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3. Dezember 2013 Altered (Buch 1)
They were made to forget. But they'll never forgive.

Everything about Anna's life is a secret. Her father works for the Branch, at the helm of its latest project: monitoring and administering treatments to the four genetically altered boys in the lab below their farmhouse. There's Nick, solemn and brooding; Cas, light-hearted and playful; Trev, smart and caring; and Sam . . . who's stolen Anna's heart.

When the Branch decides it's time to take the boys, Sam stages an escape. Anna's father pushes her to go with them, making Sam promise to keep her away from the Branch, at all costs.

On the run, with her father's warning in her head, Anna begins to doubt everything she thought she knew about herself. She soon discovers that she and Sam are connected in more ways than either of them expected. And if they're both going to survive, they must piece together the clues of their past before the Branch catches up to them and steals it all away.

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  • Taschenbuch: 352 Seiten
  • Verlag: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (3. Dezember 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0316197092
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316197090
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 12 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21 x 14,2 x 2,4 cm
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"Within minutes, this medical-engineering thriller will have readers glued to their seats....Riveting."—Kirkus Reviews

"Action-packed...[Anna's] interactions with the boys...keep the story moving quickly, along with a steady unfolding of revelations and events."—Publishers Weekly

"A rapid-fire thriller....Fans of the Hunger Games and Maze Runner series seeking more dystopian titles would likely enjoy this new adventure."—Booklist

"Rush keeps it fresh with this fast-paced novel, full of last-minute surprises and unexpected twists . . . The mysteries laced throughout the action add suspense, making the moments of romance even hotter."—Romantic Times

"A thrilling, fast-paced, and romantic story... Government conspiracies, special abilities, family, friendship, and love all melt together so beautifully to create an amazing debut novel."—Julie Cross, author of Tempest

"Jennifer Rush's debut had me turning pages long into the night. Thrilling and suspenseful, Altered surprised me in the best possible way."—Michelle Hodkin, author of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

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Jennifer Rush began telling lies at the age of five and was immediately hooked. Fiction was far better than reality, and she spent most of her teens writing (about vampires, naturally). She currently lives in Michigan with her husband and two children and enjoys eating ice cream in her spare time. Altered is her debut novel.

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Inhalt: Anna schleicht sich jede Nacht in das versteckte Labor im Keller ihres Hauses um die vier dort versteckten Jungen zu sehen, vor allem Sam, in den sie heimlich verliebt ist. Denn was keiner weiß, Annas Vater arbeitet für die Geheimorganisation „The Branch“ und erforscht seit Jahren die Jungen, welche so genetisch verändert worden sind, dass sie schneller, klüger und außergewöhnlicher sind als jeder andere Mensch. Als die Organisation die Jungen mitnehmen wollen, verhelfen sie und ihr Vater ihnen zu Flucht, doch Anna muss mit ihnen gehen.

„Altered“ ist Jennifer Rushs Debütroman und überzeugt auf voller Linie. Die Geschichte rund um Anna, Sam, Trev, Cas und Nick ist spannend und mysteriös gestaltet.
Anna lebt ihr abgeschottetes Leben zusammen mit ihrem Vater und das Highlight jedes Tages ist, wenn sie die vier Jungen im Kellerlabor besuchen darf. Jeder von ihnen hat seinen eigenen besonderen Charakter. Trev ist das Superbrain, Cas witzig und Charmant, Nick aggressiv und abweisend und Sam.. ja, Sam. Stellt euch an dieser Stelle bitte einen mädchenhaften Seufzer vor. Sam ist wirklich wunderbar. Er ist verschlossen und in sich gekehrt, hin und wieder jedoch kommt ein kleines Fünkchen Verzweiflung und Liebenswürdigkeit ans Licht, was ihn zu einem so hinreißenden Charakter macht, dass man nachvollziehen kann, warum Anna sich in ihn verliebt hat.

