Anomaly by Tonya Kuper (Ebook)
This book is about a girl who suddenly can make almost anything appear. Anomaly takes place in present day, but there is a secret society of Pushers (those who can make anything inorganic appear) and Pullers (Those that can retract, or make things disappear). Occasionally among these people is born an Anomaly that can both Push and Pull. (Yup, our heroine is an Anomaly) She may be the most powerful anomaly the world has ever known, and they need to train her fast, because they need to get a top secret serum to the Vice President quickly, but there is another secret society that wants to stop them. (Okay, it’s a little more complicated than that, but this is the jist of it.)
I really enjoyed this book. The writing flows nicely and I felt completely engaged with the characters. My only nitpick might be that the big, scary job that they are training her to do didn’t really seem all that big and scary to me. And when they got there, there was this epic battle, but I wasn’t really sure why the main character HAD to be the one. (Especially since there were so many others there.)
Pushing that aside, this was a really fun read, and there is a double-edged twist in the end that really caught me off guard. Never saw either one coming.
So, yes, a thumbs up on this one. I will be reading and reviewing the next book, Enigma, shortly.
Book two just released, so no worries about having to wait to continue the series. And according to the author on Goodreads, this s only a two book series. So… ready, set, go! (She reaches for her Kindle and opens up the next book)
Love the author & her book! I invited her to our school literacy festival this past year too, but she was unable to make it. Hoping she can this year, and you too! It’s Thursday March 15th, if you can swing a trip to Southwest Florida 🙂
I’d love to come down one year, but SE-YA is the weekend before. Poke me in about a month and let me know the info. I thought you were Northeast FL for some reason.
Those covers immediately grabbed my attention! And the plots sounds very interesting as well, not like something I’ve read or heard of before. Definitely going to check these books out! Thank you!