The Darkest Minds Setting

Alexandra Bracken
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Thurmond

Thurmond is a camp where many of the Psi children are held. It's one of the largest and most foreboding of the camps. Thurmond is huge and houses hundreds of children. The camp becomes Ruby’s home at age ten and she remains there until she’s sixteen. The camp is fairly self-contained and includes a huge building referred to as “the factory,” though Ruby says the building is actually one huge room with rows of tables where the children engage in a great deal of “busy work.” There are also cabins where the children sleep. Boys and girls never interact, and they are not allowed to talk except for the moments before bedtime.

East River

East River is a camp operated by Clancy. It's located at Lake Prince, and most youngsters believe it’s a haven from the Psi soldiers, Children’s League, and trackers. The camp...

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