YA Dystopian – Red Fox

Red FoxRed Fox
By Lara Fanning
Published: January 2015
ISBN: 978-1506197807
ASIN: B00S2TO9J4
Genre: YA Dystopian Fiction
Formats Available For Review: pdf

In the 1950’s, a Russian scientist began an experiment with one goal in mind – to breed a domesticated variation of the red fox. After ten generations of breeding the adrenalin out of wild foxes, the scientist had created a tame creature named the Silver Fox.

Decades later, the Australian government use this knowledge to devise a shocking plan that will end humanity as the world knows it.

When Freya Walker and her family are ordered to attend a town meeting by the ruthless Biocentric government, Freya is certain something horrible will occur.

The people of her town are split into four groups of people: As, Bs, Cs and Ds. Freya is the only one placed into the mysterious Bs group and transported to a ring in the bushland where she must survive a fortnight without food, water or weapons with her new companion and fellow Bs member, Whilliam Cliff.

As Freya and Whil begin to unravel the truth behind the Bs group, fighting for their freedom becomes a key part in overthrowing the Government and putting an end to their heinous plans for humanity.

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