Rebellion

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Lee & Low Books, Incorporated, 2014 - Juvenile Fiction - 396 pages
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In a world where half the population is genetically engineered, what does it mean to be human?

Kayla is a GEN--a genetically engineered nonhuman--in a world torn apart by castes separating GENs from -real- humans. In the wake of a devastating bomb blast, Kayla finds herself at the headquarters of the organization that planted the bomb--and many others like it in GEN food warehouses and homes. Her biological mother tells her that Devak is dead and that Kayla must join their terrorist group, which is ramping up for something big. Now Kayla must pretend to embrace this new role in an underground compound full of paranoia as she plots a way to escape and save her friends.

Meanwhile, Devak has emerged from his healing in a gen-tank, only to be told that Kayla is dead and his family has fallen from grace. Can he overcome his grief enough to notice the clues that point to Kayla?

As Kayla and Devak fight to find each other and stop the bloodshed, the Tankborn trilogy rushes to a thrilling conclusion!

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REBELLION

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Surprising new obstacles crop up in the Tankborn series finale.As Awakening (2013) ended, an explosion left Kayla's and Devak's fates unknown. Devak awakens to learn that medical expenses for his slow ... Read full review

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User Review  - Strider66 - LibraryThing

Pros: realistic political, racial and cultural complications; bhimkays; satisfying ending Cons: Kayla’s suspicious actions in her room would have brought attention to her schemes; rushed secondary ... Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Karen Sandler is the author of the Tankborn trilogy as well as seventeen novels for adults. She lives in northern California.

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