The Atlas Proxies
Set in a remote camp full of genetically identical boys and their teachers and counselors training them towards an unknown destiny. The anonymous organisation that's raising them begins to progressively threaten and intimidate the boys and the staff until they escape and spread out. But thirty years later the organisation begins tracking them down again, now armed with dangerous new knowledge about their origins and purpose.
A book about people who, despite being mostly good, mostly successful, and mostly competent, are living their lives with restriction and self-censorship. Those social niceties and boundaries we all contend with--that we all depend on sometimes--slowly choke that sense of selves and emotional freedom, but even within those limitations these characters find small personal redemptions.