Auf ihrer Flucht kommt die Gruppe an so manch scheinbar unüberwindbarem Rätsel vorbei, von denen sie sich versprechen zu erfahren, wer sie wirklich sind und warum sie von „The Branch“ gefangen gehalten wurden.
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Ein spannendes Buch ab Zwölf.
Die 17-jährige Anna Mason lebt zusammen mit ihrem Vater abgeschieden auf einer Farm ohne näheren Kontakt zu anderen Leuten. Seit vier Jahren weiss sie, dass sich im Keller des Hauses ein geheimes Regierungslaboratorium befindet, in dem Supersoldaten herangebildet werden. Aktuell sind es vier Jungs, bei deren Betreuung sie mithilft. Es irritiert sie zwar, dass diese Jungs hermetisch hinter Glasscheiben eingeschlossen sind, aber es ist zu deren Besten. Über die Jahre hat sich für sie das Gefühl einer kleinen Familie aufgebaut, so dass sie äusserst beunruhigt ist, als plötzlich die Vorgesetzten ihres Vaters auftauchen und die Jungs mitnehmen wollen. Doch die vorher so zufriedenen zukünftigen Soldaten sind mit diesem Vorgehen gar nicht einverstanden und machen sich zusammen mit Anna auf die gefährliche Flucht.

Die unkomplizierte Geschichte ist, abgesehen von den Kämpfen, völlig jugendfrei. Die Spannung wird langsam aufgebaut, das seltsame Verhalten der Protagonisten wird erst mit dem Fortschreiten der Erzählung begreifbar. Das irritierend naive Verhalten von Anna, das extrem nerven kann, erhält so seinen Sinn. Dass überstaatliche Organisationen in gewissen Ländern viel Macht haben, das wissen wir ja alle. Empfehlenswert für Jüngere.
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Im Keller des Farmhauses, in dem die siebzehnjährige Anna mit ihrem Vater lebt, werden vier junge Männer gefangen gehalten. Tagsüber hilft sie ihrem Vater dabei im Auftrag der Sektion verschiedene Tests an ihnen durchzuführen, aber nachts schleicht sie sich heimlich hinunter um Zeit mit ihnen zu verbringen, insbesondere mit Sam, in den sie verliebt ist. Weder sie noch die Jungs wissen, warum sie dort festgehalten werden oder was die Sektion mit ihnen vor hat, denn ihre Erinnerungen reichen nur bis zu dem Moment zurück, in dem sie in diesen Zellen aufgewacht sind.

Doch dann bietet sich ihnen endlich die Gelegenheit zur Flucht und sie begeben sich - zusammen mit Anna, die laut ihrem Vater nie wieder zurückkehren darf - auf die atemlose Suche nach Antworten ...

Mit Altered ist Jennifer Rush ein umwerfendes Debut und unheimlich spannender Serienauftakt gelungen, der einen von der ersten bis zur letzten Seite zu fesseln vermag und zudem noch mit einem fantastischem Plot sowie sympathischen Charakteren begeistern kann.

Mit etwas über dreihundert Seiten ist das Buch zwar ohnehin nicht allzu lang, trotzdem hat man es viel schneller gelesen als gedacht, weil einen die Handlung schon ab dem ersten Kapitel so gefangen nimmt, dass man es kaum noch aus der Hand legen kann. Von Anfang an sind unzählige Fragen offen, auf die man unbedingt so schnell wie möglich eine Antwort erhalten möchte, vor allem natürlich in Bezug auf die vier Jungs und das Experiment, in dessen Mittelpunkt sie stehen, im späteren Verlauf aber auch was Anna betrifft.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Lieblingsbuch 2013 28. Mai 2013
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Altered ist definitiv eines meiner Lieblingsbücher die ich in diesem Jahr gelesen habe!

