Krista McGee's Anomaly is a chilling look into the future. Production, perfection, and harmony are the goals without the distraction of emotions, questions and love. People are now genetically engineered by "The Ten"(a handful of scientists who survived the nuclear war that destroyed the world). Marriage and love no longer exist.
People that becomes sick or experience emotion are considered anomalies. They are taken away and never seen again.
Thalli experiences emotion but manages to keep it under control. But she can only do this for so long. Once it is discovered that she's an anomaly, her life is in great danger. With the aid of her friend, Berk (a scientist), Thalli is kept as a test subject, of sorts. How long can they continue this charade and what does the future hold for Thalli and Berk?
I absolutely loved Anomoly. The storyline is compelling and incredibly unique. I normally don't care for sci fi but Anomoly had me in it's clutches on the first page. Thalli is richly described and beautifully flawed. Her ability to care for others and trust in this futuristic society is what makes readers adore her. I fell for both Berk and Stone, although appearances can be deceiving. The real shining star of Anomoly is the character, John. John is now in his 90's, yet he remembers the world before the nuclear war. He also knows the Designer (God) as his savior and teaches Thalli that there is more than "The 10". Much, much more. Their world is only the beginning.
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