In the year 2050, America is booming-but there's a dark side when prosperity is based on the buying and selling of the next generation's future, as Sasha Cross is about to find out.
To the world, Sasha is young, famous, and the symbol of what's wrong with a money-first society. To the Big 7 companies that control the fate of America's youth, she's a sure thing, and they all want a piece of her. But Sasha wants to choose her destiny.
Whether you're an Auction elite such as Sasha or someone stuck in the bottom tier of society, whose life is worth nothing to the Big 7, having a mind of your own is dangerous. As society threatens to crack under the weight of the Auction, Sasha and her fellow candidates face decisions that will define their lives-if they get to keep them.
Perfect for fans of The Hunger Games and America Inc., this riveting story explores the dark side of capitalism and what happens when a person's future becomes a commodity.
About the Author Galvin, Tom: - Tom Galvin spent over a decade working as a Washington political reporter, breaking stories about Capitol Hill and the White House. He then moved to Silicon Valley as a technology executive, gaining a front-row seat to the internet era. His experience in the political and technological arenas has given him a unique perspective on the intrigues and dangers when power, technology, and greed are mixed together. Though his careers have changed, Galvin's love of writing has remained. He and his wife, Jennifer, split their time between the Gulf Coast of Florida and the Jersey Shore. The Auction is his debut novel.