Anomaly

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Anomaly

Thalli has fifteen minutes and twenty-three seconds left to live. The toxic gas that will complete her annihilation is invading her bloodstream. But she is not afraid.

Decades before Thalli’s birth, the world ended in a nuclear war. But life went on deep underground, thanks to a handful of scientists known as The Ten. Since then, they have genetically engineered humans to be free from emotions in the hopes that war won’t threaten their lives again.

But Thalli was born with the ability to feel emotions and a sense of curiosity she can barely contain. She has survived so far thanks to her ability to hide those differences. But Thalli’s secret is discovered when she is overwhelmed by the emotion in an ancient piece of music.

She is quickly scheduled for annihilation, but her childhood friend, Berk, convinces The Ten to postpone her death and study her instead. While in the scientists’ Pod, Thalli and Berk form a dangerous alliance, one strictly forbidden by the constant surveillance in the pods.

As her life ticks away, she hears rumors of someone called the Designer—someone even more powerful than The Ten. What’s more, the parts of her that have always been an anomaly could in fact be part of a much larger plan. And the parts of her that she has always guarded could be the answer she’s been looking for all along.

Thalli must sort out what to believe and who she can trust, before her time runs out…

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Reviews

  • Cara Putman says:

    Thalli is different. And different is not good in the State that is left after a nuclear holocaust. But she feels deeply. She tries to hide, but she can’t. To avoid annihilation, she becomes a test subject. The story winds through her learning about the real Designer as she learns about love. This story scrapes away to the essense of what is important: God, love, freedom. The pages turn effortlessly…and the ending left me longing for the next installment. Engrossing read.

  • Wow. Just wow. If you are a fan of dystopian novels, young adult books, or just thrillers in general, this is a not-to-be-missed book. This would be an excellent story for a Sunday School book club or something similar. Really enjoyed it!

  • To me, this was a very sad story. No matter what Thalli did, she was in trouble and scheduled to die. Gosh, I sure hope that things don’t really turn out like this if we do have nuclear holocaust and just about everyone dies but a few hundreds here and there. Sounds like they screw things up pretty bad in the future.

    Who would want to live without love, without having children, without feeling anything? These people are made and programmed to run efficiently in small groups but they are never allowed to interact with the other people who live in this domelike existence.

  • My first thought after reading the first chapter of this book was “this book is weird!” After I read further in the book, I changed my opinion to it just being different, and actually enjoyed the book once I got past my first impressions.

  • As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive, as they are today. Genesis 50:20

    That is the Bible verse that lingered in the back of my mind while I read this book. While Joseph of Genesis and Thalli of Anomaly don’t have many obvious things in common, I see a common thread in their stories – men believed they were in control of both characters lives, but God was simply allowing them to be a part of the symphony He alone was composing.

    This is the first of a trilogy and Krista McGee has created a world and characters that are definitely compelling enough to have me eager to read the next two books.

  • An anomaly is something different from the normal, a deviation. What if you were that Anomaly? What if you had to hide what you were feeling and who you really were? This is Thalli’s story. Is she alone?

  • Normally, I don’t get excited about young adult novels or dystopian novels but Krista McGee has changed all that. I read this book in about a half a day, even with my children, this book is really that much fun to read. The first couple chapters were a bit slow moving BUT I stuck with it and I’m so glad I did because WOW! Thalli and the others in her pod don’t have parents, no moms or dads, because well – that was is primitive so the Scientists have devised a way to grow DNA into children and then once they’ve lived their years, are annihilated. No emotions – that includes love and anything to do with religion – are allowed.

    There are several twists in the book that I really, truly didn’t see coming – this was not a predictable book at all. Thalli is an anomaly. ……..

  • Buzz4mommies says:

    I have one word to start my review and it is Wow! This book gripped me at the very start and never let me go. I inhaled this book in just a couple of sittings and now I am on pins and needles until the next installment is available. There are so many young adult books out there right now that I just wouldn’t want my kids reading but this is something I would gladly share. It is part science fiction, part young adult, and part Christian fiction. I love that on top of the many twists is the idea that God creates all and even does in this dystopian future. I just can’t say enough good things about Anomaly by Krista McGee. This is a very special and unique book that is great entertainment for all as well as having a great moral theme.

