The Body Electric - Beth Revis
One of my favorite things about Beth Revis is that she is excellent at world building. I felt like I transported into this futuristic version of Malta.

Ella is definitely a character that doesn’t know who she is or where she belongs. Or who to trust for that matter. She is thrown into this war that she didn’t really know was going on, and doesn’t know who is telling the truth. There are some things that she finds out that are disturbing to her, and not at all like what she thought was happening. There are times where she makes some questionable decisions. I felt like taking her by the shoulders and shoving her in the other direction.

Like I said before, the world building is amazing. The futuristic science and way they live were believable. There were a few scientific terms that went way over my head, but I didn’t let it distract me from the story. If you’ve read her Across the Universe series you’ll see some of the companies and other things mentioned in this book. I was all excited when I saw the references. I did like that this book doesn’t take place in America. Most of the books I’ve read in this genre usually take place somewhere well-known, but this was refreshing.

I loved this book, and can’t wait to see what Revis has in store for us next.