The truth is never black or white – is it?
Leora Flint lives in a world where everyone is remembered through the marks made on their skin, recording their greatest achievements and failures. After they die their skin is preserved and kept, so people can look at their lives and see who they were, and remember them, if they are found worthy. If not then they are forgotten.
After Leora’s father dies, the truth behind his markings and who he truly was is revealed, as well as many shocking discoveries about the society Leora lives in.
I was absorbed into Leora’s fascinating world, with its range of characters with a tense and intriguing plot! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