The Registration Rewritten
As the leader of the Registration, the very system that aimed to kill her, Lynell must convince the committee that she can fill her uncle’s shoes, while also proving to the country’s rebels that she is nothing like her uncle.
When your greatest enemy is your best chance of survival.
Still bearing wounds from her fourteen days of running for her life, Lynell struggles to fill her new role as the heir and leader of the very system that aimed to kill her: the Registration. She must convince the ruling forces that she can fill her uncle’s shoes, while at the same time trying to prove to the country’s largest rebel group that she is nothing like her uncle—ruthless and greedy. When Sawyer, the leader of the Resurrection, reaches out to her with proof that they are both on the hit list of powerful people, the two women form an uneasy alliance.
With only days before the announcement of a policy change that will increase the Registration’s power while escalating the oppression of the people, Lynell and Sawyer must force their mortal enemies out of the shadows to stop a hostile takeover of the Registration that would surely cause a civil war.
For readers who enjoy Don't Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon, Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter, When She Woke by Hillary Jordan, and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.