Vestige - Deb Hanrahan I've said, many times, that dystopian is becoming my favourite genre. It's something new in book world, same as paranormal was few years ago. I was so happy when I heard that Deb was writing a dystopian novel.
When it came to me, I've read it in like few hours. It's not long but it's so interesting.
It's hard to write a review for this book just because I wish you didn't read anything about it before you started reading this book. You should discover it all by yourselves. That's why I'll only post you new summary that is on GoodReads, but if you're adventures and willing to take risk then you won't read that summary and you'll pick the book.
This summary contains some spoilers and if you're not fan of them and you're planing on reading this book you'll not read it, please. Here it is:

In the Midwestern suburb of LaGrange, something is amiss. Over a twenty-four-hour period, all the children under the age of thirteen along with many adults have disappeared without explanation. It doesn’t take long for those left behind to learn that this tragedy is part of a global event. As people panic, civilization begins to crumble. Luckily, the Secretary of Homeland Security, Daniel Grimshaw, has a plan to restore order. But first, every remaining person must be accounted for and tagged with a mark on their right hand.
Unaware of his responsibilities, seventeen-year-old Micah has been preparing for this day. His mother trained him and provided him with the proper tools, but she neglected to tell Micah about the family legacy, his legacy. Now that his mother is among the missing, will Micah ever discover who he is, or what he needs to do to save what’s left of humanity from the hellfire of perdition?


Let me tell you once more, this book is different, mostly because in other dystopian books "the end of the world" already happened and you have the picture after the destroying. Here is different, everything happens in front your own eyes, and still you don't know what it is. I also like main characters here, they're so sweet. All in all this book is really great and I enjoyed so much.