  • In a world rules by silence and no religion of ANY KIND. People live in pods that are underground. This is where we start our story. I really loved this book! And I think that is saying something since I’ve been pagan for over 20 years. I never knew that a mix of Teen, Dystopian, and Christian all together could work so well! So if you think you won’t like it because its Christian. You are so wrong and should give it a try!

  • Anomaly completely met my expectations, as I ended up loving it. The story held my attention throughout and I loved the characters. I think my favorite character would have to be Berk, though John and Thalli were close runner-ups.

  • Really good, strong characters. Excellent example of Christian science fiction.

  • Setting itself apart from its peers is the Christianity Krista wove into this story. It was done effortlessly and with 17-year-old Thalli’s curious nature, it was not hard to believe she’d seek out who The Designer was and why He was more powerful than the Scientists who are now in control of their “below” world. Frightening in its underpinnings, the faith of Thalli and her consuming, beautiful connections to God – through music, is powerfully depicted and was probably the most emotional element in the narrative.

  • Alas 3 Lads says:

    Krista McGee has created a futuristic world where people are engineered without emotions. It is scary and difficult to imagine such a world. There’s a strong Christian influence to this story, which makes it very unique. Anomaly drew me in right away and kept me guessing as to who could really be trusted and believed.

  • What a super fast read! I started out dragging my feet with this book…the beginning didn’t grab me, and I wasn’t sure if I would be able to make my way through it. In the end, I was glad I stuck with it!

    While there were some confusing areas of this novel, I enjoyed the mystery behind it. Was Thalli in in a realistic world, or was she living a dream? Was anyone else around her real, or were they a type of robot? Oh my…trying not to give anything away with this review!

    Let’s just leave it at this…I give this book 4 stars, and would recommend it to anyone that is a sci-fi fan. This book (in a way) reminded me of the movie “Lock Out”, it had similar aspects to it. I am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series, but am afraid it is not due out for some time!

    **I received this book in exchange for my honest opinion**

  • Anomaly is a YA dystopian, post-nuclear war survival story. Yes, I hear your sigh. Another one?

    But guess what. This book was GREAT! The plot was well-developed, the characters believable, the concept possible, if not probable. And there was a twist at the end that left you wanting to know MORE! Krista does a wonderful job of being inside Thalli’s head as she blossoms into the creative, emotionally charged human The Designer meant her to be.

    This absorbing read for YA enthusiasts has a strong Christian worldview that doesn’t overpower or come across as preachy.

  • And we pause as we read Anomaly , and we praise God for creating emotion, for giving us the ability to Love, for presenting us with aching beauty, for the simple yet heavenly pleasure of looking up at the moon. We Praise God for His Son, for letting us know Him and call Him ours, for giving us His Word and His people to help us know him better.

    This world, where they hope for salvation-from-the-scientists, this hidden State ruled supposedly by ten enlightened men, this place where simulation can control the mind as easily as reality, it makes us pause and think about the meanings of things. Like every good story, your brain continues to wrestle with it after the book is “over.”

  • snidbits says:

    I loved this book but am bummed about waiting a year to see what happens in the sequel! It reminded me of the Matched series by Allie Condie or a little like the Divergent series by Veronica Roth – I guess the whole dystopian thing. I was surprised at how quickly I was pulled into the story, needing to keep reading to find out what happened next! Krista did a fabulous job of keeping me engaged and guessing until the very end.

  • From the first moment that I started to read this book I was hooked. It is the same story with a different twist. These people believe that just because someone is different they can actually treat them differently. I really enjoyed this book, one of both suspense and hope. I believe that readers of all ages will enjoy this book.

  • As much as the first chapter hooked me in, the last chapter left me breathless for more.

  • I really liked this futuristic novel for teens. It’s setting is post nuclear war. It’s society is controlled by The Scientists. It has a heroine, an anomaly, who feels emotions when all are supposed to be genetically engineered to be without them. It has the challenge of perception – is one experiencing reality or a created simulation of it? It has a hint of love in a controlled, loveless environment. And it has a clear presentation of the gospel. Well written, great sci-fi fiction for teens.

