THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN TWO WORLDS: THE ONE INSIDE THE DOME, AND THE ONE OUTSIDE THE DOOR.
Ever since she was five, Laney has wanted the world outside the door. She thought it was finally theirs, had clutched the trees and the sun and the air with her own two hands and held on with everything.
But it slipped.
Now she's back in the Dome, the silence and gray so stifling she almost can't concentrate on Mr. Dabir's most disturbing game yet. A game that brings back moments of her past and tears them apart. A game that makes her second guess who her friends are, and who are only players.
As everything falls into place--Branch and the others still tightly shut out, and the shell of who Nash once was tightly shut in--Mr. Dabir prepares for the Dome to be his forever.
But information escapes, something that slips through the cracks in the cold stone walls and makes Laney question everything she thought she knew about love:
Mr. Dabir's past might not be loveless after all.
Suddenly the line between the two worlds is blurred and it's hard to tell where the game stops and reality starts. Laney was given the rules, she knows the prize.
But is winning everything she thought it was?
Pointless is the startling final book in the Loveless series, a young adult phenomenon that blurs the line between this world and the world in the book.
Silence. After 74 years without laughter, without smiling, without touch, without kisses to dry dirty tears, this is what the world has come to know. Silence, and gray.
50 years from now, humanity voted to ban love from existence. It was their choice--a choice agreed on by everyone. So it was prohibited. Smiles were gone. Laughter was illegal. Kissing, hugging and touching were unthinkable. With each day that passed, eyes faded to a deep, empty gray.
But what humanity did not know is that without love, there was only hate. And this hate destroyed the world. It was a disease inside humans that burned everything in its path.
97 people survived this destruction. 97 people who took refuge in an old, gray bunker underground that compliments their gray eyes. This is where the story begins--13 years after the world's end, with a people who know nothing except how to live in a world without love. No one speaks to each other. The thought of touching one another is repulsive. Their world is routine--meals, studies, Collaboration. It's like this every day. Laney's life is like this every day. The stories she has heard about what humanity used to be like when love existed are just that--stories. So she goes about her life like everyone else, living in fear and silence.
Until her people start to learn how to hate, and the 97 realize one, simple fact: that love is needed if they are going to survive.
With one final, desperate attempt, Laney and seven other teens--a boy named Nash with eyes a little less gray than the rest, a curious redhead named Theodore, Arsen, who keeps his face hidden behind dark sunglasses--are sent on a journey in the world above to discover love again and to bring it back to humanity before it's too late. But every step forward is a step into the past, and a look into a life Laney is not sure she even wants to see.
People say fear is only an illusion--a trick of the mind, the product of our own making. But to eighteen-year-old Laney, fear is the only thing that stands in the way of everything she has ever wanted.
Time is running out. There is no Dome anymore. No gray, underground world that was governed by a man who taught people that love was just a story from the past. There are only the stairs, the door, and the world they escaped to. There are trees, and canyon walls, and wind, and color--so much color. There are people, eighty-eight of them, who need to learn to love if they are going to survive.
And there is him. He is just like the rest of them--gray eyes, tight skin wrapped around white bones--with one difference: He's changed. Hate reached inside of him and wrapped itself around his heart, and he let it. But he's so good at putting on an act, so good at pretending to be who he used to be, that even she doesn't notice. And when people start disappearing, one by one, there is only one thing Laney knows is as real as the world around her:
Fearless is the thrilling second book in the Loveless series, a young adult phenomenon that blurs the line between this world and the world in the book.
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