Emergent (Annex, #2)



Zhara, The First Elysia, Her Clone On The Surface, They Are Identical But Looks Can Be Deceiving.When Zhara Plays, She Plays To Win She Thought She Had Escaped The Horrors Of Doctor Lusardi S Cloning Compound But The Nightmare Is Just Beginning Elysia Has Taken Everything From Zhara A Softer, Prettier Version Of Herself And An Inescapable Reminder Of All She S Failed At In Her Life Now The Man Zhara Loves Has Replaced Her With Elysia Zhara Will Get Her Clone Out Of The Way, No Matter The Cost.Elysia Has Finally Learned The Truth She Has A Soul Her First Is Alive She Knows It Hurts Zhara To See Her With Alexander, But She Can T Give Him Up The Genetically Perfected Aquine Has Chosen As Her As His Life Mate, And Their Days Together Are Limited.Elysia Can T Remain In The Rave Caves Off The Shores Of Denesme Forever Revolution Is Brewing On The Island Paradise Hundreds Of Soulless Clones Remain Imprisoned Like Elysia Once Was, Slaves To The Whims Of Their Owners Wealthy Human Inhabitants Of The Island As A Group Of Clones And Humans, Led By Alexander, Plot An Insurrection That Will Turn Denesme S World Upside Down, Elysia Knows Her Place Is Fighting By His Side Terrible Sacrifices Must Be Made To Defeat Denesme S Twisted Regime But Even The Greatest Losses Cannot Prepare Elysia For The Ticking Time Bomb Built Into Her Own ProgrammingEmergent (Annex, #2)

Rachel grew up in the D.C area and graduated from Barnard College with a B.A in Political Science She has written many YA novels, including three that she cowrote with her friend and colleague David Levithan She lives and writes when she s not reading other people s books, organizing her music library or looking for the best cappuccino in New York City.

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Emergent (Annex, #2)
  • Rachel Cohn
  • English
  • 06 August 2017
  • 1423157206

10 thoughts on “Emergent (Annex, #2)

  1. says:

    Why is the cover soporny Imagine your mother asking you about the book and you trying to explain that it s just teen fiction

  2. says:

    How How do you go from a pretty great book like Beta to whatever the hell this is Last night, my husband and I watched the MST3K riff of Parts the Clonus Horror That movie was a better produced clone story than this book If the guy from CinemaSins was given this book in movie format, the list of sins would rival that of Transformers 4 and that movie took 2 episodes to enumerate its flaws It was just very very bad Imagine if you set up a little island play area, and then gave a small c How How do you go from a pretty great book like Beta to whatever the hell this is Last night, my husband and I watched the MST3K riff of Parts the Clonus Horror That movie was a better produced clone story than this book If the guy from CinemaSins was given this book in movie format, the list of sins would rival that of Transformers 4 and that movie took 2 episodes to enumerate its flaws It was just very very bad Imagine if you set up a little island play area, and then gave a small child figurines of the characters from this book, and then let them tell you the story That s how choppy and disconnected this book is I am Zhara I love him now No, now I love him Here s a scene where we did the sexing Now we are on an island Now we are leading an insurrection kinda Now we re going to a different island This other girl and I are the same girl, but we don t like each other Watch us be mean to each other and call each other bitch ...

  3. says:

    LOL the cover.

  4. says:

    4.5 star ratingA finished review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Thank youLet s take a time machine back into time one year ago. Or actually, a littlethan a year ago, to be honest That was when I read Beta, the first book in the Annex trilogy, and that s where I found one of my most strongest loves, dystopian books From there, or even a little before that, I ve grown to be obsessed with this unique genre where anything is actually possible 4.5 star ratingA finished review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Thank youLet s take a time machine back into time one year ago. Or actually, a littlethan a year ago, to be honest That was when I read Beta, the first book in the Annex trilogy, and that s where I found one of my most strongest loves, dystopian books From there, or even a little before that, I ve grown to be obsessed with this unique genre where anything is actually possible Although the wait for Emergent felt extremely long and precious, it was so...

  5. says:

    TRIGGER WARNINGS This book contains slut shaming, ableism, gaslighting, and pregnancy by rape.This book was delayed Originally due out in 2013 maybe March , it didn t release until October 2014 Never heard any explanation for the wait, but that s okay probably none of my business And maybe because Emergent is the second in a series no word yet on the next book, though I think the series sold in a four book deal , there seemed to be little publicity for it It s only just barely mentioned TRIGGER WARNINGS This book contains slut shaming, ableism, ...

  6. says:

    The first book was pretty good This sequel how ever was awful, it felt like a completely different author wrote it The storyline is all over place with so many diffrent things trying to occur at the same time that it is not believable for a sci fi book Too much teenage angst and moodiness for me, the story really did not get going until the last couple chapters were the insurrection was just rushed through and not explained very well Overall a poor book, and I will not be reading the next i The first book was pretty good This sequel how ever was awful, it felt like a completely different author wrote it The storyline is all over place with so many diffrent things trying to occur at the same time that it is not believable for a sci fi book Too much teenage angst and moodiness for me, the story really did not get going until the last couple chapters were the insurrection was just rushed through and not explained very well Overall a poor book, and I will not be reading the nex...

  7. says:

    I loved Beta so I was so excited when I heard about the second book Emergent I tried to read twice butit was a little difficult to get thru I dont understand why this book was so different from Beta I think what made it different is the perspectives I will reread this book again sometime soon.

  8. says:

    As much as I enjoyed the first one I stopped reading this one at 75% of the book Muchcentered on relatin ships,plus I don t buy the story of parent s Tahir being able to help so much giving the way things are.

  9. says:

    3.5 5 starsI liked the old covers so much better There will be some spoilers from book 1 Beta.I really enjoyed Beta and had been looking forward to Emergent for quite a while I thought that Emergent was okay, but the first part was not that exciting the book is divided into two parts.Beta was narrated by Elysia a teenage Beta clone who had a soul and could feel At the end of that book Elysia killed the Governor s son and escaped Also it was discovered that Zhara Elysia s first the gir 3.5 5 starsI liked the old covers so much better There will be some spoilers from book 1 Beta.I really enjoyed Beta and had been looking forward to Emergent for quite a while I thought that Emergent was okay, but the first part was not that exciting the book is divided into two parts.Beta was narrated by Elysia a teenage Beta clone who had a soul and could feel At the end of that book Elysia killed the Governor s son and escaped Also it was discovered that Zhara Elysia s first the girl who died and who she was cloned from was not dead at all.Emergent is narrated by both Elysia and Zhara This was interesting And while these two characters were quite different it did get a bit confusing mostly because it was not indicated wh...

  10. says:

    I enjoyed the original quite a bit, but this sequel felt too rushed, and ended too abruptly A shame, since Beta was such a great story.

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