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Peek Inside Keystone

Black Mirror meets Ally Carter in this futuristic tale of social media gone bad, and the teens determined to save the world from ruin.

Keystone

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When Ella Karman debuts on the Social Stock Exchange, she finds out life as a high-profile “Influencer” isn’t what she expected. Everyone around her is consumed by their rankings, in creating the smoke and mirrors that make them the envy of the world.

But then Ella’s best friend betrays her, her rankings tank, and she loses—everything.

Leaving her old life behind, she joins Keystone, a secret school for thieves, where students are being trained to steal everything analog and original because something—or someone—is changing history to suit their needs.

Partnered with the annoyingly hot—and utterly impossible—Garrett Alexander, who has plenty of his own secrets, Ella is forced to return to the Influencer world, while unraveling a conspiracy that began decades ago.

One wrong move and she could lose everything—again.

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781640638259
Release Date: Jan 7, 2020
Page Count: 350
Imprint: teen
Genre: dystopian, sci-fi, young adult
Tropes: enemies to lovers, fish out of water, overcoming odds

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By Ꮗ€♫◗☿ ❤️ January 23, 2020

Pages: 400.
Publication: January 7th 2020


“Goonies Never Say Die!” Or do they always say die?



I really liked this book. It was original, fun and extremely interesting. It was a young adult dystopian fantasy set in the not too distant future and with the way technology and social media have been boom... ...more

By Toni January 05, 2020

The premise of the book is really original. It takes the concept of social media influencers, popularity and social capital and explores it in a dystopian world. There are fascinating characters, never ending twists and turns - the book is really gripping and will keep you on the edge of your sea... ...more

Keystone was an instant favorite! It enraptured me in its spell and was impossible to put down. With characters that quickly snuck into my heart and a story-line that had me turning the pages faster and faster, I absolutely loved this book! It's unlike anything I've ever read before. If you enjo... ...more

By Shatarupa January 13, 2020

Note: Ella Karman / Elisha DeWitt / Ellie are the same person.

Series: Nothing announced as such but the Epilogue certainly keeps options open.

Synopsis:
Ella Karman is a regular seventeen-year-old girl, as regular as can be in a dystopian world divided into factions based on popularity. She is an... ...more

By Kristi December 19, 2019

Keystone by Katie Delahanty is original and unique, looking at a future dystopian world in which everyone is graded on the Social Stock exchange. Think Instagram on major steroids and then times that by 1000. It’s the current currency and if you don’t rank or are unrankable, life can be pretty di... ...more

By Kristi Housman January 08, 2020

This book had a great pace and I didn’t want to put it down. It also felt pretty unique to me.



Keystone takes place in a futuristic California. Social status is everything. If you’re an Influencer, you’re good. Everything you do is on camera and you can rarely have secrets. Ella Karman debuts at... ...more

By Jessica *The Lovely Books* January 07, 2020

“It sucked, but I’ve lived and breathed my numbers forever. Who am I without them?”

Do you want to know what my first initial reaction to this was? It was the Black Mirror episode Nosedive featuring Bryce Howard Dallas. It basically tells the story of a woman OBSESSED with her ranking and will sto... ...more

By Shelley December 19, 2019

*Source* Publisher
*Genre* Young Adult / Dystopian
*Rating* 3.5

*Thoughts*

Katie Delahanty's Keystone is first of three books in a yet to be named series. The book is reminiscent of Bryce Dallas Howard's Black Mirror episode called Nosedive. The story alternates between the years 20x4 and 20x5 where... ...more

By Lindsay January 19, 2020

I have a thing for YA dystopian stories. I haven't read any in awhile but I'm glad Keystone was the book to get me back into this genre.

