Book - 2012 | 1st ed. --
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In the Community, where implanted computer chips have erased human emotions and thoughts are replaced by a feed from the Link network, Zoe starts to malfunction, or glitch, and begins having her own thoughts, feelings, identity--and telekinetic powers.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press Griffin, 2012
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781250002990
Characteristics: 320 p


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Dina_18 Mar 26, 2015

Book 1 of a series. I enjoyed it, not loved it but I would recommend it.

maria4m Aug 19, 2014

This book was an okay read, but I didn't really like it. Sometimes it felt tedious and I just thought that the events that were going on were a bit unrealistic. Zoe does not really have a unique characterization.

A patron review from the Adult Summer Reading Game: "Glitch is a young adult science fiction book. Human emotions are eliminated by implanting chips into humans, but sometimes the chips malfunction (glitch) and teenagers get back forbidden emotions. The protagonist has started glitching.
I found the emotional journey of the confused teenaged girl first experiencing emotions to be unbelievable. She adapted too quickly. she did some crying, and found it a little difficult. I think she would have gone crazy. This one flaw kinda spoiled the entire thing for me. I just kept finding it silly. "

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