Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
In a world where all citizens are Perfects--people with genetically perfect DNA, Kristi can't help but feel like a sore thumb. She's an Accident--a child never meant to be born and therefore is not a Perfect. Just when she thinks her life couldn't get worse, it does, starting with the arrest of her adoptive parents. Now Kristi is entangled in a web of secrets she has to unravel. More
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About Tina Chan

Tina Chan is an avid reader, writer and runner. When she's not reading or writing, you can probably find her listening to music, playing racquetball or running outside. Some of her favorite genres to read include dystopian, YA, fiction, sci-fi, steampunk and mysteries. Tina also runs a book review site called The Book Landers.

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Bob Craton reviewed on on Aug. 16, 2013

It has been a long time since I was a young adult and my interest now is mostly based on a desire to write something in this genre. I am, however, very well versed in the dystopian genre. Admittedly, I am just estimating (rather than knowing) what young people like, but it seems to me that they will enjoy this book, especially those in the 12-16 category.

Two things kept me turning pages, the characters and the mysteries. As other reviewers have already said, the characters are likable and I really wanted to find out what happened to them. Also, the book has lots of secrets which are revealed gradually. I like that. (I don't give spoilers so don't expect me to tell what those secrets are.)

The world of the story is well-drawn. It has a nice balance of similarities and differences to our world. Overall, I believe this will do well with its target audience.
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Cheryl Pearce reviewed on on July 28, 2013

Excellent read! I downloaded this kinda thoughlessly and the next thing I know I am totally into the story and can't put it down. Engaging read with characters you care about. I can't wait for the next book...
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Luann Jung reviewed on on July 23, 2013

Wow. Just . . . wow. I absolutely loved this to death. Your characters were easily loveable (except for a few parts where Kristi was doing that monologue in her head and arguing with herself, those kind of . . . irked me). And you ending was great, it had that 'oomph' that I like when I finish science fiction books (which are my favorite genre). However, one problem with the ending (for me at least) was how it was kind of choppy in the last few sentences before it completely ended. Either way, it was easily ignorable considering how "Oh gosh I've gotta find the next book! It's time for doing! DOING! Must. Find. Next. Book.". I saw the: the story continues on in: flawless, and I ran (okay, not literally) to your page to see if there was a second book finished. You cannot imagine my impatience when there wasn't. ☺ I love your writing style! A few grammatical/spelling errors were here and there, but not too many. It was so 'not put downable' that I finished it in a few hours! Great job on this wonderful story, I will definitely read it again - because I do that with books I love xD By the way, very catchy cover; pulled me right in.

Luann Jung ☺♥
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