Rare glimpses of birds are the only reminder of the freedoms Rain Hawkins once had. Now segregated into a mixed-race zone within the United Zones of the Authority, under tyrannical rule of President Nicks, Rain is forced to endure the bleak conditions set upon her. The possibility of a way out arises when Rain discovers an organized resistance called The Freedom Front, and learns that she, along with many other multi-racial people, has special abilities. Determined to overcome her situation, Rain sets out on a mission with the resistance that will fill her life with wonder, romance, and the undying hope for a better world.
I tried to finish this one, but I couldn't. Partially because I was not connecting with the characters, and the story was not easy to follow. Also, the romantic lead's name is the same as my ex boyfriend from high school - which happens to be a very usual name... and my ex is a buttface.
The thought of everyone being segregated by race was interesting, but hard to believe. Although it is what and initially drew me into the story. The more I read, the less believable it became... and I just couldn't finished.