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Evolve by Barbara Rayne


by Barbara Rayne

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I loved this book! It's not the genre I usually read at all but it started right in the middle of the conflict and kept me wanting to read more at all times. This book is great for any reader with its original plot and characters. I really hope there will be another to continue this story and I cant wait to read more of Barbara Rayne's books! ( )
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The year 2025 will be remembered as the year when humanity was plugged out from the electricity grid. While the population was suffering frequent epidemics and destruction, the rulers of the world were busy building. While the population believed the Moon was an inhabitable rock, the rulers were building cities over there and silently relocating, destining the humanity to a role of retarded obedients. The population was severely dumbed down with vibrations, generations accustomed to the internet, television, phones, technology, reduced to mere vegetative existence.
But few people paid attention to their thoughts; few people made their very first step to evolve. They ended up on the Moon as slave-prisoners. Little did they know it would be their date with destiny. With the help of the native inhabitants of the Moon, the Mellny, it will be their chance to fully evolve, to have a mind so powerful that it becomes the unbeatable obstacle for the regime, to be invisible, to see what others think and feel, to have no fear, to be the hope...
But what can three people do?
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