The team is broken. Fear has replaced hope. But one chance remains.
After the devastating blow of the Coalition’s invasion of their compound, the Underground—especially their leader, Kane—has lost all confidence in their ability to help anyone. Quietly, they train for their next mission, not knowing when or if it will ever come.
Still wrestling with the doubts caused by her recoding, Perryn faces a painful question: what will she do if Willis is found? Though she once believed they were in love, her trust in Willis has been shattered. Facing him again is the only way to know if it’s been shattered forever.
In the hands of Solution Systems, Willis finds himself at the mercy of Dr. Campbell, the scientist authorized to carry out the Coalition’s intentions for the recoded prisoners. Using whatever means necessary, he hopes to make Willis his ultimate test subject for changing free will into obedience. Knowing his friends are unaware of his capture, Willis finds himself alone with only one familiar face—Jez, his betrayer.
When the Underground discovers Sandra, Kane’s wife, is still alive, Sheila and Lydia team up with an unexpected ally to reunite the couple. As the Coalition rises to subjugate the world once more, the team realize they must return to the Chase and seize their one shot to ensure the world remains forever free from the Law.
Book 3 of The Chase Runner series.
Bradley Caffee’s The Change brings the dystopian Chase Runner trilogy to a thrilling conclusion.1 Series heroes Willis and Perryn must overcome different obstacles as they learn to live under grace and not condemn themselves for their pasts. They must examine their identities and assumptions about themselves to finish their journey well. Can the Underground show the rest of the world what free will and grace look like? Or will The Law triumph and crush the hope Willis and Perryn ignited in the first book? Tight situations and Caffee’s rapid style energize this bracing finale for the Chase Runner world.
Best for: Fans of dystopian stories with “noblebright” themes.
Discern: Abusive government, references to torture and mind control.