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Enigma

(Schrodinger's Consortium #2)

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The highly anticipated sequel to Anomaly will be released the summer of 2017!

Worst. Road Trip. Ever.

Escaping with Reid Wentworth should have been fun, but how can I enjoy it when I just (accidentally) killed someone, my mom and brother are in danger, and the Consortium is trying to enslave humanity? (Yeah, they aren’t fooling around.) So feeling something for Reid Wentwort
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Paperback, 304 pages
Published July 3rd 2017 by Entangled: Teen
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Tonya Kuper Initially, it was supposed to be a trilogy, but it is now a duology - so only two books! The series will be complete when Enigma is released July 4,…moreInitially, it was supposed to be a trilogy, but it is now a duology - so only two books! The series will be complete when Enigma is released July 4, 2017!! :D(less)
Tonya Kuper It's supposed to be out this fall! The author (me) often times has no control of release dates. Hope you will pick it up when it comes out!! :)

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Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
*Spoilers for Anomaly*

Enigma was an entertaining conclusion to the Schrodinger's Consortium duology. It was fast paced, had an adorable romance, fun superpowers, and I couldn't help but like some of the new characters. I'm so glad I gave this duology a try, and I will definitely be picking up Tonya Kuper's future releases! Here are some of my thoughts on Enigma -

✮ A strong yet realistic heroine -
Anger seethed in my stomach as I watched thunderhead clouds billow from behind the mountain peaks. E
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Shelley
*Source* Publisher
*Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction
*Rating* 3.5

*My Thoughts*

Tonya Kuper's Enigma is the second installment in the authors Schrodinger's Consortium duology. Enigma is a story filled with deception, intrigue, plenty of action, and romance. As the result of protagonist Josie Harper's actions in Anomaly that led to a characters death, there is the distinct feeling that she and her trainer/partner Reid Wentworth are up against something they can't control without help. With the Con
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kariny v
Jul 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
*I RECEIVED A FREE ARC FROM THE PUBLISHER*
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One of the first things that really caught my attention was the amazing character development that Josie went through. In book 1 she was quite naive and innocent but straight away from this book, Josie's character is trying to deal with the consequences of what happened at the end of book 1. She's shaken and quite confused about herself but she works through it and even though
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D.M.
Jun 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Enigma is the second, and final instalment in the Schrodinger's Consortium series.


Josie and Reid are escaping on a road trip. Reid's main priority is to keep Josie safe, but decisions need to be made to keep her family, and others of their kind safe too. They choose to try and catch the hole (The inside man). It's going to be dangerous, but it needs to be done.


Just like book one, there is action, fantasy, romance, and a little sci-fi.


Josie and Reid's relationship needs to be on the low down bu
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Morris
Sep 03, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2017-reviews
After a long wait, it was nice to see what happened to Josie and Reid from “Anomaly.”

Unfortunately, I feel a little let down by the resolution. We got to meet secondary characters that were important but not very developed, and the ending seemed very rushed. To be honest, it was confusing to me. In spite of this, I did enjoy it, but not as much as I hoped. There seems to be an opening in the ending for possible further adventures, and I think that opening holds promise for more character develop
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Kelly
Jul 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017, paranormal
I liked the idea in this world of Pushing and Retracting things in this world. You have to have seen it and know it to really Push it. Some of the people can only Push (make it appear) and some can only Retract (make it disappear) , and there are those few who can do both. Both Reid and Josie are called Anomalies and they can do both. This is the conclusion of their story. So if you haven’t read book one, just know that there are spoilers below from Anomaly!

Josie is a little more different than
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Deborah
May 31, 2017 rated it liked it
*I received a eARC copy of this book via Netgalley but this hasn't effect my review in any way*

I really wanted to love this book, I loved the first book when I first read it a couple of years ago, and have been waiting patiently since for this sequel. I re-read the first book just before reading Enigma, and I have to admit it wasn’t as great as I remembered it, but I held out hope that with a few extra years the author would have developed and grown as a writer and as such the sequel would be be
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Lynsey   (A Bookish Life)

Hmm. Well this is awkward. I did not like this as much as the first book at all. It's making me want to go back and re-evaluate Anomaly. Was I just in a good mood? I don't think so. I honestly just don't think this was nearly as good or as entertaining. It was incredibly dull for the first three quarters, and then the climax at the end was both ridiculous and by then, too little too late.

We join Reid and thingy on their way to the HUB, which is the place Reid grew up fully aware of his Oculi abi
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Megan (Under the Book Cover)
Review also posted at: https://underthebookcover.blogspot.co...

Thank you to Entangled Teen, Tonya Kuper, and Chapter by Chapter Tours for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for review! All opinions are my own.

