About: Disruption is a fiction novel written by Jessica Shirvington. It was recently published on 10/4/2016 by Harper Collins, 400 pages. The genres are young adult, dystopia, science fiction, and romance. There are 2 books to this series so far: book 1 is called Disruption and book 2 is called Corruption. The author lives in Sydney, Australia and already published several books before this one. (Follow link to read my review of book 2).
Gus really should’ve been an actor, or an underwear designer. He covered his ass like no one. @28%
My Experience: I started reading Disruption on 10/10/16 and finished it on 10/15/16. This book is truly an awesome read! I have to admit that I picked this book up earlier but I was having a book hangover from another read and somehow was not into this book. Boy, am I glad to give this book a second chance and read it again. I am surprised and amazed at how good this story is. I couldn’t put it down and stayed up to 2AM last night reading it. I really like the characters in this book. They are smart, brave, clever, independent, fierce, ambitious, talented, and beyond. The plot is exciting, although fiction, but did I heard on the news that our future will one day have a micro chip inserted into our body? This book might be our future’s reality because it has the technology to tell you who your true love is! At the rate of how much we rely on technology, this book feels real and reading it only speed up my adrenaline rush. I love the dialogues between Maggie & Gus and Maggie & Quentin. They are witty and humorous. I am dying to read the second book! Jessica Shirvington might just be one of my new favorite author. Her writing and the world that she built will only grab your attention and will not let you go. It’s believable and touching. I highly recommend this book!
His lips were as full as they’d always seemed and he knew exactly how to use them. In fact, I suspected they had some kind of magical quality since everything he did with his lips seemed to ignite every part of my body that he wasn’t touching. @89%
Maggie Stevens is the main leading character in this book. I enjoy following her thinking process and her strategy to her mission. She’s brave and independent. She has good heart despite the sacrifices she made. Quentin Mercer, my new book crush! He knows Karate, responsible, smart, handsome, and an all around good person underneath that power and money image. I wish this book has his POV. Even without it, the author still gave him a strong role in this book and he was described nicely when his part comes to play. The romance is light but it’s enough for readers to want more.
Pro: page turner, heart-pumping, mind-racing, adrenaline rush, awesome characters and plot, humor,
I rate it 5 stars!
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***Disclaimer: Many thanks to the author Jessica Shirvington, publisher Harper Collins, and Edelweiss for the opportunity to read and review! Please be assured that my opinions are honest.