Before the Copper virus came along, we were ordinary people. 

Developed in a lab, the virus was hailed as the next stage of evolution. Little did we know how it would change us, physically and physiologically. 

It divided us.

There were still ordinary people among us, those for whom the virus did not latch. And then there were the dynamics—Alpha through to Mu.

And Omega, the lowliest dynamic.

Taking Control (The Controllers Book One)

As an Omega, Eloise soon discovered what it meant to be the lowliest dynamic. That it was worse than being ordinary. And that she would be allocated to an Alpha. A Controller.

Some Omegas were psychic, and like bloodhounds, were excellent trackers of people. Eloise was one such Omega and was tasked with locating a missing diplomat in possession of secret research—the means to destroy the virus. 

The virus had not hosted for her parents. They wanted no part of that world, considered it ungodly and corrupt and feared for her mortal soul when they discovered she had revealed as an Omega.

Should she help to retrieve the missing research and perpetuate the divide, or let it fall into enemy hands where it might be eradicated forever?

Before the Copper virus came along, we were ordinary people. 

Developed in a lab, the virus was hailed as the next stage of evolution. Little did we know how it would change us, physically and physiologically. 

It divided us.

There were still ordinary people among us, those for whom the virus did not latch. And then there were the dynamics—Alpha through to Mu.

And Omega, the lowliest dynamic.

Taking Control (The Controllers Book One)

As an Omega, Eloise soon discovered what it meant to be the lowliest dynamic. That it was worse than being ordinary. And that she would be allocated to an Alpha. A Controller.

Some Omegas were psychic, and like bloodhounds, were excellent trackers of people. Eloise was one such Omega and was tasked with locating a missing diplomat in possession of secret research—the means to destroy the virus. 

The virus had not hosted for her parents. They wanted no part of that world, considered it ungodly and corrupt and feared for her mortal soul when they discovered she had revealed as an Omega.

Should she help to retrieve the missing research and perpetuate the divide, or let it fall into enemy hands where it might be eradicated forever?

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