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Seven Years Gone: Undesirable: ( A Young Adult Dystopian / Post Apocalyptic fiction series book 1 )
Five generations after world leaders engineer a virus
to decimate the population and keep it under control, life continues as normal for those living in The Society.
They are divided into classes and go about their lives because it is all they know.
The genetically fortunate become rulers, while those
labeled undesirable are never seen again.
Torn between her obligation to The Society in which she was raised and a desire to choose her own fate,
Ginger takes a chance and risks it all for a
dream called freedom.