Immortality. Would you give up forever to save the ones you love?

Titus is no hero. Not even close. He’s not your typical eighteen-year-old, either. This is his fourth life . . . even if he can’t remember the ones that came before it.

Welcome to the Corporate States of America. For the poor, it’s a struggle to survive. The rich? They clone themselves, living their lives of excess on repeat.

When his father is charged with treason, Titus discovers a conspiracy that reaches the highest levels. Everyone knows about the mission to colonize Mars. Titus more than most. After all, his mother was on it.

The Council said it failed. The reality is so much worse.

Now Titus is determined to find out what really happened. But even if he avoids getting killed, maimed, or unwillingly roboticized, the truth could cost him more than just this life.

It could cost him every life to come . . .