I had such a fun time during the A-Z Challenge this year bringing up books I've listened to in the past that I've decided to post about others as I think of them and/or highlight some of my favorites again.
This one wasn't in the A-Z posts. In fact, I'd forgotten I read it until I started listening to it again...talk about a senior moment...really, that has only happened to me one or two other times ;).
It's THE DECLARATION, by Gemma Malley
Dystopian back before the present trend...In a world where people can live forever, Anna should have never been born. As a surplus, she's been raised in a home with other surpluses, believing she needs to make up for her parents' sins. But then a new boy comes to their institution. Someone who's willing to question the way things are.
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(THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX)