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Fiona doesn't remember going to sleep. But when she opens her eyes, she discovers her entire world has been altered - her house is abandoned and broken, and the entire neighborhood is barren and dead. Even stranger is the tattoo on her right wrist - a black oval with five marks on either side - that she doesn't remember getting but somehow knows she must cover at any cost.

And she's right.

When the honeybee population collapsed, a worldwide pandemic occurred and the government tried to bio-engineer a cure. Only the solution was deadlier than the original problem - the vaccination turned people into ferocious, deadly beasts who were branded as a warning to unvaccinated survivors. Key people needed to rebuild society are protected from disease and beasts inside a fortress-like wall. But Fiona has awakened branded, alone - and on the wrong side of the wall.

©2013 Bethany Wiggins (P)2017 Tantor

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  • 11-29-17

Gag.

this was so corny it made me cringe. teens would probably eat his up but anyone who has read a half decent romance will no this has no substance. the story line wasn't bad though but the romance just ruined it. the narration was a bit robotic though, which was odd as when she was doing the voices of other characters it was good. but Fiona's voice and internal monologue was Stephen Hawkins.