"Stay on guard. Be aware of your surroundings. Notice the nuances. Cover your tracks. Always be prepared. Question everything. This is how you stay alive, Joy. This is how you keep the ones you love alive."
The words of sixteen-year-old Joy Montgomery's late father, Zephyr the Magnificent, urge her onward in this quest for truth and freedom, with the allusion that all is not as it seems in Bygonne.
Faced with the exhausting task of building mechanical trees that produce the precious oxygen they breathe, the Greenleigh orphan slaves piece together clues about the existence of a possible forbidden paradise beyond The Wall. To find the truth, shatter the illusions, and free the children, Joy must entrust the aid of an unlikely ally who harbors dangerous secrets.
This is the first book in the Treemakers Trilogy, a series that appeals to fans of Divergent, The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, and other dystopian/scifi favorites who are looking for something refreshing and new. With heart-pumping action and spine-tingling plot twists, it's sure to leave you flipping pages until the wee hours of the morning.
**Content Advisory: This series contains themes which may be too intense for younger readers, and/or disturbing to those sensitive to violence, language, or gore.
If you enjoyed this book make sure to pick up book two, "The Soultakers," and book three, "The Seeker's Keys."
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