A book about self discovery and deciphering truths from lies in a world where Sera’s life has been all made up, she doesn’t have a choice or a say in everything that has happened… or will happen. Everything, every movement and every thought was controlled and planted. When the love of her life fall severely sick with a mysterious illness, Sera’s only hope to save Zen and defeating the company that made her is a secret buried deep in her mind.
Her life also changed when a mysterious someone showed up in time of need and rocked Sera’s world..
(I always try my best to give a spoiler-free review! So you can enjoy reading the book and my review with ease 🙂
I think this YA Sci-Fi Trilogy is amazing. (I’ve been trying to find the US edition but I couldn’t so I gave up the long wait and went with the UK edition.)
I love the way Jessica slowly starts to reveal a character and the way she shows it slowly, part by part. It keeps me on the edge of my seat every time I turn to a new chapter. Jessica said that the first book was difficult to write from a person who had no memory POV. But in the second book, I feel that she tries to link back to the first when Sera has learned or improved – Like how she mastered sarcasm.
The way she develop each character is very captivating. Robots or machines are known to be emotionless and heartless, but Jessica went against that ‘rule’ by allowing the characters to go against what they are made for-what are they made for? They have no purpose but to complete the agenda of their creators. They don’t have a choice, a will. This book defies that.
I’m never disappointed by her work, and I cannot wait to read the last novel in the Trilogy, Unchanged.
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(4 modifiers out of 5.)
Have a wonderful Holiday and enjoy the coming Christmas!
Love, JiaMing ❤️