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Anomalies

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In the future there is no disease. There is no war. There is no discontent. All citizens are complacent members of the Global Governance. But one summer is about to change everything.

Keeva Tee just turned fifteen. All of her dreams are about to come true. She’s about to make the trip to Monarch Camp to be imprinted with her intended life partner. One day they’ll have perfect kids and a perfect life. But in her happy, carefree life in the Ocean Community, something weighs on her mind. She hears whispers about “anomalies”—citizens who can’t be imprinted. No one knows what happens to them, but they never seem to come back.

When Keeva arrives at Monarch Camp, her worst nightmare becomes a reality—she is an anomaly. After they are imprinted, the people she loves begin to change, and she starts to doubt everything she’s ever believed. What if freedom and individuality have been sacrificed for security? And what if the man who solves all the problems is the very man who’s created them—and what if he isn't a man at all?

When Keeva finds a warning carved under a bunk bed she begins to understand: Nonconformity will be punished, dissent is not an option, insurgents will be destroyed.

336 pages, Hardcover

First published January 26, 2016

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Sadie Turner

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Sadie Turner is a Los Angeles-based producer and writer originally from Brighton, England, who works in business development with several Hollywood entrepreneurs. She has various projects in development, and also teaches yoga.

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Author 14 books707 followers
July 15, 2017
De ce nu există informații despre al 2-lea volum? Nu se poate termina așa.
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4,759 reviews286 followers
March 25, 2016
I am a fan of Dystopian novels and those society type books like Delirium and Divergent, so when I read the blurb of Anomalies - I was there , I knew I would love it. Then of course , as I opened the book I started to have doubts as the first few pages were filled with book praises and endorsements and not by bloggers but famous people like Randy Jackson and Pamela Anderson etc. This made me falter a bit as I thought it was overkill to have all these celebs endorsing the book - I often find it unnecessary as if your book is awesome, then you don't need to bother with endorsements as it can stand by its own efforts. However as I got reading , my mood perked back up as I was sucked into the vortex of Anomalies and loved the book from finding out about what happened at the camps when they were five to now at fifteen and I was hoping that Keeva would be reunited with her sister -one day . Without giving any spoilers away, I had a feeling about who her sister would turn out to be. I can't really go on anymore about the book as it would give the storyline and plot away, but I will finish with if you loved the series Delirium , Divergent and Ally Condie's Matched series then you will love Anomalies by Sadie Turner and Colette Freedman.
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April 18, 2017
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A trecut ceva vreme de când n-am mai citit o distopie şi pot să spun că într-un fel mi-era dor, deşi nu ştiu de ce. Nu e ca şi cum n-am citit atâtea serii şi deja m-am obişnuit cu firul narativ, cu tiparele, cu întorsăturile de situaţie şi cu toate felurile de caractere, ce e imposibil să nu le întâlneşti în orice carte. Însă, cărţile astea au ceva, un ceva ce-ţi dă aşa o stare de bine, te fac curios folosind elemente şi situaţii ce poate le ştii deja pe dianafara, însă nu te sufocă cu o mulţime de detalii sau lumi prea complicate, cu tehnologii ce nu le înţelegi şi nici nu trebuie să ajungi în spaţiu sau pe altă planetă ca să simţi că totul s-a întors cu susul în jos. Deşi nu e o comparaţie potrivită, aş zice că e un fel de lectură complexă pentru leneşi. *nu daţi cu roşii, vă rog!*

Şi când zic că e pentru leneşi nu spun că nu e ceva bun, ci dimpotrivă. Pe cât e de scurtă şi de simplist scrisă, te prinde imediat şi nu o mai laşi din mână până la final. Personal am citit-o în două ore şi mi-a părut rău când s-a terminat, pentru c-am zburat prin poveste mai repede decât voiam. Nu e un roman cu limbaj greoi şi nici foarte multă descriere, însă n-are nici prea mult dialog, totul fiind destul de echilibrat şi făcându-te să te simţi acolo, cu acele personaje şi în acele momente. Ceea ce nu mi se pare atât de uşor de realizat, indiferent de genul sau de numărul de pagini al unei cărţi.

