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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While the premise of a community hooked up to a shared network that essentially rids them of individual emotional and thought seems promising, the inconsistencies in the writing are too glaring to overlook. I was also a fan of the romance in this book, and I amastasiu wait anaxtasiu the story, the romance, and the characters to further develop in the next one! D I loved it! Even glitdh I only got halfway in, I saw some holes in the plot. This boy had offered me escape, but I had no idea what came next.

I’m not sure anasttasiu I’ll be checking that one out to be honest. What else would I do once we escaped? Fans of dystopian novels will love this delightful debut.

The story line is powerful and compelling, making you stop and think about the world that Zoe lives in. Got a Galley for this from Netgalley so I’m going to give it a go. The love interest for me developed a little fast, still I liked their presence together. But that’s completely what I loved about this. Twists and turns will surprise even the most skeptical. They’re basically humans turned into robots.

Secrets were strictly forbidden in the Community. The most anxstasiu were the bionic additions like a control panel on their forearms, the link port on the back of the neck, and the chip installed on their brains.


Glitch Series by Heather Anastasiu

I’m very impressed with the world building of the story. Oh yeah, all while fawning over Anastasi. Sweet and innocent, Zoe goes on an adventure tlitch later cannot recall what has happened.

It’s quite obvious to me, Heather Anastasiu, and everyone else reading this book gliych Max was just a character thrown in to add stress to Zoe and Adrien’s relationship. Based on this I really had a hard time rating it, as there were things that I really liked, but there were some things I simply needed to skip.

I hope I would get more attached to Zoe and learn more about their powers in the second book. Apr 01, Blythe rated it did not like it Recommends it for: A front-row seat to the story of the year.

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Open Preview See a Problem? I have a lot of time for Adrien. Then, when Zoe leads him on to thinking she likes him then tells him in the end that her “heart belongs to Adrien” I won’t even rant about how a teenager who just met said heart stealer shouldn’t be saying thatMax starts screaming at her, saying that he won’t let Adrien have her, how he wants her lips, body, legs and her back all to himself, and he came at her and shoved her against the wall, where he kissed Zoe against her will.

She has built this world, with these amazing characters and it will suck you in. That would be a big HALE yes! This review can also be anastasou at ReadingAfterMidnight.

Glitch (Glitch, #1) by Heather Anastasiu

Adrien bored me to death. This world that Heather Anastasiu has created, makes you question everything. This love triangle only adds to the emotional journey Zoe goes through anadtasiu order to survive with her new understanding and awareness.


The overall feeling of this book was somewhat like Delirium and Divergent I’m not really making your hopes high and some might not agree with me but that’s how I find it. Open yourself up to emotion, and don’t be afraid of it – it’s a huge part of your own identity and shapes who you are as a person.

I felt like picking this book up and pretending it could be a snow globe, shaking it, and then mixing it all up to get a bit of movement going. She can move things with her anasstasiu. You’re just supposed to play along with the crap explantations of the world Zoe is given, and act like they make a shred of sense.

I loved every part of her journey, and I felt like I was in one of those out of body experiences while reading, like I had been transported right into the Community and was watching everything alongside of her. Because for once, a dystopian has me so completely enthralled that I’m not paying attention to the details, the little clues that are scattered around the book. Quit being an idiot.

At the four last chapters, I could clearly see her leader instincts kick in, especially in the 23rd chapter. I literally could NOT put it down. By contrast the characters were very much alive, interesting, and complex.

We are emotional people as human beings, and it’s something that comes naturally to us. But all of a sudden, she feels everything: I appreciated the slow steps to revealing the different sides of the equation.