The Wall at the End of the Road


King, 19, has spent his whole life on the wrong side of the local sick wall, dreaming of getting to the other side. The clean side. King’s parents died when he was a boy, when the new sick laws were first coming down, and he’s been raised in a local sanitation orphanage and trained as a “cleaner” by his boss and mentor, Finnegan. When a strange new outbreak hits, the two men accept a ruthless offer from a powerful pharmaceutical executive, Marissa, forcing King to make impossible choices between his dreams, survival, and the fate of his community.


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