The Age of Technics, Book I
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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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