Generation Manifestation by Steven Bereznai

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (Disclaimer: I received a free digital review copy of this book from the author through Edelweiss+. All opinions in this review are my own and are honest. )   In a ravaged futuristic world, superhumans, known as Supergenics, rule over DNA regulars, known as dregs. Supergenics live in glory while dregs toil away at the bottom of society. Because some dregs can give birth to Supergenic offspring, dreg children are put through rigorous testing to prompt them to Manifest powers. Those who Manifest are taken into the ranks of the Supergenics. This is Caitlin Feral's dream. Yet if she doesn't Manifest by her final Testing Day, which is already upon her, her hopes of a bright future away from the poverty of the boroughs are as good as lost. When chilling secrets come to light, however, she's forced to make life-altering decisions that come with consequences she may not be able to face. Generation Manifestation by Steven Bereznai was a stimulating, action-packed Young

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