Oasis

Oasis

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At the age of 7, Quincy Emerson was abandoned by her parents in The Dorms, the brutal societal rehabilitation centre developed by the government of Oasis, a fortress city built from the ruins of a fallen earth. Amidst the brutality and regimentation of her life as a member of Oasis's underclass, she seeks comfort with Aaron, the boy she loves. But when her safety is threatened by those who control the city, she's forced to question everything she thought she knew including Aaron. Escaping Oasis, she finds a group of outcasts-turned-freedom-fighters and their leader Kole, a boy who sees more in her than she can see in herself, and under whose guidance she begins to learn the true meaning of freedom. Though finally free of Oasis, Quincy cannot escape her past. The war she was told ended years ago is still raging on, concealed from those within Oasis by a blaze of lies and propaganda. Soon she finds herself in the middle of the action, fighting for the city, for her life and the lives of all those she's grown to love.
Publisher: Park West, Dublin :, Gill Books,, [2016].
Copyright Date: ©2016.
ISBN: 9780717169238
Characteristics: 299 pages ; 24 cm.

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