  • 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 still 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, though, is the character, John. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the relationship between John and Thalli develop and how he teachers her about the “Designer” (God).

  • I’m not a fan of dystopian works. “Anomaly” by Krista McGee however has given me a new appreciation for this genre.
    It does have the feel that things are just going to get worse (one thing I dislike about dystopian) or can’t get any better but then, wait! here’s a light shining in a dark tunnel. Or a silver lining to that storm cloud. There are enough twists and turns in this book also that kept me scratching my head and almost literally biting my nails.
    My teen daughter read the book after me and LOVED it. We’ve already got the next book on our wish list.
    Great job, Krista, on a well done YA dystopian book!

  • Anomaly by Krista McGee is a fascinating Young Adult / Dystopian novel that engaged me from the start and kept me intrigued until the very end.

    In Anomaly, Krista creates a bleak world full of complex characters that I grew to care about very much. The plot was full of surprising twists all along the way. Unlike most Dystopian novels, Krista even manages to weave a Christian message of hope within its pages as well!

    I highly recommend this book for both your personal and group reading pleasure.

  • Anomaly has a very interesting concept behind the story. What I found interesting as I read this book is how the 10 scientists have designed a society that relies on each other and ultimately on the 10 scientists. Within 3 generations the words (and knowledge of) God, His Savings Grace & Purpose, Love, Marriage have all been wiped out and each individual is designed to have NO emotions, feelings, illnesses and nothing can go wrong because if it does they will be destroyed.

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book although it wasn’t at all what I expected.

  • Blah!Another dystopian book…was my first thought when I received the book in the mail to review. These days, it’s hard to find anything other than dystopian literature for young adults.W.O.W!!Is all I can say right now. Anomaly is one of THE best books I’ve read in a long time.The story sucks you in and won’t loosen its grip until the very last page. I think what’s so realistic about this society, is that I can see we’re headed down this path–tampering with food to make sure it’s “healthy” for us, genetically modifying/creating people to be more resilient, “big brother” watching our every move to monitor and maintain orderliness of conduct, virtual reality simulators and learning “pads”…all of these issues and technologies are prevalent in the society that our characters live.

  • The book was very interesting and the story grabbed me from the very beginning. The twists, turns and tests that occur after Thalli’s anomaly is discovered by The Ten kept me on my toes.

  • I found this story very engaging and interesting! I enjoyed the characters a great deal and was quite intrigued with their story. I highly recommend this book as a great, clean adult story – or as a safe youth novel. I look forward to following along with this story in the sequel to come!
    This was an easy novel to get into and not so easy to put down!

  • I am so amazed by some of the new YA christian fiction that has been coming out. First with the Angles Eye’s trilogy by Shannon Dittemore and now with Anomaly by Mrs.Mcgee.
    To be honest, it took me a while to get into REALLY reading this book. Not because it was boring. It was FAR from boring. But from my own laziness. However, when I did finally get into it, I couldn’t put it down.

  • Where to begin? This book was amazing! I have read Krista McGee’s previous three novels and while I loved all of them this was by far the best. From the very first sentence I was hooked and couldn’t stop reading. The whole idea of the story was so cool and the execution of it was astounding. I was constantly surprised and never could quite guess what was coming next there were even times where I didn’t know what was real and not. The characters were just as intriguing as the plot and I loved Thalli and Berk, and also a secondary character named John. He was a really awesome person who it seemed like you couldn’t help but like! In summary this was a thrilling and amazing ride that left me quite anxious for book two. This author has definitely found her niche in dystopian.

  • I was so excited when this book came in the mail. I started reading it right away and had trouble putting it down. There are so many twists and turns including one at the very end that left me questioning the whole story…. the kind that makes you want to go back and read it all over again! This book is labeled as Juvenile, but I definitely enjoyed it and think other adults would as well. I love that for teens this book does have a little bit of romance but it is completely clean and appropriate. Great book!

  • Honestly, I had a hard time getting started in Anomaly, but once I got a few chapters in, it grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. Anomaly is about a post-nuclear war destruction society that is living inside a mountain and below the earth’s surface in a NORAD-like city.