Dacă aţi mai citit distopii, aşa cum am făcut şi eu, atunci întorsăturile de situaţie şi intriga n-o să vă surprindă prea tare, căci nu sunt elemente noi şi nici autorii n-au încercat să jongleze prea tare cu ele sau să le întoarcă pe dos, însă scriitura şi personajele fac povestea să fie proaspătă şi să simţi, măcar când o citeşti, că e ceva nou. Iar dacă n-aţi mai citit distopii, atunci acest roman e alegerea perfectă: e scurt, te face curios, personajele sunt destul de realiste şi te ataşezi uşor de ele, dialogul e uneori intrigant, alteori amuzant, iar finalul te face să vrei mai mult.

Şi legat de final... credeam că nu e serie sau trilogie, căci nu scrie nicăieri sau n-am văzut eu asta. Însă nu este, pentru că finalul ridică destule întrebări şi n-are cum să se încheie aşa, nu? Nu? Ar trebui să mai fie cel puţin o carte sau măcar o nuvelă ca să primim mai multe răspunsuri, altfel mi se pare că s-au strofocat personajele pentru... nimic. Dacă aţi citit cartea, atunci eu sunt curioasă, voi ce credeţi? Sau, vi se pare că finalul acela e de ajuns?

Per total, deşi a fost o lectură scurtă, mie mi-a plăcut şi cred că e perfectă pentru zilele ploioase când vrei ceva scurt şi care să te prindă, sau o carte pe care o poţi strecura uşor în geantă când mergi la plajă. Şi nici nu trebuie să vă placă distopiile ca să o citiţi, ci poate ar fi şi mai bine dacă n-aţi citit atâtea, ca să vă bucuraţi cu adevărat de ea. Plus că personajele, dialogurile, înţepăturile, intrigile, minciuna, setea de răzbunare, dorinţa de a evada şi a face ce vrei, sunt întâlnite oriunde şi oricând, şi dacă nu te concentrezi aşa tare pe faptul că lumea e împărţită sau că acum multe ţări şi continente nu mai sunt... poţi foarte uşor să-ţi imaginezi că e doar o poveste cu nişte tineri într-o tabără.
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1,878 reviews1,311 followers
December 26, 2016
Keeva lives in a world where there's peace. People are content and obedient. There are no diseases and advanced technology is what keeps the water clean and the people carefree. All of that has been made possible by Sobek's technology. There are several different communities where they can do the work that suits them. Keeva lives in the Ocean Community. She loves it there and at fifteen she's ready for the rest of her life to begin. She and her friends will go to Monarch Camp where they will be reunited with their life partner. Imprinting is the most important event in people's lives, it means a perfect relationship with the ideal partner.

For Keeva things don't go according to plan though. The beautiful blue eyed boy who's supposed to be hers isn't at the camp. Together with two other girls and four boys she is an Anomaly and she won't be imprinted with someone. She notices her friends change straight after the process and all of a sudden she's completely alone. What's supposed to become of her now that she can't be like everyone else and what happened to her friends who have completely lost their personalities and their ability to think rationally? Sobek rules the world and he's training his son Calix to be his successor. Is he really the person who brought tranquility to the world or is he actually calculating and power hungry?

Anomalies is absolutely fantastic. If you like Science Fiction and Dystopia you will love this book. It's a mix of a completely new society in the future and fascinating life forms. It's a combination that works. I was amazed by the completeness of the descriptions and could easily picture Keeva and Calix's worlds. It's obvious that the authors are creative and intelligent. They've thought through every action and all possibilities. That makes the story a lot of fun to read.

Anomalies is a gripping story and it kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading. It was interesting to see what would happen to Keeva, to find out why she's an Anomaly and what her plans are for the rest of her life. She makes allies, leaves her safe world behind and becomes a badass heroine. I enjoyed reading about that process. There are also plenty of good secrets to be revealed, which made me curious and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough.

