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She does pay attention to her "inner voice" which has been her source of inspiration for years. The only other person she is close to is an elderly woman named Abby at the Senior Center.
A story of transitioning from living in residences to that of residing in a family is a huge part of this story. Imagine trying to explain a family to some that have no concept of that idea!
Lots more in this one but a solid read and most highly recommended.
Another part coming?
Judith White~author of the Sam Flanagan mysteries
Each human being is created by new gods, who choose young girls to be "breeders.' The gods of the Regimen are doctors, scientists and other elitist beings who hold themselves above the people of Aldonia, the city where Liberty, a young girl chosen to be a breeder, lives. Aldonia is a city with gates and electrified walls, designed to keep its inhabitants from escaping. The remainder of the citizens of Aldonia are pushed from birth through a series of government institutions, until they are of age to fulfill the vocation chosen for them by the rulers of the Regimen.
Liberty's feelings, hopes, dreams and heartfelt questioning of her life in Aldonia, along with her search for a different life, make for a fine novel. Theresa Linden's prose is beautiful. This story is suitable for younger readers, perhaps age sixteen and up. Such books are needed these days, because Liberty's dilemma may end up becoming reality if Americans do not change course.
Liberty from Aldonia lives inside a life of high, electrified boundary fences where everyone is chipped, everything is set out to be the perfect world but where family, faith and freedom do not exist.
Liberty is the perfect candidate to become a breeder when of age but she knows this is not what she wants to do. She has already applied and been turned down for a different role and when the time comes she is taken to the breeder facility. An underground group who have also been watching, help her to escape with them. Being a strong willed and determined woman, Liberty sets off on a new adventure, will it all end well?
A great book that I highly recommend, thank you Theresa.
One caveat: the impure thoughts of the villains, who live governed by their passions, are described in some detail, which may be problematic for sensitive persons. However, those passages are brief, stoppable, and not gravely dangerous.