Vivica Wilkins is on the run in a not-so-distant future. As a fugitive, she has no choice but to join an elite group of rebels that are hell-bent on making change happen. As she sticks with the rebels, she begins to realize that maybe she should start making some changes alongside them. But to do so, she must change her entire appearance: her face, her eyes, and even her voice. She must become Fredrica Lloyd, an undercover agent who must infiltrate the government.
In The Liberation by Marissa Shrock, the main character, Vivica, goes through life altering experiences in order to make a future world a better place for mankind. The main character is a seventeen year old young lady. She is witty, smart and quick thinking. As events happen, Vivica adjusts quickly to changes. She lives in a twisted dystopian society between true Christians, and those who use Christianity as a tool to control people's lives.
Set in the future of our country, Vivica Wilkins, a fugitive, has to go into hiding. She decides to join the rebels so they can defeat the government. Her mother, a governor, has also been captured by the government for hiding Vivica, and somehow Vivica must get her out. Losing her dad at age four was hard, but seeing others killed because of her was even harder. Peacemakers, a group of people who wanted all Earth to act as one nation, see the movement of the rebels as a way persuade America into joining them.