Review Copies Available: The Union (The Union Series #1) by T.H. Hernandez!

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The Union (The Union Series #1)
Release Date: 11/18/14

Summary from Goodreads:
After global warming and a second civil war devastated the former United States, two different societies rose from the ashes – the Union, a towering high-tech utopia, hugging the perimeter of the continent, and the devastated, untamed midsection known as the Ruins.

Seventeen-year-old Evan Taylor has an easy, privileged life in the Union. What she doesn’t have is any idea what to do with the rest of her life. She only knows she wants to do something meaningful, to make a difference in the lives of others.

When she’s kidnapped and taken into the Ruins as a pawn in a dispute involving her boyfriend, Bryce, her ideal world is turned upside down. What she learns while in the Ruins shakes her faith in everything she’s ever known, from Bryce, to her family, and even the Union itself.

Now Evan must choose whether to stay with Cyrus, the sexy, resourceful survivor who believes she’s in the Ruins for a reason, or return to the only life she’s ever known. But when she stumbles upon a dangerous plot that threatens both worlds, her decision could tear her apart.

About the Author
When not visiting the imaginary world inside my head, I live in San Diego with 1 husband, 3 kids, 2 cats, and 1 dog. I have been blessed, or perhaps cursed, with what my mother called an active imagination, what my teachers termed hopelessly daydreaming, and what today would likely be labeled as ADD just before they tried to cure me of it. I’m fortunate my parents chose to nurture that creativity rather than crush it.

I’m an avid reader, finishing more than 70 books in 2013. Young adult is my favorite genre, particularly stories that mix the intense feelings of teens and young adults with a good adventure, but I’ll read just about anything.

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