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About the book:
Sixteen-year-old Clara and her two brothers have a secret – one that could destroy their commune if anyone found out. When a race of people, thought to be long-extinct, appears outside their home, their secret is exposed. In the same day, a strange woman “spills” out of the computer that powers the commune, and claims to be the Goddess that they all worship, incarnated into flesh and blood to warn of an approaching war. Clara’s world is soon turned upside-down as the woman’s prediction is fulfilled, causing her to question everything she’s ever known about her life and beliefs.
It took me a few chapters before really getting into this book BUT once I did there was no putting it down! It was full of twists that I never saw coming and completely kept my attention just to see what was coming next.
This book seems like it is geared for the young adult but captivated even this 40-year-old lady!
Clara, who lives in a computer powered dome, is sent into a whirlwind when she and her commune brothers hike out for their regular chore duty. She has accidentally disabled the North communities defense, causing a war. A community once thought to have been extinct. Everything Clara has been brought up to believe is now is playing rough in her mind. Will the commune be able to sustain through the war and what will the outcome be?
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About the Author:
H. W. Vivian is the author of the YA fictions, Chasers and War of Rain. Her latest work, The Goddess: A War of Rain Novel, was released in May 2016. She is also the author of the adult humor fiction, Days of Amber, which she published under the pseudonym, Alex Chu. Her next novel, Monarchs, will be released in late 2016. On her downtime, she enjoys sampling vegetarian dishes and taking walks with music blasting in her ears.
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