Rising by Heidi Catherine
Four tests. Seven days. Nine teens.
Only the chosen shall breed.
★★★★★ "This is definitely way up there with the Hunger Games and Divergent!"
Humans now live in a super greenhouse. Seas have risen. Oceans have acidified. And the fight for resources is deadly. To ensure nothing of this magnitude ever happens again, only those with enough intelligence and heart will earn the right to bear children and heal the earth.
Nine teens must face the tests of the Proving to decide who will be Bound to this new order. Four of them will challenge the system in ways even they can’t imagine.
Nova. The gentle soul who has everything to lose.
Kian. The champion of this new world who’s determined to succeed.
Dex. The one who'll learn nothing is as it seems.
Wren. The rebel who wants nothing to do with any of it.
As the fight to breed becomes a fight to survive, rules are broken, and hearts are captured. This Proving won’t just decide the future of this new order, it will decide the future of humankind.
Lovers of Divergent, The Hunger Games, and The Maze Runner series will be blown away by the breathtaking new series from USA Today best-selling author Tamar Sloan and award-winning author Heidi Catherine.
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★★★★★ "It's understandable why this is compared to the Hunger Games…the writing is top notch and on the same level as those books."
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★★★★★ "Great beginning to a new dystopian world! If you love dystopian, futuristic, or climatic fiction you need to start reading this series now!"
★★★★★ "I didn't think it possible for another story to rival the likes of the Hunger Games and Divergent, but if Burning is an indicator, After The Thaw is going to be THE series to slake dystopian fans' thirst."
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