Sixteen-year-old Alexia Gautreaux already has problems of her own when a massive solar storm devastates modern technology. She causes objects to mysteriously move or break when she has an emotional outburst, and that developing ability must be kept secret. The threat of others to misuse it would challenge her very humanity and the basic rights that come with it.
But when her cohort Reuben helps her seek security in the swamps of Louisiana, repeated attacks upon her home convince Alexia that the talent she resents cannot remain suppressed. At the risk of her own safety while she confronts challenges to her compassion, she must take a stand to protect the lives of those around her. And that might draw the attention of the very people she must avoid at all costs.
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About the Author
A. E. Branson grew up on the family farm where she discovered her favorite entertainment involved reading books and making up her own adventures as she explored the countryside. After earning a degree in writing, she married and became a responsible adult, but still enjoyed reading and seeking adventure. After coming to terms with her distrust of modern technology, she has embraced indie publishing and probably became less responsible.