    I really enjoyed reading this type of book written from a Christian perspective. In fact, I LOVED it and cannot wait until the next book comes out… I hope it doesn’t disappoint. McGee does a wonderful job writing the Word of God and love of God into this book in a way that it is not overwhelming or boring. Actually, it’s quite beautiful.

    I believe that Anomaly will be enjoyed by teens, young adults and mature audiences as well.

  • Anomaly is filled with mystery! Just when I thought I had the story figured out there was a twist I was not expecting. I was unsure at some parts as to what the reality was and what was real in the story. There were also times I was not sure who were the good guys and who were the bad guys! I was on the edge of my seat until the very end. What was Thalli’s reality? I did enjoy her bravery and even though she was fearful she pushed the fear down to seek the truth. Anomaly was an excellent read! I am looking forward to book two Luminary in July of 2014!

  • “Dystopia” – an imaginary society in which social or technological trends have culminated in a greatly diminished quality of life or degradation of values.
    Anomaly is a young adult novel which tells the story of a dystopian world. While the book was a little too “sci-fi” for my personal taste, McGee does an amazing job of weaving a story that involves your mind and emotions. The story is told strictly from the vantage point of a seventeen year old musician who struggles to make sense of what’s going on around her. I loved McGee’s character John and how she weaved the gospel into the story through his interactions with Thalli. While this isn’t my favorite genre, McGee has succeeded in making me want to read the next novel coming in July 2014 Luminary. What will become of Thalli, John, Rhen, and Berk?

  • Anomaly focuses less on the main character’s rebellion of the ruling scientific regime and more on each person’s innate longing to know our Creator. McGee has crafted an intense blend of science and faith that will fascinate even the most reluctant science fiction or fantasy reader. Anomaly is both and neither at the same time – because while the premise may be futuristic and technological, truth resounds within its pages.
    We are created to Love.
    We are planned with a purpose.
    We are not all the same – and those differences are in accordance to the above purpose.
    We are not meant to be in control, and rather than being scary, this can be a freeing discovery.

  • “Anomaly” by Krista McGee was an amazing book! I loved this book. I don’t even know where to start because this book reminded me of Divergent and that is one of my all time favorite books right now.

  • After a nuclear war has made most of the planet uninhabitable, a group of scientists called The Ten have taken refuge in a giant underground facility. They are genetically engineering future generations, creating life void of anything except productivity. Emotions have been removed to prevent questioning or strife, or even love.

    But Thalli is an anomaly. She has emotions, and recognizes at a young age that this sets her apart from the others. Realizing that it would mean her annihilation if the monitors noticed that she is different, Thalli becomes adept at hiding her feelings and acting the part of the obedient student, training to be a musician.

    The plot of “Anomaly” is full of twists and turns. Just when you think you understand what is going on, everything changes. What is real?

  • The book starts off with Thalli counting down the last few minutes of her life. What a hook! At that point, I knew I wasn’t going to be able to put the book down. Krista is an incredibly talented author. She managed to create an entire world in the future, develop characters that I adored, and tell a story with so many twists and turns I was never sure what was going to happen next. And the best part was that it all seemed so believable. Futuristic novels are usually hard for me to buy into because they seem so ridiculous, but I totally believed the reasons why this whole world was living like they were. I also loved how she creatively wove in threads of God’s character throughout the book—even though only one character even acknowledges God at the beginning.

  • Stories like this stretch my imagination with all sorts of “what if” scenarios. How would you share the gospel with someone who had never even heard of God? The plot was intriguing to me and I especially appreciated the bigger message.

  • I found that the beginning of this book was a little hard for me to get into, but after 3 or 4 chapters, it began to get more exciting. After awhile, I found it hard to put it down, eager to find out what was going to happen next! I think it would be great for a book discussion because of all of the different elements throughout the book. I loved that there was a distinct Christian message played throughout the story despite the fact that none of the characters were created to know God.

  • Anomaly is one of the best YA books I’ve read since The Hunger Games! It is in the same genre (dystopian) but it is also very obviously a Christian book as well.

    After I finished reading I gave it to my daughter to read and she pretty much devoured it in a day!

    We are both eagerly awaiting book two in the series! There isn’t much that I didn’t like about this book—really, the only thing that bugged me was that one of the character’s soap smell was mentioned a few too many times. Other than that this was a fantastic (and quick) read!

