Anna KyssSummary: One hundred years ago, people were forced to retreat to the seas...
Chey's ocean home seems lovely on the outside, with its rainbow-hued reefs and soul-tingling Whale-song, but the beauty hides secrets and despair.
One thousand blues can be too many...
Some people cannot live amid them all.
After losing her parents and best friend, Chey would do anything to fight off the apathy that threatens her: swim in a brood of jellies, break her sector's rules, and even breach the Surface. A forbidden encounter sets Chey on a desperate search for a way to save her people... and herself. One question plagues her. Can she survive long enough to find a cure?
Genre: YA, Dystopian
Published: November 13, 2012
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Rating: 4 stars
This is a great dystopian novel. At first, I wasn't exactly sure what was going on, because the author doesn't tell you everything by the first page; she shows you as the story on. Because of this, I understood the full story as the book continued. I can honestly say that this is a really original plot--I have never read anything like it, and I am not sure that I ever will. Yes, it's dystopia, but it won't be like any dystopia you have ever read! There is not even a trace of Hunger Games in here, something that pleased me, since many dystopian novels have taken traces of HG's plot. Cerulean was original, interesting, and I couldn't stop reading! The cover is really awesome as well, which is what made me get this book on my kindle.
This story has made my 2013 favorites. I highly, HIGHLY recommend reading this--I can't stress that enough! I'm almost positive that this book has a sequel coming out, and I can't wait to read it!