Outpost (Enclave, Book 2) by Ann Aguirre

By Ann Aguirre

Deuce’s complete global has changed. Down less than, she was once thought of an grownup. Now, topside in a city referred to as Salvation, she’s a brat short of education within the eyes of the townsfolk. She doesn’t slot in with the opposite women: Deuce in simple terms is aware the way to struggle.

To make issues worse, her Hunter accomplice, Fade, retains Deuce at a distance. Her emotions for Fade haven’t replaced, yet he turns out to not wish her round anymore. harassed and lonely, she starts off trying to find a fashion out.

Deuce symptoms as much as serve in the summertime patrols—those who ensure the planters can paintings the fields with no probability. it's going to be regimen, yet issues were altering at the floor, simply as they did under flooring. The Freaks have grown smarter. They’re staring at. ready. making plans. The monsters don’t intend to permit Salvation continue to exist, and it will probably take a lady like Deuce to show again the tide.

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