The Waning Age

The Waning Age

In a parallel present San Francisco, Natalia Peña works as a hotel maid, practices martial arts, and cares for her eleven-year-old brother, Calvino. In this version of our world, all children start to "wane" when they reach Cal's age; by their teen years, they've lost their ability to feel emotion. But Cal isn't waning. When a mysterious corporation kidnaps him for testing, Natalia's reaction surprises her: she's crushed, and she'll do anything to save her brother from their experiments. But the road to his rescue leads her into the path of a dashing but troubled billionaire's son, a cadre of killers, and, eventually, the shocking truth about waning.

Title:The Waning Age
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780451479853

    The Waning Age Reviews

  • Kate Willis

    Just a few more days! Time to start bothering my library soon. :D...

  • Katherine Moore

    It's present-day San Francisco, and ’The Waning Age’ is 10 years old. This means that at that age, it's expected that you will lose your ability to feel emotions. You will not only lose the abilit...

  • Cindy ?? Savage Queen ?

    This sounds interesting, I also happen to have a younger brother Calvin so reading the name Calvino definitely made me think of him ...

  • KristynRene The Hype Queen of Books

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review.DNF Happiness and tranquility weren’t cheap five hundred years ago either. Bought with the blood and sweat of serfs, with the bondage o...

  • Stacey

    a story about people without emotions is a bit difficult to relate to. oddly I thought there would be some interesting philosophy or scientific discussion to the lack of emotions, but both the definit...

  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)

    What, and I mean this next part, the f*ck.This book made little to no sense....

  • Forever Young Adult

    Graded By: BrianCover Story: YawnDrinking Buddy: Warm WaterTestosterone Estrogen Level: Typical YA DystopiaTalky Talk: EmotionlessBonus Factors: The Joy of Sects, WeBromance Status: A Book That I Have...

  • sally

    Fun neo noir/hard boiled detective novel with philosophical undertones....

  • Sarah Dawson

    A very interesting and difficult to write concept. I particularly liked Cal's explanations...

  • Carli

    ⭐⭐⭐/5. I loved this author’s Mapmakers Trilogy (it is seriously one of me all-time favorites), and I was excited to see something new from her. This one was just okay though. It’s a future w...