The story is based on a world where people follow your life through social media and if you do something that disrupts your rank, your life as you know it will... ...more

By diana November 23, 2019

RTC ...more

By Olivia December 19, 2019

KEYSTONE is an interesting YA dystopian. In the future, the world is now one collective country and is primarily ruled by consumerism. There are multiple classes, and the seemingly top of the top is the Influencer class, where their worth is decided by the companies who invest in them. Ella was b... ...more

By gwendalyn January 10, 2020

This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own

Keystoneby Katie Delahanty is a Young Adult Dystopian, and it involves a world of everyone wanting to have the highest rankings as an ‘Infl... ...more

By Madison December 28, 2019

I went through a whole range of reactions while reading Keystone. I couldn’t have hated the beginning more. I was disconnected, confused and ready to put the book down and never pick it back up. However, I reasoned I was very busy at work and was only reading the book in short fits and I really s... ...more

By gwendalyn January 10, 2020

This book was received from the Author, and Publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own

Keystoneby Katie Delahanty is a Young Adult Dystopian, and it involves a world of everyone wanting to have the highest rankings as an ‘Infl... ...more

By Lisa January 04, 2020

This one really intrigued me from the idea being similar to the only episode of Black Mirror that I have watched. Because that's what I was relating it to as I started the book, at first I was a bit disappointed that the story didn't start out with us spending time with Ella in this world of bei... ...more

By Sascha January 10, 2020

Despite being initially confused, I loved this page-turning dystopian novel by Katie Delahanty. Unlike many writers who bring the story gradually to their readers, Delahanty tossed us and her main character, Ella, into the deep end, quite literally for Ella.

Ella is the dystopian version of an inf... ...more

By Cocktails and Books January 15, 2020

3.5 Cocktails ...more

By books are love January 10, 2020

3.5-4 really

So there is good and bad to this book. The world building is good in some areas.The building on Keystone is good. The one involving Influencers and the social network could use more fleshing out. The look at Ella’s past is good but her distrust hurts her. Our look at Garrett could use... ...more

By Lu December 30, 2019

I received this book from NetGalley in exchange of an honest review. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Ella Karman's life is a peculiar one and a lie. Her existence was engineered, from a donor embryo, a surrogate farm to create a... ...more

By Kristi December 19, 2019

Keystone by Katie Delahanty is original and unique, looking at a future dystopian world in which everyone is graded on the Social Stock exchange. Think Instagram on major steroids and then times that by 1000. It’s the current currency and if you don’t rank or are unrankable, life can be pretty di... ...more

By Amy January 11, 2020

Note: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions shared are my own.

Keystone by Katie Delahanty was my first 5-star read of the year. I absolutely LOVED it. Social media went wrong. A school for thieves. & A whole lot of secrets. It was absolutely my... ...more

By Athina January 13, 2020

I received an ARC of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review
You can read the full review also on my blog https://booknotesbyathina.blogspot.com/

Keystone is a young adult science fiction dystopian book with a very unique concept that is very apt for our days. In this not so distan... ...more

By Lexi January 05, 2020

4.5 Rating.

The first chapter is super confusing and there is no back story to guide you into this dystopian futuristic world. I ha don idea who Allard was, or how Ella knew her or how she got to that point. BUT, the author did an amazing job with the flashbacks that put all the pieces together o... ...more

By Jennifer January 06, 2020

I'm new to the world of Katie Delahanty, and I have to say that I'm duly impressed that she got me so invested in a dystopian world, which is something that I don't read much of for whatever reason. Different strokes for different folks & all. Let me tell you, it was one hell of a ride for re... ...more

By Nicole December 17, 2019

This novel was different than I expected it to be and it was an enjoyable read. I liked how the author gave flashbacks throughout the novel about Ella Karman's life before she joined Keystone. Most people want to be accepted by others and will do hurtful things to fit in. Ella has trust issues du... ...more

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3.95 avg Goodreads.com rating
Katie Delahanty

About the author

Katie Delahanty

Katie never knew she was a writer. Her childhood obsessions centered on old movies, costumes, fashion, playing dress up, and books. Lots of books. On her quest to play make believe for a living she decided she wanted to be a fashion designer and after satisfying her practical parents by graduating from UCLA with a BA in Communication Studies she went on to pursue her design dreams with a Professional Designation in Fashion Design from FIDM. She spent five years helping to design romantic dresses that were sold everywhere from Anthropologie to Nordstrom before the economic downturn led to a career shift and that practical degree came in handy. Now in charge of the ecommerce business for In Bloom Lingerie, she was asked to start the company blog. Not knowing what to say about lingerie but needing to use bridal keywords, she decided to start a fictional serial about how a girl named Olivia Bloom, who worked for In Bloom Lingerie, became engaged. And that is when Katie fell in love with storytelling and the path to make believe became clear. She has not looked back since. Katie lives in Los Angeles with her husband.

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