Anomalies is being told from two points of view, Keeva's and Calix's. It's a great combination, because it gives insight in both the way society works and the way it's being ruled. It's a compelling idea which is executed very well and I loved the world building. The writing is excellent and the story is a thrilling roller coaster from beginning to end. I can't wait to read the next book. I'm curious to see how the story will continue. I highly recommend this book, it's high on my favorites list of the genre.
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45 reviews2 followers
February 10, 2016
I lost 2 days of my life to this amazing book because I could NOT PUT IT DOWN. I read a LOT. Copious amounts and appreciate YA as much as the next "grown up"- this was so SPECIAL though. Original, intriguing, never precious. So well constructed. I dare you not to get caught up in it's wonder. HUGE FAN- my only critique is that there isn't a SERIES to delve right back into. MORE, MORE, MORE!
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205 reviews8 followers
November 22, 2017
"Satisfacția aduce fericirea, iar fericirea aduce pace."
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10 reviews1 follower
February 15, 2016
I was consumed by this book! It's fantastic futuristic elements combined with a kick ass female character at the helm, made it not only a page turner, but an inspiration. I read constantly and rarely pick up a YA novel. However, having read all of Colette Freedman's books, I gave it a try. This book is not just for young adults, clearly! I got so caught up in the possibilities of Keeva's world that I imagined myself there. A fantasy and an escape that got me caught up in this world of no disease and no war, with a heavy price to pay. Each chapter alternates between good and evil. I only wish there was a sequel!!
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Author 5 books17 followers
December 10, 2016
With all the positive reviews talking about this being an unputdownable page-turner that will keep you entertained for two days, this review is to say that it is rubbish and only takes a few hours to read.

It had the lamest twist ever and we're probably just lucky that the characters weren't wearing tin-foil hats and discussing crab people living in the hollow Earth. Straight out of the conspiracy theory nutter handbook.

Presumably the sequel will have mind-control chemtrails being sprayed by the shape-shifting reptilian overlords who have taken the form of world leaders and celebrities because reasons.

NB: posting review on behalf of my partner.
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635 reviews29 followers
September 19, 2017
A dystopian speculative fiction that falls on its face due to poor world building, flat characterization, and a mystifying buy-in to just about every popular trope in the genre. Strict classification of people, childhood trauma brain washing, mates chosen by the will and process of an autocratic ruler (who just happens to be an alien). At first I thought the undemanding YA reader would eat it up, but I continued to read, I began to think I needed to give the teens more credit for having some discernment.
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70 reviews6 followers
July 15, 2016
To read or not to read: Don’t read. I was hugely disappointed by this book as the blurb made me really keen to read it. At first, it reminded me of Divergent and then I couldn’t get that thought out of my head. Whilst it was fairly well written, it really didn’t do anything for me.

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714 reviews47 followers
August 7, 2019
Dupa Jocurile Foamei, Divergent, Delirium si Defecti credeam ca nu voi mai gasi o distopie care sa imi placa, însă iat-o! Anomalii are tiparul perfect de distopie, tipar pe care il intalnim in toate cartile mai sus mentionate. Un conducător cinic, nemilos, care își urmărește scopul propriu, o națiune îngenuncheata si plina de restricții si o mana de revoluționari (in frunte cu o fata adolescenta) gata să salveze omenirea. Deși tiparul este acelasi, scrierea mi s a parut mai profundă. Multe metafore, multe fraze cu subînțeles, multe chestii care reflectă societatea din ziua de astazi si drumul pe care ne îndreptăm negreșit spre pieire.
Mi au plăcut personajele, mi a plăcut intriga si acțiunea cărții dar pt mine, iubitoare de cărți pline de mister și comploturi, mi s a parut usor previzibilă. N a fost nicio surpriză, dar mi a plăcut să urmăresc drumul spre ceea ce se dorea a fi salvarea lumii.
Bineinteles ca sunt si lucruri care nu mi au plăcut. Cartea nu are final. Am terminat de citit si am ramas ca tampita cu ochii pe ultima pagina. Atât? Si mai departe? Probabil că au lăsat finalul deschis tocmai pt a construi o continuare o poveștii... altfel... toata cartea ar fi degeaba.
Nu scrie nicaieri ca exista si un viitor vol 2 dar eu sper sincer sa l scrie. N ar avea sens. Și e păcat. Pentru cat de mișto e povestea, cum se întrepătrunde fantasy-ul cu S.F. -ul, pt cat de original e subiectul (chiar dacă are stereotipurile mai sus mentionate, e diferit) chiar are nevoie de o continuare.
Ii voi da 4 * si nu pt ca nu mi ar fi placut suficient sau pt ca nu cred ca merita 5, ci pentru că sunt frustrată ca n am primit un final.
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235 reviews23 followers
June 13, 2017
„Anomalii” m-a făcut să spun: „Îmi place S.F.-ul!”. Nu credeam să-mi placă atât de mult un S.F. Am mai citit până acum cărți aparținând acestui gen, dar nu se forma acea conexiune de care vorbeam mai sus.
„Anomalii” este o carte extraordinară și țineți cont, eu nu laud ușor. Sunt cusurgioaică rău. Probabil mi-a plăcut și pentru că partea de S.F. este doar o poleială, un pretext pentru adevărata esență, mult mai profundă. „Anomalii” nu este doar un roman S.F.; este despre lume, viață, planetă, regimuri politice, dictatură, conformism. Este un roman distopic.