  • Krista McGee burst on the scene a couple of years ago with her fun, witty young adult novels. I was an instant fan. I grabbed her newest, Anomaly, without knowing anything about it other than it was written by her.

    Once I received it and started reading it I was disappointed because it was so very different than her earlier works. Creating an entire new world underground because of nuclear fallout? Not something I would have ever thought I’d be interested in. I loved it. The story was so well written that it captivated me from page one. I ached for Thalli and all that she went through.

    My favorite part were her interactions with the old man, John, who was hidden away on an upper level. The way he described the Designer (God) was beautifully written.

    I can’t wait for the rest of this series!

  • What a great read! The characters drew me in right away. The author did a great job of creating a world, and the characters in that world, that is believable and real. I fell in love with Thalli on the first page and loved seeing her world through her eyes. I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series

  • Teen dystopian novels with female protagonists are all the rage today, and McGee’s new series fits right in … but the difference is that she pulls in the truth of the Gospel, which leaves the reader with a hope that isn’t present in most of the novels in the genre.

  • Knowing how quickly we are creating our own virtual reality’s in video games, this one really took me by surprised and wondered just how far along are we really. This really does create a sense of what if, when you read this one and makes us question just how beneficial is technology in the future. How will this world survive if we found ourselves in the situation Krista created in this novel. This is definitely a novel that makes you wonder how you would handle creating a lasting remnant if given the chance. How much freedom would you allow people to have? I rate this one a 4.5 out of 5 stars and there’s even some discussion questions included for book groups or small group study.

  • Sara Ella says:

    Anomaly by Krista McGee is dystopian fiction at its best. Filled with suspense, forbidden love, and a futuristic society, Anomaly sets the stage for Krista’s exciting new series.If you’re anything like me, and by me I mean a “YA Junkie”, there’s no doubt you’ll love Anomaly. With just the right blend of romance, suspense, and Biblical truth, Anomaly is everything the young adult market needs today. In a culture where books for teens are growing increasingly distasteful, Anomaly is a novel parents can feel comfortable buying for their kids.

  • Fascinating. The underground world McGee has created… The difficult questions McGee doesn’t save her characters from… The Matrix-y intensity without the ickiness (Thank you, McGee!)… The twists and turns through the human mind… The romance that somehow survives and is as tender and fragile as one would expect in such a world… And the creative and simply powerful look at faith. All of it made for such an engaging story, and a great start to what’s sure to be an intriguing trilogy!

  • Anamoly will glue you to each page until the very end, with strong characters you want to learn more about, you will identify with Thalli as she searches to learn more about the Designer and what the means for her life.

  • Anomaly is captivating, intriguing, and absolutely awesome! From the very first page I was entangled into Thalli’s world. McGee writes in such a way that it’s nearly impossible to set the book down. The State is an inventive creation and is distinct from the many dystopian novels out there. I can only imagine the amount of time McGee put into it but I can say that every moment spent shines through beautifully.

  • Fans of the Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie and dystopian fiction fans in general wont want to miss ANOMALY by Krista McGee!!! This is definitely dystopian fiction at its best!!! This book exceeded every expectation I had for it. I love it!!! I cannot wait for book 2!!! Seriously, don’t miss this one. One of my FAVE reads of 2013!!!

  • Krista McGee, author of several young adult contemporary novels, tries her hand at young adult dystopian fiction. She creates a future world where nuclear war survivors live below ground. Scientists engineer life so emotions and sickness are eliminated, making everyone the same. Thalli, however, asks questions and feels emotions acutely, making her an anomality in a world where being different carries a death sentence.

    In Anomaly, Thalli manages to keep her emotions hidden until she experiences a piece of ancient music. So she is scheduled to die. A childhood friend and scientist in training, Berk manages to delay her execution with the excuse of using her to further scientific studies. Thalli meets a man who tells her about the Designer who created all life.

  • The IE Mommy says:

    Anomaly is a fantastic Christian fiction novel by Krista McGee that is well written with realistic characters and a very exciting and creative plot that carefully blends the themes of science and faith.

    Anomaly is a book about a seventeen year old girl named Thalli who lives in a post-apocalyptic world. Her entire life she has loved under the controlling regime known as The Ten. Thalli realizes she is different from those around her, and does her best to conceal this until the Ten discover her secret.

