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About the book

My thoughts

Set in a world where people are created in groups for efficiency. Same age, same job, same face. Except when Dhalia 16 meets Trigger 17, she realises she’s not the same.

Being different is dangerous, and now Dhalia is on the run. With Trigger’s help the pair will navigate security to find out why she is an anomaly, and get far away.

Dhalia has lived a very sheltered life. This makes her very innocent in many ways. She takes risks and relies a lot on Trigger’s skills to help her escape. I enjoyed their romance and would be interested to see more.

It had a decent ending for book one in a series and left enough intrigue for the next book. It kind of left on a cliff hanger.

Read it for a futuristic technology filled dystopian world.



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