In a future North America, after a global war and global treaty for peace, a mark is given to every person when they turn the age of 13. Having this mark allows one to buy things, get a job, and other benefits of a citizen. Actually, most have the mark. There are some, called the dust who are markless and are not considered part of normal society. This book follows three kids who are caught between the government who wants them to have the mark and the dust who wants them to know the truth behind the secrets the government is hiding.
This is the second book of the series and continues with Logan Langly, the main character, and his adventure to uncover the truth about the mark. The story takes off quickly with action and adventure and introduces us to several new characters. Since Logan and his Dust pals have to travel much of the book, some of the new character's storyline happens quickly, but yet the author does give enough insight about them to help give depth to the story. There are a few surprise twists in the story and the secrets left unanswered in the first book get revealed. I enjoyed this book!
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