"Jade, Jade...wake up!" Alice said. Jade's eyes opened, she jolted out of bed and grabbed a knife from under her pillow. "Get away!" she cried out slashing wildly in the air. Alice grabbed her wrist, "chill...it's just me..." she then smiled "and don't worry i'm not infected." Jade rolled her eyes, "what do you want Alice?" she asked then faced the dresser which has a small blue clock on it. "It's five in the morning, can't it wait?" she grumbled and pulled the covers over her head. "No it can't," she said and pulled the covers away. "Someone might be willing to take you across country to the medical center!" Jade grumbled and sat up. She was wearing a shirt and boxer shorts. "Why did it have to be me that ended up having a secrect to the cure?" Alice headed towards the door, "it's better than being one of the infected" she said. Jade slumped over to her drawers and rummaged through them. "Just for once I would like to sleep in, I mean c'mon...it's my 14th birthday I should be able to once in a while." Alice gave her a look as Jade pulled out some worn jeans that she's been searching for. "Here it is" she said. "Hello, someones waiting on you! Hurry up!" Alice snapped. "Okay, okay!" Jade began and struggled to slip her Jeans on. Alice walked out the door as Jade buttoned up her jeans and grabbed her socks and shoes, following her friend barefoot. Its been 20 years since the infected attacked. The disease known as Biowire first popped up in crops from around the world then to anyone who ate them. There is a way to prevent your crops from being contaminated but the crops that aren't infected belong to the government which gives the world small amounts while they have most of them. Nobody knows where the government is so they aren't able to attack, nor do they have the technology to track them. Instead their only hope for the humans survival is a girl named Jade, she was bitten a month ago and still lives today. Usually when your bit it takes a day or two to turn, but she was special. They needed two people to escort her on this journey and the Rebellion who was fighting for freedom instead of curfrews and small food amounts (like the governments enforcing) are willing to do anything it takes to bring the girl to their medical team across the United states, even if they have to work with outsiders in order to do so.