A is for Alice. My name. Or what I would like to call my name. Instead, I'm just A, like the first letter in the alphabet. Unlike you, I don't have the ability to live. I'm locked in a cell, being picked and probed at. There are others of my kind, but where are they? I don't know. For now, it's just me.
When genetically repaired humans begin appearing in Area X, subject A has no other choice but to imbrace it. For months, she has been locked up in confinment, seeing none of her kind, not even knowing who she is or where she came from. In the first novel of the series The In-betweens, subject A meets some of the first of her kind and together, they will figure out who they are and why they are here.