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The complete series list for – Glitch Heather Anastasiu. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time. Glitch by Heather Anastasiu, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. GLITCH small GLITCH. Zoe lives in a world free of pain and war. Like all members of the Community, a small implanted chip protects her from the destructive.

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This is anomal and anyone experiencing these malfunctions is supposed to report to the authorities. I don’t gligch I really got to know the characters in depth either, this didn’t help, I have to feel connected to at least one of the characters but it just wasn’t there for me.

Maximin was everything you would want in a confused, highly emotional teenage boy. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.

She know’s she should report herself, she is an anomaly, and they can fix her, but she just can’t bring herself to do it. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Adrien is so polite and he acts like a gentlemen.

Glitch Series by Heather Anastasiu

His Gift is the ability to have glimpses of the future, especially when there’s danger looming closely. Most of you YA dystomance fans would enjoy it, because this book fits that genre perfectly.

Not only is their Max but there is also Adrien, that is right fellow readers, another lovely Adrien. As the book starts, Zoe is undergoing a glitch – a defect in her system that allows her to display emotion when most of the population – for some reason – can’t. With little interaction between Zoe and fellow glitchers Max and Adrien to explain the sudden intensity of their feelings for one another, the emotions ring untrue.

There were promises of futuristic societies, controlled thoughts, and implantation of computer chips into people.


I tell you now, even with the couple glitcj things that irked me I devoured this ARC in 8 hours or so. On her quest to figure out what happened during her memory lapse and her newfound urge to escape, she finds out a boy she knows very well is also a glitcher. Would I be like the girl, and come back all fi xed and never glitch again?

I mean, Zoe only described them as green, green-blue, blue, and aqua a bunch of times! Possible spoilers but do you really want to read this?

Glitch Series

People though this was the answer and that their new world would be a better place. This enjoyable book was one I did not want to put down after the first chapter. That is a hard thing to say because usually I can always find one area where I wanted or needed to know more but this author did an amazing job at informing the reader and building a world with her words.

All in all, it was an entertaining and engaging read. A teenage boy, who has never once experienced emotions glitcn has to absorb them all at once. A society which is controlled by what the government says is right and wrong – every move dictated by a Link that runs the way people live. Going in with no expectations On the other hand you have Max who sees Zoe everyday at school, and she soon finds out he too is a Glitcher and has a thing for her.

They are Linked In and all is orderly. Adrien helped her escape in a time of need, and he opened her eyes to the Resistance. It really was too painful for me to finish, but most of you YA dystopian fans out there w I really couldn’t get glitcy this. Glitch follows Zoe as she struggles to keep these secrets with the risk of them fixing her glitches, or worse: She’s dull, uninteresting, whiny, and completely and totally reliant on Adrien.


Bombs rip apart cities, revolutions split the nation, friends become enemies and old enemies become new threats.

The last year has taught her two things. As she struggles to keep her burgeoning powers hidden, she finds other glitchers with abilities like hers, and together they plot to escape. Review quote “A taut and twisty novel. There are other Gifted people here, living on the Surface, free and real and alive. At the end, it becomes unclear whether Adrien is on the good or bad side but later we find out and so does Zoe a little behind Feb 27, Ari rated it it was ok Shelves: Jan 31, Claire rated it it was amazing.

It’s captivating, fun and – at times – hilarious! So far, she has successfully hidden it. If they cannot be fixed, they are to be deactivated, as soon as possible.

He loved her for who she was, and he watched over her when she least expected it. Zoel must learn to control her glitching and keep it a secret. I highly recommend this to readers who loved Hunger Games, Divergent, and Delirium. Mar 10, Sarah E.

Or the blood evidence… As the town and local media condemns Lauren, she realizes the only way to clear her name is to discover the truth herself. But Stepford societies are definitely also one of them. Even though her memories of their time are erased she still remembers those green-blue eyes. He goes on and on about the passions Zoe, not understanding what anaastasiu is asking, complies.

Apr 22, Marielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: