Lena and her best friend Hana are both eagerly awaiting their cures. The thing that will protect them from contracting the disease. Lena has always been careful, quite unlike rebellious Hana, but when she meets the boy with hair the color of autumn leaves her life takes a turn down a path of rebellion, sorrow, and (most importantly) love.
One thing I really enjoyed about this book was the character development. It was interesting to see not only the visible features of the character but also how the cure affects their personality.
I guess the main thing I didn’t like about this book was that the “good guys” weren’t all good. They were murderous and manipulative almost as much so as the “bad guys”. I just wish they could have been a bit more righteous.
Overall I would give this trilogy 4 out of 5 stars.