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- Print Length: 165 pages
- Publisher: Anchor Group Publishing (July 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074862PVM
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Cool mutants with many different super powers. Some examples would be having a sonic voice, being able to control electricity, mind control, and super strength. The list just goes on and on. Now, I say “cool” and I mean it but for these people they immediately became outcasts. Families were torn apart as the Malies were forced to separate from their loved ones and live in a sectioned off area.
This area became known as the hive. The Anomalies were not treated as humans anymore and they were not allowed to leave. The borders of the hive were policed by soldiers and the only maly that was able to interact with the soldiers on a regular basis was Thia Kelly. Thia was the only maly that seemed almost unaffected by the TS901. It was unclear what her mutation was but she was the only one allowed to intercede for the Malies.
Thia knew beyond a doubt that life in the hive was unsustainable. The government was lying to the public and she knew that she had to expose them. Her first step in exposing the lies was to free Evan, known as patient #1, from the facility he was being held in. Through freeing Evan, she was going to prove to the public that the officials were lying and experimenting on the malies for nefarious purposes, not trying to help them. There was also the little fact that despite his abandoning her, Thia still cared about her ex-boyfriend and she was going to free him no matter what.
Leading a ragtag crew to break into a nearly impenetrable facility, Thia knows that this mission is risky but she knows that giving up in not an option. What she finds when she gets to the Hill is nothing short of horror. Just freaky and terrifying! She must put aside her feelings of trepidation and find her inner strength in order to complete this mission. Along the way, Thia will learn that in order to save her people she must come to grips with her own mutation and make some hard choices.
So, what was my favorite part? I have to say, everything! The malies, the superpowers, the government conspiracy, the struggle between right and wrong, and the whole angst of it all. Soooo good! There are plenty and twists and turns in this story to keep your imagination on high the entire time. TS901: Anomaly – Rise of the Rebels is an exciting and nail-biting blend of science fiction, paranormal and romance genre’s that will amaze you. I highly recommend this book!
This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Xpresso Book Tours. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
So I have read plenty of books by Stacey Rourke but Tish Thawer is a new author for me. So when I saw that Stacey and Tish were going to be co-authoring on a book I knew I had to see what it was about and if it was going to be any good. Now I just hoped that Stacey's sense of humor would find its way into the book because let's face it. With the wittiness that she gives her characters in her other books I can't find myself not reading a character who couldn't make me laugh. By the way both of the authors wrote Gigi so the way she is, is because of both authors!
My favorite character has to be Gigi. Why you may ask because she is kind of like a secondary character though she does play a role in the story she isn't front and center like Thia. It is because she has a smart remark for everything and she seems to be really smart, smarter than the normal humans without powers gives her credit for.
So Thia is a mysterious character because she has the anomaly that others around her has but yet we don't get to know about it until she has to save herself and more importantly her friends. The anomaly's are people with certain powers such as mind reading, dealing with electricity, feeling pain, among others. The humans feel that they need to be put into their own spot on the planet and no one is to really be bothered with them. How cruel right especially after the people got their powers from the water supply that had a certain chemical in it. So when Thia gets word that her boyfriend is missing she makes it her mission to find him. Though it will be way more than she bargains for, she will find out that he is being used for far worse things than expected! Thia with the help of her friends will try to defeat the government that did this to not only the super humans but to Evan who is Patient 1. So much goes on that it is hard to write a great review because I feel I will give so much away. Filled with plenty of action, humor, and much more this makes for a great darn story I hope that there is more where this came from because I want more.
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