When veteran reporter Beth Bartlet receives an email from a source claiming “the scoop of the century,” she regards it with the skepticism it deserves. What she doesn’t expect is for that claim to lead to a story, or for the story to trigger the potential downfall of America’s most controversial president.
As the rebellion grows and its missions take a more desperate turn, Sarto’s bloodthirsty response demonstrates he’ll stop at nothing to quell the uprising. But with friction threatening to tear apart the core team, and President Cooper increasingly paralyzed by memories of torture and betrayal, Sarto’s counterstrikes might prove to be only the beginning of the rebels’ challenges.
With the fight against Sarto intensifying, Logan and Piper face the daunting task of convincing President Cooper to trust potential allies. Assistance comes from an unlikely source, but when the team receives shocking news, Piper is forced to make a choice that may cost the rebels every bit of the progress they’ve fought so long and hard for.
Piper and her friends have finally gotten to the bottom of the disappearances, but in the process they’ve uncovered a conspiracy far deeper than they ever imagined. Now it’s up to them to save the president’s life—and the future of Cascadia. But when things don’t go quite as planned, they’re faced with challenges that test them to the limits and push them into making a terrifying decision.
In 2063, the Pacific Northwest has seceded and closed its borders to keep out U.S. climate refugees. Piper is sure her brother’s stories about poor people vanishing are rumors—until she comes home to an empty house. Losing her future, her family, and her freedom, she must get to the bottom of the disappearances. But the only one who can help might be the boy whose family displaced her own.
What if the Pacific Northwest seceded? In 2063, Cascadia’s closed border keeps out U.S. climate refugees. Piper’s sure her brother’s stories about poor people vanishing are rumors—until she comes home to an empty house. Losing her future, her family, and her freedom, she must get to the bottom of the disappearances. But the only one who can help might be the boy whose family displaced her own.
Now that Jess DeLand has escaped her alcoholic mother’s grip, all she wants is a chance to be normal. But when her past crashes headlong into her present, all hopes of normal go spinning off into the weeds. Jess’s attempts to spare her friends—and herself—from the things she’d rather keep hidden, threaten to destroy the new life she’s built. Maybe normal is too much to ask for.
The only kindness Alex ever knew was through Cole, his mentor. Now Cole's dead and Alex's grief is worse than the abuse from his meth-addict father. When Cole appears as a ghost, Alex clings to the link--until he learns Cole might've given up his chance to cross over. The only hope for either is if Alex can find the courage to get out. But after the last attempt, he's terrified of trying again.
The last thing on 16-year-old Jess DeLand’s wish list is a boyfriend. There are more important things to hope for, like a job fixing cars or an end to her mom’s drinking. But when luck hands her the chance to work on a race car, Jess finds herself rushing full throttle into a world of opportunities—including a boy who doesn’t mind the grease under her fingernails.
Being sent to live with Race was the best thing that ever happened Cody. Then a speedway wreck nearly ruined everything. A chance to build his own car seems like a great distraction-until Cody realizes he'll have to live up to Race's legendary status. But without his dad's permission, that's the least of his worries. Now he has to keep Race in the dark until he can convince his dad racing's safe.
When 15-year-old Cody gets shipped off to live with his uncle, Race, he's sure he'll be in for the same disappointment and abuse he's gotten from every other adult in his life. The last thing he expects is for Race and his speedway buddies to become the family he's always longed for. But can Cody get a handle on his super-charged temper before it messes up his last chance to get his life on track?
What if the Pacific Northwest seceded from United States? In 2063, it has.
The climate change that’s devastated all but the Northwest corner of the U.S. has been around since before Piper Hall was born. She doesn’t spend much time thinking about it, the secession that created Cascadia, or the closed border, erected to keep out climate refugees. All she wants is to get through high school and earn a medical degree so she can pull her family out of poverty. Piper’s sure her little brother’s stories about poor people vanishing are just rumors—until she comes home to an empty house. Losing her future, her family, and her freedom and forced into hiding, Piper has to find a way to get to the bottom of the disappearances. But the only one who can help might be the very boy whose family has displaced her own.