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872 reviews16 followers
June 24, 2016
Yesterday, I saw a post on Facebook from someone asking if the wave of young adult dystopian fiction is over, has run its course. It isn't surprising that the question would be raised since the dystopian subgenre of science fiction, often blended with post-apocalyptic, has been extremely popular for quite some time, especially in the young adult field. As we know, very popular trends in fiction often wear themselves out, becoming sort of faddish and trendy, and we readers get tired of them in direct proportion to how many authors and publishers jump on a particular bandwagon.

Having thoroughly enjoyed Anomalies by Sadie Turner and Colette Freedman, I can comfortably say there are still very good YA dystopian tales to be read.

The concept of one omnipotent world leader is certainly not a new one---the Bible's Antichrist has been pictured in such a role many times as have other characters that usually have very nefarious intent---but it's always interesting to me to see how authors will develop such antagonists. Ms. Turner and Ms. Freedman did a fine job of bringing Sobek Vesely to life with all his hidden menace and he definitely caused the creepy crawlies for me. Sobek is a cult leader of the future.

Keeva is a young teen who finds herself strangely at odds with the way things are supposed to be and her growth as a resister to conformity comes naturally. I loved watching this girl grow up almost overnight because she had no choice and some of her companions are equally as engaging

Worldbuilding is as strong in this novel as I've seen in quite a while and I had a comfortable grasp on how humanity came to be in such a situation, the divisions of work communities (labor), the arranged partnerships that come about through Monarch Camp and the devolvement into a Stepford-like mentality once the people reach the age of citizenship.

There are threads of religion mixed in with science fiction but the message that comes across most strongly without being too heavily intrusive is the need for people to recognize when conformity has gone too far. Certainly that can be said to apply to teens coping with rampant conformity in high school but adults can easily fall into the same traps and it's our tendency towards conforming that makes Anomalies such a compelling read. The second book can't come fast enough ;-)
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524 reviews19 followers
April 25, 2016

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What would you give to live in a world free of war. A world no longer plagued with disease and to never know what hunger felt like. A world like that would be something to see. That's the world Keeva lives in, but of course nothing is ever what it seems.


I have to be honest I was a true fan of Keeva she annoyed me at times with her self doubt than the quick 180 I can conquer world all by myself. Her maturity had me questioning how old she actually was and maybe I was reading a flash back. As things progress and she started to witness the world transform before her eyes I started to appreciate her ignorance.


Throughout Anomalies we were given a glimpse into the saw world of Calix, who happens to be the leader of Sabbatical City son. I was somewhat disappointed that he didn't have a larger presence in the story, but what he lacked he made up for by keeping me well intrigued.


Anomalies put me in the mind set if Divergent or something similar. The writing was very detailed and suspenseful which kept me turning the pages. I will admit there were times when the story took the scenic route. The secondary characters added life to the story. I'm convinced a few of them could carry their sub story.


