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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, Nov 1, 2012 - Ageism - 288 pages
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When a Pincent Pharma lorry is ambushed by underground activists, its contents come as a huge surprise - not drugs, but decomposing corpses. It appears Longevity isn't working and the drug promising eternal youth is failing. A virus is sweeping the country, killing in its wake, and Longevity is powerless to fight it.

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User Review  - Marlene-NL - LibraryThing

I loved loved the beginning. To me the book should have stayed with that concept. it did not need the action like we had in book 2 with the underground. it was interesting enough to me what would ... Read full review

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User Review  - emleemay - LibraryThing

So, this is the end of the Declaration series as it currently stands and I found The Legacy to be a moving and befitting ending to a series that has kept me on my toes, questioned philosophical and ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Gemma Malley studied Philosophy at Reading University before working as a journalist. She edited several business magazines and contributed regularly to Company Magazine and the Sunday Telegraph before moving into the civil service in a senior communications role at Ofsted.She lives in South London with her husband and son.

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