“In a world where love is for sale, everything else lacks value.” In London, 2040, love is known as OX2 and it has a price, a price that not everyone can pay. Sophie Quinn is lucky, recently she has moved with her family to Upper Thames, the most favored part of the city. They can consume OX2 whenever they want, which enables them to preserve their emotional ties and carry on a relatively normal life; she goes to college and her relationship with James is at its best. However, something is threatening her apparent happiness. The sale of OX2 has generated new social classes and sociopolitical interests that will put her perfect world in danger. Sophie will have to choose whether to fight against love or for it; the days go by, the hours count and her own love has a price. Will she be willing to pay that price in spite of the consequences?
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M. Salomon has been dedicated to advertising for years, working in award winning campaigns throughout the world, from some of the most reputable agencies. With her first incursion into YA literature, she has carried her Advertising and Marketing knowledge to the plane of fiction converting love, driving force of our life, into a product like any other, but with a high price that Sophie Quinn, the main character of “The Unlovers”, will have to pay to save herself and protect her loved ones. In her story a dilemma is laid out that will put into question these new priorities. If we could not feel love, but we could buy it, what price would we be willing to pay for it? What value would we give everything else including our own lives?
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