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The Declaration by Gemma Malley
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bookshelves: tayshas-list, dystopia, fiction, sci-fi, tween-friendly, young-adult-friendly
Read in April, 2009

A decent teen dystopia where immortality has been achieved through Longevity drugs and any extra/additional children born in this world are unwanted. Surplus Sarah lives in a harsh preparatory school that prepares her to be a Useful servant to some immortal citizen, obsessing about to overcome the sin of being born. She becomes disillusioned with the system and escapes to the Resistance/Underground with the help of another teen Surplus.

I'd recommend the Shadow Children series instead to anyone interested in this kind of story.
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