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When Synta watched her father glitch out and die right before her eyes, she had no idea the entire world died with him. And she didn’t care. All she wanted was for things to go back to normal. When another wave of glitches threatened the remaining population, all she could do was run. Howie is her best friend and a freak of nature. While Synta and the entire human population looked alike, brown skin, hair...everything, Howie’s caramel curls and emerald eyes made him a target. But he was still her only chance.
After the Uprising, the masses were microchipped by decree from the Sister Nations. Then one day, those chips become a liability. Rampant chip hacking and telepathic links were the catalysts to a worldwide ban on their use. Only the Resistance would recycle chips. Only Rebels would dare defy removal orders.
As one of those Rebels, Synta must keep her chip a secret from the Council, endure abuses no human should face, and get her little brother, Brooks, on the last ship off an angry Earth.
The Fifth Wave meets Life After People - the Great Glitch series will keep you guessing at every turn!
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By Sarah on 02-10-18
Great story idea
What if in the future instead of using computers and phones we each had a microchip to get us all the information directly into our minds? What if we could talk to each other though this chip across distances? What if someone decided that these chips were an evil in the world and corrupted them causing a large amount of the population to die?
This is the story of a girl who lived through this horror and how she and a few others made it though. This is a novel of the flaws and amazements of technology with a heavy hand of what would happen to society and the environment if a large part of the world suddenly die.
Toward the end there are some questions that I hope the author will wrap up in the sequel but as a stand alone novel it is entertaining.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review
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