Skinned (Skinned Trilogy)

Author: Robin Wasserman

The Download was supposed to change the world. It was supposed to mean the end of aging, the end of death, the birth of a new humanity. But it wasn’t supposed to happen to someone like Lia Kahn., , And it wasn’t supposed to ruin her life., , Lia knows she should be grateful she didn’t die in the accident. The Download saved her–but it also changed her, forever. She can deal with….Read More

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