Yes, this is another teen dystopia involving a virus destroying the human race and the few stragglers that remain are fighting to find a way for the species to survive. New babies can't be born that are resistant to the virus so the humans are dying out. Meanwhile, they are fighting against two sets of enemies - the Voice (humans who disagree with the government on how to fight the virus) and the Partials (humanlike androids engineered for war who fought the humans almost to the brink of extinction 11 years previously).
Our heroine, Kira, is training as a medic and is desperate to find a way to cure the virus and save the human race. Her journey leads her to discover all kinds of dastardly secrets about what really happened in the past. We learn more about human history, Partial history, and the genetic problems faced by both races. There is a low key love triangle that doesn't overwhelm the narrative. Of course, Kira is torn between feelings for her human boyfriend and a Partial who happens to be engineered as a cute young soldier. But the settings, plot and action are the star players in this story. I enjoyed Wells' writing and will tune in for the next installment, although I felt that sometimes the descriptions were too lengthy and detracted from the pace, and there was a LOT of internal monologue from Kira's point of view which became repetitive after a while. Overall, great dystopian series. It's nothing really new and exciting but it is engaging and I want to know what happens next.