Tahlia and Quentin live in a world where the US population is starving to death one hundred years after a government-mandated “cure” for obesity. Tahlia’s ancestors escaped genetic mutation. Now she and her tribe must hide in the wilds of South Dakota to avoid being harvested for their untainted DNA.
When Tahlia is captured on a supply run, she becomes a lab rat for the scientists searching for an antidote. The fate of humanity lies buried in Tahlia’s genetic code, and her own survival lies in the hands of Quentin – the only son of the very doctors who want to cut her open.
Harrowing and suspenseful, Untreatable transports readers to a dystopian future where everything is not as it seems and resilience of body–and spirit–is required to survive.