The book started off a little slow and I wasn’t quite sure if I was going to enjoy it. You’re thrown right into a world that leaves you slightly confused. Is this modern day or are we in a more technologically advanced future? The world we step into is modern, with a few alterations like an “EED”. They’re a focal-point of this novel, so it would have been nice to have some backstory there since they’re not something we’re familiar with. Once you get over that hurdle, the book becomes much more enjoyable. I was surprised after the rocky beginning that I found myself engrossed in the book and spent more than one night reading significantly past my normal bedtime. The ending felt a little rushed and could have been done better. Ultimately the concept was fascinating and I would definitely read a sequel.