When Connor Simms meets a girl who should be dead, not even his flirty best friend can convince him to stop his self-destructive search for truth. ~~~ "A damn good story ... enough twists and turns to keep even this jaded reader on his toes." - Joseph Nassise, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. ~~~ Seventeen-year-old Connor Simms knows two things. If he competes well for his place in humanity's new civilization, he'll get to choose the city of his imprisonment. If he fails, he'll spend the rest of his short life in Oblivion. With both outcomes bad but at least one giving him a choice, Connor resigns himself to compete for a life he doesn't want. Then Connor meets a girl who should be dead from atmospheric exposure and nothing-not the early success that rockets him to the top of the standings; not the invitation from his flirty friend to ace his tests so they can be together-can stop his self-destructive search for truth. Connor picks at the mysteries of the world he thought he understood, starts to tumble in the rankings and with the chill of Oblivion on his shoulders, Connor must decide if surviving his summer in Wonder is worth the prize of a life in a city built on lies.