By Evan Angler
“Apocalyptic dystopian fiction at its most sensible. Angler’s sharp wit and dexterity with political issues are matched merely by means of the exciting suspense on each page.” —Lis Wiehl, New York Times bestselling writer and FOX information correspondent
In a destiny usa lower than the facility of a charismatic chief, each person will get the Mark at age 13. The Mark we could citizen store, visit institution, or even get clinical care—but with no it, you're by yourself. Few refuse to get the Mark. those that do . . . disappear.
Logan Langly went in to get his Mark, yet he subsidized out on the final minute. Now he’s at the run from govt brokers who will cease at not anything to trap him. yet Logan is on a project to discover and shop his sister, Lily, who disappeared 5 years in the past on her 13th birthday, the day she used to be purported to obtain her Mark.
Logan and his associates, a bunch of dissenters referred to as the airborne dirt and dust, find a gigantic community of the Unmarked, who support them commute properly to the capital urban the place Lily is imprisoned. alongside the best way, the airborne dirt and dust gets a few startling details from the Markless community, opening their eyes to the message of Christianity and caution that humanity is now coming into the tip of Days.
When the airborne dirt and dust ultimately arrives within the capital, apparently all their cautious making plans is dead opposed to a central authority that might do something to bend its voters to its will. Can the mild phrases Logan has present in a tattered, banned Bible particularly stand opposed to the main strong army the area has ever recognized? Can Logan even sacrifice his personal freedom, opting for to behave via religion alone?