The Ones We're Meant to Find is a story set in a far-off world where the environment has been degraded and people either live in eco-cities, where most of your life is lived on a holodeck, or on land that is devastated by natural disasters and pollution. In this world, we meet Cee, who washed up on a deserted beach, and her sister, Kasey, who believes her sister died and is trying to move on.
Cee is trying to put together a boat and venture off the island to find her sister. She finally finds the last piece. Will they find each other again?
Only this book is not that simple.
As you read this book, not everything adds up. And... I can't tell you why. But over the course of the book, you'll find out everything, including why Cee washed up on the deserted island in the first place. This is one of those books that, if you read it a second time, you will definitely see things you didn't see the first time.
The Ones We're Meant to Find is not only well-written with some amazing twists, it also makes you think. How do our actions today contribute to tomorrow's future? Should we do things differently?
I read He's debut, Descendant of the Crane, and although this is in a completely different genre, I can definitely see how she's improved as a writer. I recommend this book, and hope to see more from her in the future.