We the People: Inalienable

Morticia Thane has a problem It s not the fact that she has no memories before two years ago, or even the fact that she can t die Thane has been abducted by a top secret military unit, whisked away to a hidden facility in the desert by the stalwart but ruthless Captain Bast.Thane meets a group of misfits like herself, and discover that they re not mere prisoners but theMorticia Thane has a problem It s not the fact that she has no memories before two years ago, or even the fact that she can t die Thane has been abducted by a top secret military unit, whisked away to a hidden facility in the desert by the stalwart but ruthless Captain Bast.Thane meets a group of misfits like herself, and discover that they re not mere prisoners but the last line of defense against a threat from beyond the stars Can Thane and the others find a way to win Or will the human race become extinct at the hands of an alien virus
We the People Inalienable Morticia Thane has a problem It s not the fact that she has no memories before two years ago or even the fact that she can t die Thane has been abducted by a top secret military unit whisked away to

  • Title: We the People: Inalienable
  • Author: Christopher Scott Wagoner
  • ISBN: 9781508484721
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Deborah said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

      I don’t like zombie books.I don’t like zombie books.Do you get the picture clearly enough? I don’t like zombie books - and yet I loved this one!Perhaps that’s because it’s never totally spelled out that Thane is a zombie, although there’s little doubt (to me) that’s the case. She can survive any physical trauma that gets thrown at her (there are gory bits in this book); she can’t eat (except for her special soup made of – you’ve guessed it – liquidized human organs); if bit [...]

    • Cayt Landis said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

      We The People: Inalienable is a young adult dystopian novel that follows Morticia Thane. Thane is a young woman who woke up one day with no memories. She has no idea who she is or where she came from. All that she knows is that, no matter how badly she is injured, she can't die. What's more, she can see the souls of the recently deceased before they move on. Thane is obviously not normal and she spends her life on the run, trying to survive and figure out what she really is. When Thane is captur [...]

    • Skylles said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

      I enjoyed Inalienable, first book of the We the People series, by Christopher Scott Wagoner.The story begins with, and centers around, the main character Thane, a young amnesiac looking for her birth parents, and jumps right into some marvelous action. From there, Wagoner takes us on a decidedly off-beat and fun to read journey of teen angst, clandestine government agencies, conspiracy theories, and budding self-discovery. And he pulls it off!I could easily see a clever TV series or movie adapta [...]

    • sherri faubion said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

      GoodFunny and good reading would of been better if the boy lived and the girl got the boy and lived happily

    • Alex Hauhn said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

      Good book and a lot of fun! I am grossed out by zombies usually, but Wagner created a very charming (in her own way) protaganist! I'm already reading the second book on kindle!

    • Christopher Wagoner said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:37 PM

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