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The Genetic Wars that turned most of the planet into a wasteland are over. The so-called "dregs" (DNA regulars) and superpowered Supergenics now live separately from each other—the Supergenics in the shiny towers of Jupitar City; the dregs across the river in the squat concrete buildings of the boroughs. But some dreg parents continue to bear Supergenic children; under repressive laws, they must be sent to live with their own kind. 


They are GEN M!


To find these special few, every teen faces Testing Day. When her turn comes, socially isolated Caitlin Feral is determined to Manifest powers. If she fails, she faces a lifetime of loneliness and drudgery in the boroughs. But how much is she willing to sacrifice to be a supergirl? And when she uncovers dark secrets, does she dare start another war to reveal the truth?



“It’s like the lovechild of 1984 and The Chrysalids.”

—Joe Pedro, Passport magazine

“A fun, engaging read about a strong heroine fighting her way through a disturbing and unique future world.”

—Todd van der Heyden, CTV News

“A refreshing and at times heartbreaking exploration for anyone who has wanted to be more than they are.”

—Nicole Demerse, Award-winning screenwriter/producer (Mohawk Girls, Degrassi: The Next Generation, 6Teen)


“Bereznai’s prose keeps the heart and mind racing.”

—Elio Iannacci, FASHION magazine


“Speaks to our inner kid.”

—Ryan Carter, Entertainment reporter, CTV


“I’m impatiently waiting for the sequel.”

—Elizabeth Sagan, Bookstagrammer



“Action-packed from the beginning!”

—Stefan’s Books


“Everything is written to become addicted to this story.”

—Thom Reads



“Highly recommend.”

—Deer Tales



“FIVE NERD glasses out of FIVE.”

—Nerd and Lace

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TEXT: Testing Day is Coming. Be Stronger. Be Faster. Be Smarter. BE GEN M. Quote: "Packed full of brilliant characters." Luke V. Marlowe, The Page is Printed
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