Sehr spannend und mitreißend.
Habe es nur sehr ungern weggelegt und dann auch wirklich nur wenn ich es musste (z.B. um 4 Uhr morgens da ich am nächsten Tag arbeiten musste).
Man kann sich sehr gut in die Personen hineinversetzen und fühlt auch sofort mit den Jungs und Anna mit. Man erfährt im Laufe der Geschichte mehr über die Jungs sowie aber auch einiges über Anna das mich sehr überrascht hat.
Was mir sehr gut gefallen hat war das nichts von den ganzen Dingen vorhersehbar war für mich. Ich war jedesmal aufs neue geschockt und saß mit einem großen Staunen im Gesicht auf meinem Sofa.

Der einzige Nachteil des Buches war, dass es zu Ende ging!
Kennt ihr das, wenn man nach einem gutem Buch erstmal alles über den Author und eine mögliche Fortsetzung herausfinden möchte?
So ging es mir nach Altered. Ich hab das Internet sofort nach Informationen über eine Fortsetzung abgeklappert und wurde zum Glück schnell fündig.
Der zweite Teil kommt anfang nächsten Jahres raus und heißt Erased.
Es ist auch schon ein dritter Teil geplant in dem es etwas mehr um einen der 4 Jungs (Nick) gehen wird. Kann es kaum erwarten :)

Hoffe das dieses Buch noch etwas bekannter wird, denn es hat definitiv mehr leser verdient.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen I wanted to love this one!! :( 12. Januar 2013
Von Lauren - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There's a lot of books I want to read for a few different reasons. There's the sequels or continuations of series I already love. There's books whose concepts interest me but don't completely sell me yet. Then there's the debuts such as Altered, that capture my interest right way through a combination of a intriguing concept and stand-out cover. I awaited Altered`s arrival for months, had it pre-ordered and checked the tracking info probably 50 times a day once it was shipped. I was that anxious for it to arrive. I planned to rip right into the packaging as soon as I got my hands on it. I didn't even care that it was close to 10 p.m. when I started Altered because I had pre-convinced myself that I'd love it.

And then, about 30 pages in, something happened. With only a couple chapters in, my excitement began to wan. I was still interested in delving deeper because the plot had raised a lot of questions that I wanted answered. However, early on I became detached. Detached from the characters and detached from the emotion. Throughout the whole book I felt like there was general lack of emotion. A lack between father and daughter and a huge lack between two individuals who were supposedly in-love or close enough to becoming. Even the premise says, "Sam who's stolen Anna's heart" a concept that Rush tried to convey throughout the story, and one I just couldn't buy.

By the time Altered begins we're already told that there's feelings brewing between these two, or at least, on Anna's end. She's known Sam for about 5 years and harbors strong feelings for him. Why, is a question I asked myself over and over again. Sure. He's hot and pretty nice and Anna has seen him pretty much everyday for the last five years. But besides some late night chess matches, it seems like Anna really doesn't know him or hasn't gotten close to him, not like she has towards one of the other boys, Trev. Trev, who she considers one of her best friends is someone she talks to all the time, opens up to, not Sam. The connection between Anna and Sam didn't make sense to me. It felt physical not emotional and so because Rush pushed so hard for it, that was a loss of one stake itself.

The second problem I had was the plot. At its basis Altered is about 4 boys with altered abilities and memories along with a girl, running from an uber-bad corporation. To be honest though, this corporation called "The Branch" really didn't strike fear into me. Yes, there was a lot of guns and violence involved but I had too many questions. Where did this company come from. What was its agenda a.k.a. why were the boys involved, or Anna for that matter. I really didn't understand Anna's lack of questioning when her house was quite literally built on top of a secret laboratory housing 4 boys in glass and brick cages. Sure, at times she mentions wishing the boys were free, but she seemed awfully complacent for someone in her position. If it were me, I'd be a whole lot more curious and less accepting.

