In Vagrant, a city of elite, the people are kept drugged up to keep the peace. Underground the vagrants live caring for themselves without luxuries. What happens when the worlds collide?
I see why Vagrant is an International Book Awards Finalist. It is a quick read with the age-old adage of social and economic status and the differences between the privileged and the poor.
I was instantly drawn to two of the characters. They both seemed like good kids who wanted to do what they knew was right.
The intensity of their interactions below the city was a whirlwind. Constant danger lurks around every corner and the government has ears everywhere.
The use of other planets and the transportation between them is interesting as is the way that the unemployed, underground dwellers are treated. Punishment is flung out just because they are Vagrants.
Vagrants ended with a wholloping cliffhanger. I will definitely be reading the next book in this series.
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