In the last book of the series, we find the
groups getting ready to move to their new homes.
The underground System is being left behind.
There are several islands that have been built to
house the new utopian society. When the
assignments are given, several families find that they
are assigned to the island home that is not
ready. They are to stay behind in the System
while everyone else begins their new lives in
beautiful new societies. When Lucy and her
family arrive at their new home, they find a
remarkable community with amazing views. But
Lucy can't be happy because Grant has been left behind
and will be shipped to the last island when it is
finished. Her father tried to get Grant
transferred but was not successful. Lucy feels
that something is just not right about all this.
Huck is getting more and more controlling and it is
becoming obvious that you don't go against Huck or
there are consequences. Even before the move to
the islands, one of the Systems dared to question him
and all their power was shut off. And there are
whispers of discontent even on the governing
board. With Huck in total control, what can the
survivors do but go along with his every demand.
But what happens when his actions become known?
|SUBJECTS: Dystopian literature.