This is one of the most critical reviews I've yet to write. I believe this one in particular is so critical because I felt so let down. I wanted to love this book SO BADLY but because of the detachment, I couldn't. I didn't understand the motivations, decisions or actions of any of the characters. I couldn't get a grip on any of their personalities whether it be virtues or flaws. They all just fell flat, which for me, made the whole book fall flat. Sure, the story itself is great, but the characters that are supposed to navigate it, were not.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Review for Altered by Jennifer Rush 6. Januar 2013
Von Alyssa - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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***Review posted at The Eater of Books! blog***

Altered by Jennifer Rush
Book One of the Altered series
Publisher: Little, Brown and Co.
Publication Date: January 1, 2013
Rating: 5 stars
Source: Won a giveaway

I got this book from a wonderful author, who pre-ordered it for me. I am going to be honest - I may have asked for this book because of the cover. I usually try not to do things like that, but the synopsis actually seemed interesting as well. It seemed like a win-win situation. Nevertheless, I was not disappointed.

Summary (from Goodreads):

When you can't trust yourself, who can you believe?

Everything about Anna's life is a secret. Her father works for the Branch at the helm of its latest project: monitoring and administering treatments to the four genetically altered boys in the lab below their farmhouse. There's Nick, Cas, Trev . . . and Sam, who's stolen Anna's heart. When the Branch decides it's time to take the boys, Sam stages an escape, killing the agents sent to retrieve them.

Anna is torn between following Sam or staying behind in the safety of her everyday life. But her father pushes her to flee, making Sam promise to keep her away from the Branch, at all costs. There's just one problem. Sam and the boys don't remember anything before living in the lab--not even their true identities.

Now on the run, Anna soon discovers that she and Sam are connected in more ways than either of them expected. And if they're both going to survive, they must piece together the clues of their past before the Branch catches up to them and steals it all away.

What I Liked:

First, I would like to say that this book is not a contemporary, or a dystopia. It is a thriller, as said by the author. And what a thriller it was.

The characters: I was almost immediately intrigued by the four boys in Anna's basement. I liked how each boy's personality was distinct. I have no favorite of the four, because, despite the duration of the book, and the ending, I liked them all. Anna herself was an intriguing character. I liked the way she thought and reacted. Many times I have difficulty understanding the motives of teenage heroines in Young Adult novels. Anna was a truly likable character, with good instincts and a strong will. She handled things, no matter what they were, with dignity and a clear head (most of the time).

The plot surprised me. In a way, I expected some things (which I will not mention), but I did not expect many points towards the end. The plot is solid, in my opinion, and by solid, I mean not filled with gaping holes and that make me wonder whether Jennifer Rush knows where she is going with everything. No, the plot was superb.

Romance: NO LOVE TRIANGLE YAY!!! That I can see, there is no love triangle. I hope everything stays this way for the rest of the series. I am a love triangle hater in almost all cases, and I am extremely happy to see no love triangle in this book.

And can I say how happy I am about the science in this book. Go genetic engineering! I love the addition of science in Young Adult books, and Jennifer Rush did an excellent job of utilizing genetic engineering into this book.

Also, this book was engrossing. I read about half of it on an hour-long car ride to Northern Virginia, and the second half on the way back. I usually have to put the book down and absorb, but not with Altered. I found myself unable to rip myself away from the book. I needed this book in many ways; with my senior year of high school completely taking over my life, I needed a book that was fresh, original, captivating, and enthralling. I got all of those things and more with Altered.

What I Did Not Like:

That is ended? I know this sounds ridiculous, but there was not much that I did not like. I have soooo many questions, but I have a very good feeling that Jennifer Rush is going to answer at least some of them in the next book, and if not that book, then the third book. I cannot complain with Altered!

Would I Recommend It:

YES YES YES SO MUCH!!!! I am already declaring this book one of my favorites of 2013. It is THAT GOOD.

Rating:

5 stars (can I give it more?)

GO READ THIS BOOK NOW!!! Trust me, it is worth it. Not just for the shirtless boys (although there is a lot of that. *wink wink*)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen AMazing! Compelling! Buy it! 10. Januar 2013
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What an amazing book! I literally spent the afternoon reading this book non-stop it was so compelling. It is best described as a combination of The Bourne Identity and the movie Memento. I loved all the characters, the action, the mystery and Jennifer Rush's fantastic writing skills. You have to read this book; it is FANTASTIC!!