I read Anomaly not too long ago and ended the book feeling excited and interested in the sequel, Enigma. I was ready for more cool Anomaly powers and sassy, nerdy Josie, and hopefully some more about her parents, which may sound weird but I really wanted to learn more about t
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Sandra "Jeanz"
Jul 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing

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After reading Anomaly I was really looking forward to being able to read Enigma. I had some other titles to read and then finally got around to reading Enigma, and it felt like time and the book flew past whilst reading it. I was looking forward to catching up with the great characters of Josie and Reid, as well as finding out how Josie is coping with an awful act she had no choice but to commit in book one!

Josie is once again the main feature of this cover, though the background colour of
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AK Mama Reads
Jul 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
Expounding upon the world and characters which were first introduced in Anomaly, Kuyper's latest has us following Josie and Reid once again as they navigate the ups and downs of teenage life- with a few extra bumps thrown in due to them being Oculi.
Oh and you know, just the whole, running for their lives thing.  NO big deal.
Although it wasn't really much different as far as technique or style, sometimes I just felt less engrossed in this second part of the story.  I don't know if it's because of
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Bibliojunkies
Jul 03, 2017 rated it liked it
Sometimes you're not quite sure what you'll get with a sequel, especially one as heart-pounding as its predecessor. When it comes to Enigma there's no need to worry. The start gives you just enough time to gather your thoughts and take a few deep breaths before Josie and Reid have to run a few errands like find the mole within the Resistance and you know, save the world.

Josie has barely had enough time to absorb the full impact of how her life has turned upside down and now the fact that her fa
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Olivia
Jun 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc, favorites
Early copy from Netgalley. This doesn't affect my opinions or my review.

I've been waiting for this book since I finished Anomaly in September 2015 and it was 100% worth the wait. It exceeded all of my expectations and was honestly just an amazing read.

I don't know where to begin. Everything was fantastic. I loved Josie and Reid and their romance, and all of the new characters. I loved that Josie's normal friend Hannah wasn't ditched in the midst of the chaos. I loved that Josie and her mom were
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Roxanne
Jul 03, 2017 rated it liked it
Thanks to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for a copy of the eARC in exchange for a fair review.

Josie and Reid are back and everything is fraught with danger on top of it all she has to live with killing someone. Worse there is a traitor in the resistance and the Consortium is still after her. Her family is in danger and she had to figure it out before it is too late.

Her powers are continuing to develop as well, and living with and training with her boyfriend is making things even more difficult. So
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Melinda
Jun 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
What I appreciate most about Tonya Kuper's books, from a librarian standpoint, is that they are an easy sell. Enough action for the reluctant readers, enough sci-fi and fandom for the self-proclaimed geeks, enough drama for the romance fans. And the romance manages to be both steamy and PG (and models explicitly stated consent!!) - a tricky feat. My teens love this series, and I enjoyed getting to spend more time with Josie and Reid.
Lea
Jul 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Tonya Kuper ends her Schrodinger's Consortium duology on an a thrilling note with shocking and emotional revelations.

Thoroughly enjoyed. Review to come. :)

Review posted at: USA Today Happy Ever After Blog
Lovely Loveday
May 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
I found this to be a very interesting read. This book is full of suspense that will leave you wondering what will happen next. A true page turner that is hard to put down. The author does an amazing job creating a unique plot line and a group of characters that make this a truly amazing book. A real must read
Tricia (McAllister) Houseman
Aug 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
First things, First … I am giving this review in my HONEST opinion of the book. I received this book from NetGalley & was asked to give my HONEST opinion. (Which we ALL know I will do … right?)

Now I left off the Anomaly without telling you much of anything. Because if I had I would have spoiled so much of the story. But since this is book 2, I would HOPE you have read Anomaly … so none of this will be spoilers for you. So here goes A LOT of info.
Reid & Josie are now off on their own. The
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Katherine Paschal
Two weeks after the devastating events of book one, Josie and Reid have been on the move, trying to stay ahead of the mole in their organization that will take out everything they are trying to save. When Josie is given the option to stay with Reid and go to a safe house, or follow her family to the Resistance base where a mole is hiding, Josie has no choice. She decided to protect her family and bring the Consortium down, even if it costs her her life. This will be war and Josie will not back d ...more
Holly
Jul 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
I first read Anomaly in early 2015, a few months after it came out. I wasn’t sure what to expect based on the description (and because I hadn’t had much experience yet with how awesome Entangled Teen books are!), and I remember being very pleasantly surprised at how darn good it was. It had action, romance, believable-though-fantastical elements, and a kick-butt heroine – what more could I ask for? But wait, there’s more! It was also really smart, with a “super power” grounded in science, and lo ...more
Lorna
Jul 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
(RabidReads.com)3.5/5 Stars rounded up.A few years ago, I read and enjoyed Anomaly, by this author. It was a one day read for me, because it was just that good. And then I waited for the second book, checking periodically to see if it had been released. I was finally rewarded to see it was releasing soon and received a copy for review purposes from Net Galley.

