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More - T.M. Franklin I recieved this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

This is the story about a girl called Ava. When she was little she was sure she had special powers, but never managed to use them. As she grew up she decided that she was just a normal girl after all.
Then she starts college and meets Caleb who is tutoring her in physics. Turns out that Caleb isn't just a normal boy, and that Ava might have been right about her having some special abilities. The only problem is that the Race (which is what the humans with special powers call themselves) does not like it when half-breeds are out in the world as they are considered a threat to the Race.

I think this was a very interesting story, though it was definitely written for a younger audience. It has a little bit of young love, but not enough to be overly sweet. The story I found fairly original, and I read the book over 2 days wanting to know what would happen next.

My main problems with this book however was purely editing issues. I'm not sure if this is because I received an advanced copy, and if it has been fixed by now.

There were 2 main issues that bothered me. One was the wrong use of the spacebar. There were missing spaces between words as well as spaces where there shouldn't be. Not a major issue perhaps, but there were so many that it was annoying me and ruined the flow of reading.

The other issue I had was the way conversations between characters were written out. I fairly often missed the little " because there were no spaces between when the different characters were talking. This might just be me not being observant enough, but it's not a problem I have ever had before when reading. Quite often I ended up reading a whole paragraph again because I got confused over who said what.

All in all it was a good read, would recommend it if you enjoy YA books!