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The Genetic Wars that turned most of the planet into a wasteland are over. The so-called dregs (short for DNA regulars) and super-powered Supergenics now live separately from each other: the Supergenics in the shiny towers of Jupitar City, the dregs across the river, in the squat concrete buildings of the boroughs. But Supergenic children are still born to dreg parents and, under repressive laws, must be sent to live with their own kind.
To find these special few, every teen faces their Testing Day. When her turn comes, socially isolated Caitlin Feral is determined to Manifest superpowers. If she fails, she faces a lifetime of loneliness and drudgery in the boroughs. But how much is she willing to sacrifice to be the supergirl she's always wanted to be? And when she uncovers dark secrets kept by both sides, does she dare start another war to reveal the truth?
©2016 Steven Bereznai (P)2017 Steven Bereznai
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4 out of 5 stars
By Dan on 06-07-18

Amazing story, terrible narrator

I found the story absolutely fascinating. what an amazing way to mix the superhero genre with the dystopian society genre. Loved Normand's character, very interesting.
I usually love when the author reads their own work, but in the case it faded in and out and sounded like a robot most of the time.

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