Luminary Anomaly #2 eBook ê Luminary Anomaly

Luminary Anomaly #2 She was an anomaly with a death sentence Now she's freeThalli was scheduled for annihilation She was considered an anomaly able to experience emotions that should have been eradicated by genetic modification The Scientists running the State couldn't allow her to bring undue chaos to their peaceful ordered world But seconds before her death she is rescuedNow Thalli is above ground in a world she thought was destroyed A world where not even the air is safe to breathe She and her three friends must journey across this unknown land their destination a hidden civilization It's their only chance of survivalBroken and exhausted after an arduous journey they arrive in New Hope a town that survived the nuclear holocaust When Thalli meets the people there people actually born to families her small world is blown wide openSoon after their arrival to New Hope the town comes under attack She has escaped imminent death but now Thalli is thrust into a new fight a fight to save her new home Does she know enough about this world of emotions this world of chaos to save not only herself but the people she has come to love

10 thoughts on “Luminary Anomaly #2

  1. says:

    45 stars Ack The start of the craziest love triangle in Christian YA About this book “She was an anomaly with a death sentence Now she's free Thalli was scheduled for annihilation She was considered an anomaly able to experience emotions that should have been eradicated by genetic modification The Scientists running the State couldn't allow her to bring undue chaos to their peac

  2. says:

    Hands down this trilogy is one of the best I've read Krista's writing is phenomenal and I can't wait to read Revolutionary Here is the contentLanguage na LOVE the fact that there is no bad languageRomance hand holding nearness affectionate gestures attraction etc No kissingViolence This is where I'd caution you While the first book had no violence this one had a LOT 4 people are brutal

  3. says:

    Yes ma'am That was bad That was a very evil cliffhangerThank you Mrs Krista XD I already ordered Revolutionary from the library So this book was really good I liked it so much It's up there leaning towards 5 stars If I finish and love the trilogy I will be bringing up each of the books to 5 stars It is rather disturbing on the violence side if you are sueamish I recommend ages 14 and up Bu

  4. says:

    Luminary by Krista Mcgee I really liked Anomaly but I have to say Luminary was the most fabulous I loved it The characters the plot line even though the setting was a dry desolate USA it was totally amazing The CharactersSo the characters were lovely Though I do think Thalli was super annoying at the start Though it was explained later why she was so irritable She was totally awesome at the en

  5. says:

    2017 ReviewHoly cow I cringe every time I re read this review what I've learned since 2015? Write reviews AFTER the fangirl craziness has worn off Never rate a book based on how much you loved the ending Can't wait to update my thoughts on this book when I have time2015 ReviewASDKNENRJFBRHFJFBHDNSBDHDJFHFHRJRJDBSHSJSKDBBDJSNAGSJDKSNEBHFJDBDHSJSMS SBSHKSNDBDHDHJDH FEELINGS FEELINGS FEELINGSOKAYOkayokayokphewThis trilogy is just getting better go read Anomaly NOW LIKE OH THE FEELS AND JUST SO MUCH GOODNESS AND ITS JUST SO AGSURJSBDHJDBDHDJRNFNNFNFGRHEJDHDHDHINEEDTOCHILLit's kinda funny thought cuz I read the last four or five chapters in public and I was sobbing and everyone around me was sorta just like ooooookay then weird crying girl Lolbut I'm serious you need to order this trilogy right now and read it on the spot because it is the best everrrrating clean

  6. says:

    While I thoroughly enjoyed Anomaly book 1 Luminary was packed with even excitement I really liked this one We move from white walls and stiff evil scientists to peaceful and perilous colonies I think this one has been my favorite in the trilogy so far but Even though Luminary was action packed and exciting than Anomaly; I liked the Thalli in Anomaly better than the Thalli of Luminary Thalli was kind

  7. says:

    I love these books It really shows Christianity to be a religion in which the believers aren't perfect but try their best daily It really touches me that there is room in YA Literature for a bit of faith So often in books the teenage characters are said to have never believed in a God never religious been to church a few times but never really got into it etc but then being praying to God when they get in

  8. says:

    This went in a direction I never would have guessed Fascinating

  9. says:

    35 stars rounded up

  10. says:

    I enjoyed Luminary It was an easy and interesting read At times I felt disconnected from the characters perhaps because of the writing style?; but I did still like the story Looking forward the Book 3

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About the Author: Krista McGee

Krista writes for teens teaches teens and often than not acts like a teen She and her family have lived and ministered in Texas Costa Rica and Spain Her current hometown is Tampa FL