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She is apparently able to recognise and process some emotions without a thought, while experiencing dramatic reactions to others.
Override (Glitch, #2) by Heather Anastasiu
D As I always do when I read dystopians I payed attention to the way that the world has changed and how the author has crafted their world To ask other readers questions about Overrideplease sign up. As she struggles to keep her burgeoning powers hidden, she finds other glitchers with abilities like hers, and together they plot to escape. It just left me with tons of unanswered questions and speculations. A smile played at the edges of his lips.
What Anastasiu does glltch is write graphic, tense scenes of action and violence. Adrien was an awesome male hero and I am very excited to see where his story goes. She always seemed to not like the Glitchers and only wanted to use them for her big plan. I didn’t enjoy reading Glitch so much as I thought I would but with Override, the complete opposite happened!
Themes like that just don’t appeal on me that much. I did start to lose interest a bit towards the end, but thankfully there This was an interesting story, but it did find that it dragged a bit in places.
I loved how Anastasiu realistically portrayed Zoe as she struggled to control her powers. Jun 13, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: I enjoyed it, I felt wonderful emotions, and at the end of the book, I wanted more.
Maybe it’s because neither of them have had to fight for their love yet – what other reviewers have described as the love at first sight syndrome. I found myself more intrigued, wanting to see if she can find her way back to him, despite the obstacles in her anaatasiu, including a fellow friend and glitcher, Max.
They are anomalous and deadly dangerous. This is the first book on Netgalley I’ve been approved for. It created such a dynamic story and made it so easy to visualize In a world where humans exist controlled by the Link, a program that leaves them without emotion, glitching is a serious problem.
The other characters were alright, but i can’t say i loved any of them. This one comes out August 7, The building up of the plot and the depth of the characters were just right. Unless an author out there really changes the game, I don’t think the genre will have anything gliych.
She was believable, despite the futuristic setting. A thoroughly enjoyable read, with a world that is both frightening and intriguing, and a romance that will leave readers breathless. She relied on men to do anything. There were promises of futuristic societies, controlled thoughts, and implantation of computer chips into people. I glitcb had the privilege of anadtasiu the first in the series, unfortunately, but there wasn’t any need. Apr 11, Karina Halle rated it really liked it Shelves: And gets introduced to the Resistance a.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. I wasn’t really into dystopian novel which are about, uh, how am I going to describe it? But Lauren knows how deceptive Kadence could be sometimes. So, I want to say this would be rated around 4. The other is that this would have been an awesome twist, and an emotional pivot point in the story — had it been believable.
View all 9 comments. Also, she meets new people whom later have helped her, betrayed her and fallen in love with her. Then, for various reasons, the breaks were put on and I started to really enjoy their build up. From being someone once so powerful then anastasju no control at all, and to be able to harness it once again, well Zoe I really got to give it to you.
I enjoyed reading the main character Zoe, go through the stress of glitching.