Seventeen year old Anna has worked with her father in the lab under their farmhouse for the last eight months. But, she had been sneaking down there for the last four years, interacting with the four boy subjects her father was working on. Anna was in love with the leader Sam, was best friends with the literature lover Trev, enjoyed the ADD of Cas and was afraid of the rude and angry Nick. The boys were in glass enclosed rooms which she wanted to free them from, but she also never wanted to be without Sam, so she would visit at night playing chess with Sam and forming a friendship with Trev and Cas.

Connor and Riley from The Branch were in charge of the boys' alterations and would check in on the boys' progress in the program. Arriving with a group of armed men one morning, they expressed their displeasure with Anna's father's procrastination and declared they were taking the boys immediately. They boys had been planning an escape and took the opportunity to fight back, killing almost everyone and escaping with Anna in tow.

And this is when the story really gets good. As they flee from the Branch's pursuers, they follow clues Sam left behind last time he escaped. All the boys can only remember the last five years, but they know they have hidden messages on their bodies for some reason. As they decipher the clues, they are continuously being pursued by Connor and Riley and have no one they can trust. It is an edge of your seat adventure that culminates in a huge gun fight.

There is so much more to this book than what I described, but anymore would spoil it as there are many twists. Trust me; you DO NOT want to read a review of this that contains spoilers.

There was occasional profanity , but no sex.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Original....Action-packed....Awesomeness! 4. Januar 2013
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This story was unlike any other that I have read. There's never a dull moment and I devoured every page. I loved each character. They each played a major part to the story. They were well-developed. I loved how distinct and different their personalities were. Please pick up a copy of this book. You will not regret it. Be in store for a whole lot of surprises, twists, and turns! If there is a sequel (which I think there is) I can't wait to read it ! 2 thumbs up!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Altered was okay 27. Januar 2013
Von David P - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Altered has a nice cover, an okay summary, and a lot of positive 5 star reviews on Amazon, so I decided to give it a shot. Lets start with what I did like.

Anna was a pretty likable girl. She was good, kind, not annoying, nor overly simple, and talented at art. She was who she was. From what we know Anna had an okay life, pretty bland, but definitely not bad. Her father seems to be pretty distant, and her mother passed away. She would take care of the boys by making them cookies, making small talk, and ordering organic shampoo. I liked her, most of the time.

The science type things were definitely not complicated to understand. It pretty much came down to one thing, mysterious medication that altered the boys to be better then normal. Stronger, faster, smarter, and prettier then the average Joe, which obviously I like.

Nick added a sense of background drama. Trev was the sweet caring type. Cas brought light humor to this serious mystery. And then there is Sam, the main love interest who shows zero interest in Anna. That pretty much made me laugh. Silly Anna.

There was A LOT of action. It was actually pretty intense sometimes which I really enjoyed. It helped pass the time during the scenes that could have dragged on. Bullets were flying, Anna took down some crazy lady, and the boys got all bruised and sweaty.

With those things being said, there was a lot that I didn't like.

I felt there was little to no character development. Everyone aside from Anna and Trev were single sided characters. We had the comedian, the negative one, the brooding love interest, the betrayer, and the villain. They were obvious to their roles and annoyingly consistant. They held no depth to the point I could perfectly predict how each one was going to react to the given situation.

I was not at any point emotionally invested in any character. So when it came to Anna being in love with Sam, I just wanted to skip all their limited interactions. I didn't understand why she liked him. He pretty much ignored her. They never really spoke. It wasn't really until the end that we finally got some mutual attraction. But even then.... Well I just think Anna and Trev would have been better.

The last thing that bothered me was the abundant amount of clues that allowed me to figure out everything before the main characters did. It was like playing a game of "catch up." I knew everything before the main characters did and I was just waiting for them to catch up with me.

With everything I said being taken into account, would I continue the series? Probably, the book did have some good qualities.

3/5
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