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Friday, April 14, 2017

Glitch by Ramona Finn

I was glued from the beginning!

My review:

This book starts with a disoriented young woman. She can't remember anything than she hears someone else and hurries to check out the situation and finds a young lady who appears to be harmed by a thing called s sentinal. She doesn't know what it is yet and instinctively saves the young ladies life. Soon she remembers who she is but doesn't yet know what to think about the strange harsh environment.

The story is fast paced and full of action as the main character Lib takes up with a hroup of rogues after learning she is a glitch. The world building is excellent, including the terminology. I felt like I was in the story. It switches from the Norm, a place where techs are and the AI controls. The glitches come from there after a single mistake. The rogues are humans who live in the harsh world outside the Norm.

This story is a sci-fi, a little dystopian, safe for all aged readers and several hours of enjoyment. 


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