of the trilogy. This book is a clean read with lots of kissing. :)

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