    Along the way Thalli finds John, the oldest human alive, who begins to help her understand that and ultimate Designer exists and possibly her ability to feel and love isn’t an anomaly after all.

    My favorite character was Berk, a young man who works for The Ten but is secretly helping Thalli and John and begins to understand the importance of the Designer for himself.

    I greatly enjoyed Anomaly and often found myself reading late into the night. It is a gripping dystopian novel that examines our desire to truly know our creator.

  • I think it’s cool how the author used a dystopian and futuristic world to show the importance of what God created and how altering the divine order in our lives makes us a bunch of clones of each other.

    We all need a purpose for our lives and given the right conditions, we will all, at some point, long for something better. We all make choices that make us who we are. Without emotion and love, we have nothing. Since God is love, it all ties together. I found the way the author tied that all together quite fascinating. I would consider this a high concept novel, though the concept if firmly based in a Christian worldview.

  • The relationship between Thalli and Berk is interesting to follow because in this world people do not form romantic bonds. To see him looking out for her and to wonder what would become of them kept me turning the pages. As the end of the novel drew near, an interesting plot twist through me for a loop and definitely has me intrigued for the next book in the series. I really can’t wait to find out what happens next! I would recommend Anomaly to anyone that enjoys books in the dystopian genre.

  • I loved the light romance, Thalli’s sweet, innocent character, and the twist at the end of that made me scream, “I need the sequel ASAP!” I will not be satisfied until I hold a copy of Luminary is my shaking hands. (which, sadly, will be in 2014. It’s only 4 months, right?)

    There really isn’t anything in this book I can complain about. The characters were all really well-written. The religious aspect to it wasn’t pushy at all. And there were no plot-holes!

  • I just finished one of the most captivating books I’ve read in a very long time! After forgetting I had it (I blame Tolstoy), I picked it up today while my kiddos were doing the last of their homework and I was glued to it until the last page. I’m afraid to admit that I didn’t even stop to go to the bathroom or get a drink, though I did take a short break to put my littles to bed and pray for them.

    This book is simply amazing! The writing style and the dystopian feel is very similar to the Hunger Games trilogy, and it seems this book will actually be the first in its own trilogy. I am terribly impatient knowing I’ll have to wait until July 2014 to read the 2nd part! The characters are so real, the plot has twists and turns the reader does not expect, and the ending is both a hopeful one a

  • This book. My emotions. SERIOUSLY. I can’t even begin to put into words how amazing this book is. When I first started reading it, I was a little confused, because this is a Christian book, but it is also very clearly dystopian, and I’ve never seen those two genres combined before. However, Krista expertly blends the two genres and the result is fantastic. The entire novel had me on the dge of my eat, and I literally did not want to put it down.

    The best (or worst) part of this book? The ending! Seriously, I sat in shock for a good five minutes once I finished it. The twist is completely not what anyone would expect, and the cliffhanger ending made me want to scream! I cannot wait for the next book in the series. I most definitely recommend this book! Get your hands on it asap!

  • WOW! I loved this book, easily one of my favorites from this year. As soon as I received it I dived in and was transported to this future world. I felt like I was on a roller coaster ride with all the twists and turns it took.

  • Anomaly will relate to young adults because I think we’ve all felt weird and different at times. Thalli goes through something that most teens can understand, trying to fit in, be more like others and less like herself. McGee does a good job of revealing the Designer, and of showing how everyone is uniquely special, and especially loved. So, all in all, I can’t wait for book two!

  • Anomaly by Krista Mcgee was gripping story that kept me hooked until the very last page. The story is not in Krista Mcgee’s normal style, but it still has her typical realistic characters, sweet romantic undercurrents, and well written plot line. Starting in on this book I was not sure what to expect; however, the plot line quickly pulled me in with its unique setting, spectacular twists, and unexpected character and plot developments. Overall, I found Anomaly to be quite different from Krista Mcgee’s previous novels, but I enjoyed the uniqueness and the flavor the storyline and characters as well as their introduction to God and His saving love and Son. I would highly recommend Anomaly to any reader looking for a provoking read set in a futuristic world.

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