This is a powerful, absolutely chilling sequel to Gemma Malley’s acclaimed debut, The Declaration. With a dark and sinister vision of the future, it is set in 2140, The Resistance is an incredibly thought-provoking read. We raved about her first novel and this one is once again beautifully written, tightly plotted, utterly compelling and completely impossible to put down.
The year is 2140. Peter and Anna are now living on the Outside as Legals. As an agent in the Underground, Peter is tasked with infiltrating Pincent Pharma Corporation and find out what's happening in the secret Longevity programme. Peter must feign a reconciliation and win the trust of his grandfather, Richard Pincent, one of the most powerful men on the planet, whose company, Pincent Pharma, is chasing the holy grail of modern science - a drug which will reverse ageing and make people look young again. But his grandfather has his own plans for Peter - plans which involve Peter and Anna signing the Declaration and endorsing Longevity+. Richard Pincent will stop at nothing to get what he wants, even if it means ripping Peter and Anna's new life apart. At the heart of the organisation he most despises, Peter stumbles across something more sinister than he could ever have imagined, as powerful forces are gathering to crush the young couple's dreams.
'Poignant, thought-provoking Sharing the visionary quality of books such as 'The Handmaid's Tale'and 'How I Live Now', The Declaration is one of those rare books that changes the way you see the world.' Publishing News
'Stunning, thought-provoking and a book that genuinely stays with you' The Bookseller (Teenage Highlights)
Publication date: 08/11/2012
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
|Publication date:||8th November 2012|
|Publisher:||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction, eBook Favourites,|
|Categories:||Science fiction (Children's / Teenage), Thrillers (Children's / Teenage),|
Gemma Malley studied Philosophy at Reading University before working as a journalist. She edited several business magazines and contributed regularly to publications including Company Magazine and The Sunday Telegraph before moving to the civil service, where she held a senior position within Ofsted, the education and care watchdog. She is married to Mark, the head master of a preparatory school in North West London. Q & A What are your favourite children's books and why?It's difficult to come up with favourites because different books were important to me at different times — I loved Enid Blyton and CS ...More About Gemma Malley