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Living in a crystal city on a flat world, Aalok Collins is an ordinary boy living in an extraordinary place. But Aalok fears that he is a little too ordinary. All Aalok cares about, besides playing domeball, and, much to his surprise, girls, is his final exam which will determine whether or not he can move on to the Academy next year, or whether he is forced into slavery or exile. But as he waits on nature to develop within him the powers, or anima that all in his clan possess, he is haunted by dreams of an imminent tragedy. As he begins exploring the meaning of his dreams, Aalok encounters a plot to take control of an ancient artifact which could change the base of power in the city of Sherendot, and possibly throughout the 'owr clan.

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The Coming Future has all the elements for an awesome series (looking forward for the second book, well "audiobook"). I really like how the story is told, has a good pace introducing the characters and how they are all contributing to the story, there is a lot happening here which is not a bad thing but in some parts of the story the over-explanation of characters/things can be overwhelming or unnecessary.

Pros: Story, characters, you get involved with the characters feelings and emotions. (you will laugh, feel anger and cry)
Cons: Over-explaining or describing things/characters.

Overall, this is a great book for teenage and youth readers, It will be a great summer read for the English language arts because it embraces high levels of comprehension and opens a door for creativity. It can be used throughout the year for supplementary reading for developmental skills.