Book Review: Anomaly by Krista McGee

Anomaly by Krista McGee

Anomaly by Krista McGee

Rating: 3/5

Working within the confines of traditional post-apocalyptic YA fiction, McGee manages to find God. Anomaly tells the story of Thalli a member of Pod C. Most of her pod follows orders and does their assigned jobs without questions but Thalli is different. She questions pod life and its usefulness. This makes her dangerous to The Ten, the ruling body. Anomalies are destroyed to keep the peace. Anomaly follows Thalli’s journey as she slowly learns what The Ten has kept hidden.

I’ve never been one for so-called “Christian fiction.” Most of it is either too overtly preachy or too far-fetched. This was neither. McGee has managed to create a book that appeals to teens while still inspiring a more Godly life.

 

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