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"Thunder" is about Selah Risshon Chavez who is about to turn 18 (that's what Birth Remembrance means; I'll give you a freebie on this vocab). She is trying to capture a Lander to prove herself and to bring in a good price from The Company - especially if the Lander keeps the markings he/she lands with.
Her brothers steal the Lander she captures and she finds that the Lander's mark is now on her (although in a different spot). Now she's a Lander (maybe?) so she's not safe at home and runs away North to where The Company is. Family secrets spill all over in a roller coaster of events. I don't want to give much more away but just know that as I didn't like this book at first, it sucked me in with the plot line. I could have done without half of the descriptors in this books (I believe there is such a thing as too many adjectives), but the plot kept me going. I read this book all within 24 hours (less than that, actually) - and it's over 400 pages.
Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own and others may or may not agree.