The vampires, the humans.
What's the best way to unite a group of people?
Give them an enemy.
Have they been fighting the right battle all along?
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Who'd have thought that the two sides of the wall would ever merge? Frankie, Jackson and Lucien; just some dumb kids, have opened the flood gates, pulling who they could through, letting the world's collide – waiting to see if it'll rage or burn away. These unlikely leaders of the revolution are hit with a whole new set of problems stemming from an integrated world; and the children of the revolution are starting to realise the romance of joining the sides together is so much harder than they dared to dream.
But Lucien has friends on the other side. Getting through the great metal doors isn't a problem. It's not the doors they fear but the people behind them. Returning after so long. When the kids on the London side of the wall are faced with the ones they lost months before, will it soften their attitudes to the racism they've been raised on?
And Frankie, dear Frankie, about to get the visitor of her life.
How will Lucien cope when his job as protector fails? What about Jackson, so strong, raised on anti-vampire propaganda. Can Frankie change his mind, and her choice, their choice, dead or undead, the ultimate question.