Sadie’s and Colette’s creative minds have honestly created a world that makes you question things and wonder. Like many I will be anxiously awaiting the sequel.


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241 reviews33 followers
October 16, 2021
"— Ai ochi triști, Keeva. Ochi triști care te vor ajuta să observi lumea și adevărurile din tine însăți."

Când fiecare cetățean din această lume din viitor împlinește 15 ani trebuie să se reîntoarcă în Tabăra Monarch pentru a se reîntâlni cu partenerul de viață (desemnat fiecăruia când avea cinci ani). Keeva face parte din comunitatea Oceanică și împreună cu prietenele ei abia așteaptă să își reîntâlnească viitorii iubiți. Dar când Keeva află că este o Anomalie, prietenele ei parcă o uită și chiar conducătorul întregii lumi, Sobek Vesely, va deveni interesat de ea și de celelalte Anomalii. Curând, Keeva va fi prinsă într-o aventură care o va pune în prim-planul unor secrete mondiale.

"Anomalii" e o carte scrisă de două autoare și e standalone, din păcate — deoarece are final deschis. Am dus un război greu cu această carte la început, dar a devenit interesantă pe parcurs. Mi-au plăcut detaliile SF, dar worldbuilding-ul nu avea uneori logică asemenea cu alte detalii ale cărții. Vocea protagonistei mă enerva deseori, foarte multe aspecte ale cărții erau repetate până într-un punct în care efectiv am disperat. Chiar și alte personaje erau neinteresante, cu toate că mi-a plăcut de Sobek — un antagonist foarte fain (și nebun).

Overall i-am dat 2,5✨, nu e o carte wow, dar dacă sunteți la început cu SF-ul (și treceți peste detaliile ilogice) poate vă va plăcea.
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73 reviews5 followers
February 10, 2016
OK, I'll admit it. I read the book in one sitting. It was a page turner, for sure. Heroine Keeva lives in a dystopian future where society has been divided by aptitude, quite like the world of "Divergent," but the twist here is that the post-nuclear apocalypse world peace is organized to further the evil designs of an alien overlord with a conflicted heir. The teen emotions felt spot on, and the thematic issues of free will, individuality and identity are all just the kind of thing that drive YA lit. I predict great success for this collaboration between Sadie Turner and Colette Freedman, and am eager for the sequel.
1 review
May 18, 2016
A fast-faced, gripping story that centers on a modern heroine much like Katniss and Tris...fighting for and finding her autonomy and sovereignty in the face of great opposition. If you're a fan of Hunger Games and Divergent you'll love this book. Highly recommend. Book one of a series. Hopefully book two will be out SOON! :)
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120 reviews
June 6, 2016
If you want a book that you don't want to put down, then this is the book. The plot is compelling and is well written. As a reader, you are drawn into this peaceful society. It isn't until the revelation of the anomalies, that have you rethinking this peaceful society. I am totally looking forward to a sequel.
1 review
February 10, 2016
Such an incredible read! I couldn't put it down! The intriguing, well developed characters and imaginative, futuristic concepts kept me completely hooked! I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It will definitely be the next biggest thing in literature. You won't be disappointed!!
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February 14, 2016
Stayed up all night reading this YA Dystopian book. I loved how tough Keeva was and the alternating chapters kept the book paced perfectly. This is like a cross between Divergent and Matched with great characters, strong dialogue and a compelling storyline. Would recommend for kids 13 and up.
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February 15, 2016
I'd read previous books by Colette Freedman and was impressed, so I jumped at the chance to read this one. Usually the dystopian thing isn't for me but I found this story completely captivating. The characters are compelling and the story elegantly constructed. Definitely recommend!
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February 23, 2016
Really great YA novel! A fast-paced, fun, and engaging read. I can't wait for the next one!
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250 reviews37 followers
June 28, 2017
Recenzia completă pe blog: http://andreeapandelea.blogspot.ro/20...

