Did-age is a story about the world from the bomb in 1988. Maddix was effected and so are some friends that she meets on the way through her progress. She gets tested and becomes one of the highly effected humans all around. She starts having troubles, the virus starts slowly becoming worse each day. Will Maddix survive? Or will she fail due to the bomb? Or was it not the bombs fault that she’s like this?
He lay on the torrid sandy floor, too weak to protest his imprisonment. The first few days, maybe weeks, of confinement, he fought, banging on the hard metal wall, clamouring at whoever would listen. Eventually, he gave up, quickly losing hope of freedom. The pinnacle of his protest, was the barely noticeable dents left on the blistering alloy walls. Now, he merely lay on the floor, engulfed under the cloak of darkness. --------------- Generation Darwin are, supposedly, the next evolution of man. They are faster, stronger, and smarter, the better version of humans. Instead of just allowing nature take its course, the government as usual, intervene. They capture innocent children, teenagers, and young adults, any Darwin they can find, and perform inhumane experiments on them. Donovan is one of these prisoners. He's been in there for just over a year, and has lost all hope of freedom. That is, until he meets another prisoner, who feeds him hope of escape, hope of a better future. A future where Generation Darwins can live in peace and harmony, not in fear and confinement.