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Preview — The Deviant Underground by Elisabeth Roseland
The Deviant Underground
Kathryn should be institutionalized or incarcerated.
That’s what happens to deviants - people born with unusual abilities. And if the government knew she can teleport and stop time, she can say good bye to her freedom. Not that her life is all that great anyway. Her inability to control her "gifts" forces her t...more
(Full disclosure: I received a free electronic copy of this book for review through Library Thing's Member Giveaways program. Also, trigger warning for discussion of rape.)
Kathryn is a deviant. Along with one half of one percent of the human population, Kathryn shares genetic anomalies with the mentally ill; but instead of causing anxiety or depression, these deviations give her special gifts. Kathryn has the ability to teleport and freeze time, while other deviants can communica ...more
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I really enjoy paranormal romance and thought this sounded a real treat, something a bit different from the usual stories.
Well, it's true it was different, but it seemed an odd mix of YA style writing with some sex thrown in. I felt for Kathryn, she's kind of a loner and then Susan befriends her. Her boyfriend is a jerk and Susan encourgages her to drop him and date her friend Sam. Tha ...more
Non mi é piaciuto molto questo libro perché il rapporto tra Kathryn, Susan e Charge ha qualcosa di profondamente disturbato e disturbante, inoltre anche se le premesse, per quanto molto simili agli X-Men, erano tutte lí affinché la storia fosse intrigante qu ...more
This started out really promising for me, but then it just lost my interest a bit. The first 15% were basically Kathryn dating someone and I didn't feel the connection between them, particularly when he then did something questionable. It's a shame because the world around Kathryn did seem interesting.