Please let me know if this doesn't belong here I know caste systems are pretty much used to death, especially in YA, but I have an idea for a story based on this type of world. Basically I would like to build a society where what occupation you can hold, what clothes/hairstyles you can wear, and how you are treated are based on eye and hair color. Those with blue eyes would be at the top (presidents/czars/royalty) while black eyes would be at the bottom (slaves, hard laborers, the destitute) . Any color in between will be "normal" jobs (ex: scientists (light green), botanists (forest green), office workers (hazel)). Instead of having the POV be from a character at the bottom and showing their rise to the top, I would like the POV to be of a member at the top who is kidnapped by a lower level member and made to give up information so that they can infiltrate and bread the system. The story would follow the MC's journey from ignorance and hatred for the lower members, to understanding and empathy. Does this sound at all interesting, or is it a stupid concept? I know it comes down the personal preference, but it would be cool to get a little feedback. Sorry, this thread is a jumbled grammatical mess. I'm currently at work and hiding from my boss Edit: I'm also at 30,000 on another WIP, but this suddenly came to me today. I'm working in South Korea, which has a pretty obvious caste system, so it's been inspiring my writing lately.