Josie was a seventeen year old science nerd living in Florida with her parents and brother. Out of the blue she meets Reid and Santos, who
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Olivia Farr
Jun 19, 2017 rated it liked it
“Enigma” is the second and last book in the Schrodinger’s Consortium series. I enjoyed the first mainly because it had a little bit of everything- sci-fi, adventure, romance, science… but this second one fell a little short to me. I was hoping there would be a third that could redeem the series, but this one appears as though it will be the last! Here, we start with Reid and Josie on a roadtrip. When they hear Josie’s mother and brother are heading to the Hub, they decide to go to protect them, ...more
Nancy (The Avid Reader)
Josie hears that her mom and little brother are headed to the Resistance secret hideout so she and Reid decide to go there to protect them. Someone wants Josie dead so she is on the run with Reid protecting her with someone after Josie it puts her mom and little brother in more danger.

When they arrive at the secret hideout they discover that her mom and brother have not arrived yet. This puts Josie on edge wondering if they are ok and if she needs to go find them but alas they finally make it s
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Tween 2 Teen Book Reviews
Jul 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned
First Impressions

I read Anomaly at some point last year, and I've been excited for Enigma ever since! I picked up Enigma and I just devoured it! I started it one evening, and finished it the next morning! I was excited to get back into Josie and Reid's world. The beginning was a little rocky as I tried to remember all the terminology, but otherwise it was off to a great start.

Characters

While Josie and Reid share the main character role, Josie really shines as the lead. She has powers beyond imag
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Carrie
Jul 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2017
I'm not sure you can dive into this world at book 2 without having read book 1, but it almost felt like that for me, so - give it a shot if you want! There isn't much "catch up" work done in the book, so you're essentially on your own for refreshing your memory if you've had many books between #1 and this one.

Reid and Josie start the book on the run from the "bad guys." They're supposed to go on the run, but information about her family heading to the Resistance changes their mind. Sure, it mean
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Eva
in anomaly, josie's worldview changed entirely. she learned she had the ability to push and retract and affect the reality around her. she learned that when it came to fighting for her life, she could kill someone. she learned that she had greater reserves of strength that she could have ever imagined.

and in enigma it's going to take all those reserves to battle the mole that is destroying the oculi world from within. it's not just josie and her family that are in danger, it's the entire oculi w
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Michele(mluker) Luker
Jul 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The Force is strong with this second installment to the Schrodinger’s Consortium series..

Full of geek references, I was immediately pulled into this story. Full of deception, action, and just the right amount of romance, Enigma continues the world of the Oculi where Josie, Reid, and a new bunch of allies take on the Consortium. Trying to discover who the mole is, Josie finds her emotions running wild, trying to deal with this new life and the consequences that come with it.

It's such a fast read,
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Gabby (What's Beyond Forks?)
Jul 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Full Review at: What's Beyond Forks?

Enigma is the second and final book in the Schrodinger's Consortium duology by Tonya Kuper. Now, in this book we can finally get down to the meat and potatoes of what's going on. We still don't know who's safe or who we can trust this time around. People may not be who they seem. That definitely makes things tricky. Josie impresses me so much. Not because she has all this power, but despite this power, she's still flawed. She doubts herself. She panics. She ma
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Erika Maki (Maniacal Reader)
I really liked this book. In this book, a mole is after Josie in the Hub and the characters have to try to figure out who it is. The plot basically revolves around that. Josie is trying to develop her abilities, so she can defeat the mole and take the Consortium down. I also liked how Josie and Reid's relationship developed more in this book, and how they were always trying to keep it private since Reid is just supposed to be Josie's trainer. The dynamic between them is a mix of romance and humo ...more
Nikk the Sapphired Book Dragon
Enigma is the second book of the Schrodinger Consortium series and takes up shortly after the end of Anomaly (book 1). Reid and Josie are currently on the run from The Consortium and Josie is having trouble dealing with the fact she killed Santos. This is one of the first things I really liked about this book. Unlike many action stories, it didn't make the killing of enemies, even with kick ass powers, glamorous. Instead showing very real consequences and reactions to having , albeit accidentall ...more
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Tonya Kuper is the author of Anomaly (2014) and the sequel, Enigma (2017), published by Entangled Teen/Macmillan. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her two rad boys and husband, is a music junkie, a Star Wars fan, & all around nerd.

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