Aria has lived her whole life in virtual reality. Perry has lived his whole life on the harsh outside. When fate forces the two together in order to save what is most dear to them, they discover that maybe they their differences make them strong.
This is a really hard book to give a solid rating too. The first half of the book was incredibly annoying. Both Perry and Aria are ignorant to the other side of the coin (Aria calls Perry a savage and Perry calls her a mole.) Constantly throwing insults, trying to betray each other, shallow to the point of wanting to put the book down, etc. Then A sudden turn out of nowhere is taken and a romance starts. Love turns to hate and the book turns AWESOME. I could not put it down.
Let me talk a little about our trio here: THERE IS NO LOVE TRIANGLE AND IT IS AWESOME. We have Perry and Aria in a tentative relationship, and Roar who is a steadfast, loyal friend to both. THIS WAS GREAT.
I can't believe I put this book off for so long. It's a solid dystopia with none of the nonsense that usually comes with it (i.e., love triangle, hiding facts from each other, etc.)