An un-putdownable thriller for fans of Uglies
When a crash kills their father and leaves them orphaned, Zel knows she needs to protect her sister, Dyl. But before Zel has a plan, Dyl is taken by strangers using bizarre sensory weapons, and Zel finds herself in a safe house for teens who aren’t like any she’s ever seen before—teens who shouldn't even exist. Using broken-down technology, her new friends’ peculiar gifts, and her own grit, Zel must find a way to get her sister back from the kidnappers who think a powerful secret is encoded in Dyl’s DNA.
A spiraling, intense, romantic story set in 2150—in a world of automatic cars, nightclubs with auditory ecstasy drugs, and guys with four arms—this is about the human genetic “mistakes” that society wants to forget, and the way that outcasts can turn out to be heroes.
Okay i wasn't super sure about this book, it sounded very sciencey and i wasn't sure how well i was going to like it. In the end I did enjoy the story, but one thing that i found very annoying was the fact that Zel (the main character) had a hard time listening to what she was told to do. Just think of Tris in Insurgent. That's Zel in this book. That fact kind of annoyed me, so i wasn't really sure what I wanted to say about this book except that there needs to be a sequel! It had a good ending but i just want the story to keep going you know? Either way in the end I would recommend this to anyone looking for a faced paced book with the science side to it.