Published by Titan Books on September 1st 2015
Genres: Dystopian/Post-Apocalyptic, Horror
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Also by this author: Mayhem, Murder, The Language of Dying
In the near future, children are tested for the defective gene. Those who possess it are taken from their homes, torn from their families and sent to the Death House.
Standing alone on a remote island, it looks like a 1940s boarding school. But a school prepares children for life, and these children are destined to die. Idling their time away in pointless lessons, supervised by cold matrons, their days have no purpose, because neither do their futures.
When the sickness hits, death comes quickly. Children are taken from their dormitories in the night and never seen again. Forced to confront his own mortality, 16-year-old Toby tries to block out his past, and the terrifying unknown that is his future. Until a van arrives with a group of new kids, and Toby meets 15-year-old Clara.
When they fall in love, Toby and Clara discover that death may be certain, but their fate is in their hands.
I really loved this authors Mayhem duology and am loving the sound of this dystopian horror. Reminds me of something similar to Never Let Me Go and Unwind.
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