UGH. Yup that one word. The story started out weird. It didn’t keep my attention and well it just didn’t work out well. The characters weren't fully developed and the plot started out in the middle of the story. I think it would have been better if we would have gotten a better back story of their society. Some explanation on how, what, and why. The little we did get was so small that it just didn’t give us enough information.
The insta-love was ugh. For a book that is about two societies being separate it just doesn’t make sense that these two characters would do the love at first sight thing. Which comes to the fact that all of the characters weren't well developed. They did things for no rhyme or reason.
So although this book had a good idea the execution of it didn’t work.
In this breathless story of impossible love, perfection comes at a deadly cost.
For Davis Morrow, perfection is a daily reality. Like all Priors, Davis has spent her whole life primed to be smarter, stronger, and more graceful than the lowly Imperfects, or “Imps.” A fiercely ambitious ballerina, Davis is only a few weeks away from qualifying for the Olympiads and finally living up to her mother’s legacy when she meets Cole, a mysterious boy who leaves her with more questions each time he disappears.
Davis has no idea that Cole has his own agenda, or that he’s a rising star in the FEUDS, an underground fighting ring where Priors gamble on Imps. Cole has every reason to hate Davis—her father’s campaign hinges on the total segregation of the Imps and Priors—but despite his best efforts, Cole finds himself as drawn to Davis as she is to him.
Then Narxis, a deadly virus, takes its hold--and Davis’s friends start dying. When the Priors refuse to acknowledge the epidemic, Davis has no one to turn to but Cole. Falling in love was never part of their plan, but their love may be the only thing that can save her world...in Avery Hastings's Feuds.