„Manipularea din carte, puterea ce pare a fi atât de mare și greu de doborât, viitorul pe care îl pregătește acest bărbat ce nu are de gând să lase totul în acel stagiu, cruzimea cu care atacă la interior și pe care o sădește în mulțime din fragedă pruncie și modul prin care reușește să intimideze toată gloata, îți amețește creierul să îți dorești mai multă forță din partea celor care nu se conformează ideilor lui. Aproape că am trăit împreună cu personajele toate acele scene mai mult sau mai puțin plăcute, aproape că îmi venea să urlu când realizam unde era implantată trădarea și cât de greu era să ai încredere în oameni și cât de ușor se putea spulbera viitorul pe care ți l-ai pregătit cu atâta bucurie. Anomalii este categoric o carte care privește mai adânc decât mi-au oferit alte cărți de genul și arată că frumosul poate ascunde orori, tragedii, dar și speranțe ce pot fi înlăturate cu atâta ușurință.”
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116 reviews4 followers
July 14, 2017
Îmi plac distopiile în general și nici aceasta nu m-a dezamăgit. Cred că ar merita introdusă în programa școlară alături de "1984". Până nu devine ilegal să gândim cu propriul creier.
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301 reviews12 followers
October 24, 2016
Review also posted at http://underthebookcover.blogspot.com...

Anomalies captured my attention from the moment I saw the name. The cover and the blurb only made me want to read this book even more and I am so happy I got the opportunity to read it. It has a very interesting plot, strong characters, and has such great writing that I had a hard time putting it down. When I finally got to the end, I was prepared for so much more reading and I am eagerly awaiting a sequel! Like, I could use it now.

"Even though he is surrounded, Sobek Vesely stands out in his small crowd. He is a head taller than his bodyguards and is unafraid to smile. As he bobs his head up and down, acknowledging everyone, it doesn’t take me long to realize that the smile is a lie."

There was a war that destroyed almost the entire world called the Great Technology War. Several countries tried to destroy each other and it lead to the melting of the ice caps in the North Pole, which caused South America, Europe, and Antarctica to sink. The only remaining countries were Asia, Australia, and Canada/United States with only 11 of the original states. After the war, people began to get sick and all of the water sources were polluted with toxins. Along comes Sobek Vessely, and he helps to save the world from extinction. Sobek has created a technology to help the remaining countries survive, but will only agreed to integrate his tech into the world if he was appointed the world leader. This technology was called the Third, which is a small diamond that is implanted in the center of the forehead used to monitor and track citizens all over the world.

Definitely doesn't sound like anything bad is going on with these Third devices, huh?

Once Sobek took over, he implemented the Intended system, along with communities and Monarch Camp. Camp starts when you're 5 years old and you meet your future intended partner. When you turn 15, you return to camp to reunite with your Intended and receive a butterfly tattoo in the colour of your future community. There are six communities: Labour, Agriculture, Ecosystem, Renewable Energy, Ocean, and Academic. There is also a separate group called Protectors, which are an elite group of people hand chosen by Sobek. Once Keeva's friends become reunited with their intended, they begin to change. They become complacent and act nothing like they used to, spending all of their time with and talking about their intended.

I'd like to leave it there, as I feel like going farther into detail will give away far too much about this amazing book.

"And, remembering how much Blue and I had laughed when we illegally painted our nails, I want to celebrate the uniqueness. I cannot understand why people should be defined by one color when there is a rainbow of possibilities."

The only potential "downside" to this is that there are multiple points of view, but it doesn't take anything away from the book. I really enjoyed getting to read two different sides of the story, although I enjoyed Keeva's side much more. The character development of Keeva was so much fun to read about. She went from wanting to conform and be the same to being okay with feeling different and wanting to stop Sobek from controlling the world. She is without a doubt my favourite character with Zilli being my second.

I had such a hard time putting this book down that even when I got to the very end, I wasn't ready to let go. I am so eager to get a sequel because I need to know what happens to Keeva and the world and how Sobek plans to retaliate and I just have so many questions that need answering! It didn't take me long to fall in love with the characters and the world and I really can't wait until the next book comes out!

Never mind the fact that this book has just recently come out and I will have to be patient until the sequel is released.

If you enjoy sci-fi dystopian books with strong characters and beautiful world building, then please check out Anomalies. I can honestly say that I enjoyed this book from start to finish and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new book to read!
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