In a world where Hitler won the The War, and perfection is constantly sought, Ellyssa has broken free from her austere life and has found another meaning for her existence.
Family, friendship, and love.
But her happiness is short lived. Ellyssa finds herself on the run, again. Her father's work didn't die with him, but lives on in her siblings, Aalexis and Xaver, and they are determined to complete his unfinished dream.
Looks like if the new Travis and the old Travis are ever going to find a way to exist together, then there are going to be a few more scars.
Flawed was the perfect follow up to the first book in the series, Perfection. Build on the idea of how the world would be if WWII have gone differently, it includes amazing world building and makes you wonder if this would be true if the world would actually be this way if Hitler would have won. It has that thin line of reality versus fantasy that makes it a lot more interesting. I loved Elyssa. In the world where you have to be perfect, she was strong, brave, and everything you want a badass character in dystopian world to be. I loved reading about her challenges and how everything played out. Rein definitely has my heart by how he treated Elyssa and stayed and supported her no matter what. With great composition, Flawed definitely did not disappoint.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
J.L. Spelbring lives in Texas, where she wanders out in the
middle of the night to look at the big and bright stars. Besides knocking
imaginary bad guys in the head with a keyboard, she enjoys being swept away
between the pages of a book, running amuck inside in her own head, pretending
she is into running, and hanging out with her kids, who are way too cool for
her. Her novel, Perfection,
released in July, 2013 and the sequel Flawed releases August, 2014.