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"I don't know why Absalom keeps me. I'm not any good at gene charting or chromosomal manipulation. My hands shake whenever I'm in the Fetal Growth Room. I can't even walk past the CC Surgery Center without feeling panicky and nauseous. There are too many buttons in this place--too many ways to end a life. And it scares me."

Galaxy, a skinny fifteen-year-old girl with long white hair, doesn't know why Absalom spoils her so much. Especially since she's just an undersized CC--a member of the Commodity Class--a class of expendable slaves. Absalom owns Absalom Industries, including AI Tower, the most iconic structure of post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. As a mass producer of CCs, Absalom could have any personal CC he wants--a super smart Wit, a powerful Warrior, or even a sexy Pristine. Instead, he chose Galaxy, one of the Naturals--a sickly, petite girl who prefers to nap in the sun instead of attend class.

When Galaxy discovers Absalom is dying, she realizes her days of privilege are at an end. A new executive order will cut the CC population down by a third. Galaxy and her best friend, Needle, will be among those sent to the incineration chamber.

Now Galaxy has a choice to make. Use what's left of her privilege to secure safety for herself and Needle... or join the doomed CC rebellion.



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Ernest and Edith Fields spent most of their lives in Laurel County, Kentucky. They had seven children and were married for over 60 years. Though neither of them considered themselves writers, they were encouraged by their family to write down some of their memories, which led the to creation of this book. The family of Ernest and Edith hopes you enjoy this compilation of stories and history that attest to lives lived according to faith and love. Ernest was a coal miner, a World War II veteran, a long-term South Central Bell Telephone Company employee, and a philosopher. Edith was a dedicated wife and mother, a hard worker, and a woman of resilient faith. But perhaps their most visible legacy is in how much their children and grandchildren honored them and love one another.

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