She would be his freedom. He would be her price. In a world overrun with people and narrowing resources, the basis of life has turned to do or die. No longer does the balance of wealth and power apply. A strict split between the rich and poor has made the lines clear- the more money you have, the more power you control. For seventeen year old Emily Beucant, life is an equaShe would be his freedom. He would be her price. In a world overrun with people and narrowing resources, the basis of life has turned to do or die. No longer does the balance of wealth and power apply. A strict split between the rich and poor has made the lines clear- the more money you have, the more power you control. For seventeen year old Emily Beucant, life is an equal gift and curse. Having grown up pre- Unwanted society, she can still remember the days it was okay to play with children from the other side of the concrete wall, back when her father was still alive, and back when the Unwanted program was used to Mark and hunt criminals, not sign away the lives of ungrateful children or spouses with high insurance collections over their heads. But since her father's creation of the program, the government has taken control and made it into a lucrative monster. And as Emily is days away from her eighteenth birthday, and handsome inheritance, she will soon see just how badly it is to be Marked. When her soulless aunt places Emily up to be Marked an Unwanted, she is forced to go on the run from all she has ever known. No where is safe for her, and no one will protect her, least they wish to have the same fate as her. It isn't until she forms a tense, explosive alliance with a former doctor, Ben, that it looks like the tables may turn in her favor. Together they race against those searching for her, desperate to find a way to free her from an early death. But is it too late? No one is safe.No one is free....
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someone please helpI bought this yesterday on amazon, excited to read it and i got quite into it...then it ended...i think. im not sure if that is how it is supposed to be or theres something wrong with the book i bought. it went to the end of chapter six, bruise, and then went into: chapter one, unchained melody, which im not sure if it is supposed to be part of the book or a preview of a different book. i dont know.i am confused and i have not found this book anywhere else yet to compare.other than the "end" part of the book that may or may not be a mistake im not sure, i found this book quite compelling and i really wanted to read more, im sure that with such a good writing style that it is not on Anders part with my particular book ending to abruptly and quickly (if it is i will be sorely disappointed)so if anyone else has experienced the same or different to me, let me know please as i would love to continue the book if there is more to it... :)