The cover is a little misleading, but it is attractive. The story isn't at all about Wren's waking up (rebooting), at least not in a literal sense. Hey, maybe that's the point, that Wren's reboot is more emotional that physical.
Anyway, being back in grad school and doing a shit-ton of academic reading, I'm thinking I'm only going to read YA, celebrity memoirs, and paranormal fiction for the next few years. Reboot is exactly what I'm looking for right now. There's a strong female heroine, who is not long on traits traditionally associated with femininity. She's confident, violent, and unemotional. I also appreciate that she's the badest ass in reboot town, despite being short. I hope if they make a movie of it (a movie deal was scuttled a couple years ago), they keep Wren short and her love interest Callum tall and Latino.
The book is fast paced without being ridiculous, and a quick read without being so fast, or so gripping, that you read it in a day. That can be annoying. I did preemptively download the follow up title, Rebel, so I wouldn't have to wait, so it's addictive enough.
Some plot points--in this future utopia, most of the United States is barren. There's a nasty virus, and sometimes people rise form the dead betters, stronger, faster, and self-healing. An evil government agency enslaves the turbo zombies (reboots), and has the do its dirty work, until they age out of the system and get eliminated. Or get eliminated for whatever other reason, including having a bad reaction to the experimental drugs the evil agency plies them with.