Cel and Anna is a story about a girl named Anna, her computer Cel, and a computer genius, Taz. In this book, a reader will take a journey to the future where everyone’s lives depend a great deal on the technology that they live with. Anna is the main character in the story and she has a computer that she has nick-named Cel. In the book, Cel has come alive and he loves Anna. To show his love Cel orders a ton of special flowers for Anna, but she doesn’t want to keep all of them. Anna only wants one of the flowers so she orders Cel to send the rest back. This act creates a huge data storm called the Emperor Worm that devastates the city. Anna brings her computer to her neighbor, Taz, so he can look at it and see what is wrong. Eventually they find out that Cel is alive. Cel can see that Anna likes Taz, but Cel definitely does not like him, so it makes a funny twist to their relationships. Since Cel created the data storm, unintentionally, Anna is blamed for it. This forces all of them into a race from the authorities that takes them to exciting new places where they meet strange people that help them on their exciting adventure.
Lindsay Edmunds has created a wonderful story that keeps readers on their toes through the entire book. The way she has written the story keeps a reader wanting to read more even after the book is done. With her writing skill, Lindsay Edmunds has created a different place in time that comes alive in a reader’s mind. She has also created wonderful characters that relate to what a real person might actually do or think in the situations that they are put in. She has done a fantastic job and I am looking forward to reading more from her.
I definitely recommend this book to anyone who would like a good book to keep him or her reading because this book does exactly that. Cel & Anna is a great story and I am glad to have read it.
Highly Recommended by Reviewer: Chaselyn Kenney, Allbooks Review. www.allbooksreviewint.com
Title: Cel & Anna: A 22nd Century Love Story
Author: Lindsay E. Edmunds
Publisher: Lindsay E. Edmunds
Price: $10.76 paperback
Date of review: June 2011