IMAGINE A WORLD IN WHICH PEOPLE ARE SORTED INTO CLASSES BY EYE COLOR.
For twenty-two-year-old Damita Lehava, this world is her reality. She can't remember a time when people treated her as though eye color didn't matter. Thanks to dictator Alaric Silver, Damita's brown eyes secure her status as a second-class citizen. She's not thrilled with her position but she's come to accept it. After all, what choice does she have in the matter?
When a meeting and a walk home changes Damita's life forever, she's forced to realize how much the world's in need of change. Julian Hartwell, a blue-eyed government official, is not at all what he seems--in the best possible way. Thanks to him, she gets caught up in a conspiracy to overthrow the government before she can blink. With limited social pull, professional experience, and bureaucratic ties, will Damita and her allies be able to change the world?
You'll have to read the book to find out.