Incubation (The Incubation Trilogy - Book 1)
Incubation (The Incubation Trilogy Book 1)
Incubation (The Incubation Trilogy - Book 1)
Laura DiSilverio
Bio-chemistry whiz Everly Jax wants one thing: to know who her parents are. Raised with other repo kids in InKubator 9, she has pinned her hopes on Reunion Day, the annual event where sixteen-year-olds can meet or reunite with their parents. When her Reunion Day goes horribly awry, she and her pregnant friend Halla escape the Kube, accompanied by their friend Wyck who has his own reasons for leaving.In a world where rebuilding the population is critical to national survival, the Pragmatist government licenses all human reproduction, and decides who can--and must--have babies. The trio face feral dog packs, swamp threats, locust swarms, bounty hunters looking for "breeders," and more dangers as they race to Amerada's capital to find Halla's soldier boyfriend before the Prags can repo her baby and force the girls into surrogacy service.An unexpected encounter with Bulrush, an Underground Railroad for women fleeing to Outposts with their unlicensed babies, puts them in greater peril than ever. Everly must decide what she is willing to sacrifice to learn her biological identity--and deal with the unanticipated consequences of her decisions.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Science Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Incubation is a book about friends Everly, Halla, and Wyck and their action-packed adventure. On a future earth, children are taken as babies from their parents and put into a Kube where they live their lives and are educated under government supervision. Everly is one of the girls who lives at InKubator 9. Reunion Day is coming up and Everly is excited. She will finally be able to see her parents for the first time ever.

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