** 3.5 Stars **
I quite enjoyed this book. More than I thought I would to be honest. I picked it up at the library because I liked the cover... and the blurb sounded ok, so I thought I'd give it a go.
The story of Gaia and the dystopian world she lives in is good. The separation between the people living in the center of the city and the ones living outside are massive, the ones outside not really poor, but definitely not well off like the people on the inside. And in addition to that: The outsiders have to give up a set amount of babies per year to be adopted by parents inside the walls.
Gaia is a young girl that has been trained by her mother to deliver babies. They also have the task of delivering the selected babies to the carers inside the walls.
Then one night her parents gets arrested, and Gaia starts to see that all the rules she has lived by, everything she thought was right, might not be as it seems.
I will be reading the rest of the series. (Despite my library deciding to only have the first book - why would you ever do that, it is just cruel?!?)
Would recommend if you like YA dystopian and the blurb sounds good ;)