The Last Relicuin

The Last Relicuin by Hargus Montgomery (2013)
-NetGalley Review-

The last relicuin
Fiction | Sci-Fi | History | FBI
3.5 Stars
Blurb:

“In the 22nd century, twelve percent of the world’s population chooses history. Safe inside the guarded borders of living museums, museum dwellers resist attempts by Metro leaders to seize their lands and force them back to the cities. When Alexander Kane, (son of a powerful Metro Senator) leaves the protection of the City to enter the Federal Museum Academy, he becomes the target of a growing political struggle. Crossing borders into the 12, 18th, and 20th centuries, The Last Relicuin follows three generations of a family torn between the past and the future.”
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