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Archibald Moore was thirteen when the Restorative Party took over power of the country from a failing government. But since it's inception the Party has overstepped its unlimited power in more ways that one, fueling an underground movement that Archie, now 18, unwittingly becomes a part of after escaping from the Party's grasp. She spearheads the fight to bring the Party to its knees. More
Ever since the Restorative Party took power of America following the Great Recession, Archibald Moore’s world has been anything but normal. She was just thirteen when the Party was created, and in it’s mission to right the past’s wrongs it’s clear the Party is failing. Unfortunately for her, now eighteen, there isn’t much she or the rest of the nation can do about it – the Party rules the nation like a street gang would rule a block, benefiting it’s elite supporters and using thugs like the Street Guard to oppress it’s citizens. There’s only one place in the nation, the forbidden Warehouse District of New York City, that’s not under the Party’s oppressive thumb.
When the Wall surrounding the Forbidden Borough first rose, the Party’s condemning response was immediate. So when Archie learns that Henry Parson, her close childhood friend, is speaking with someone connected to the District, she’s terrified: fraternizing with the enemy is punishable by going Missing, and just like the name suggests – no one knows what happens to them. That ‘someone,’ the mysterious Lewis Morgan, promises her friend Henry a life that Archie believes to be a fantasy – until dangerous circumstances land her within the Wall itself, with Lewis Morgan but without Henry Parson. Archie’s initial experience within the Borough is a mixture of love and hate, freedom and oppression, and, ultimately, a life-changing experience she would never have expected.