A FACELESS FUTURE
Years ago, Kyle’s parents fled Denver to live a life without governmental oversight in a small Colorado town. Kyle, an athletic stand-out, always thought there was nothing more in Ouray than hot springs for the tourists and basketball for him—his ticket for a way out and a bigger and better life. But when an old miner tells him about a mysterious room hidden in an abandoned gold mine, Kyle is determined to see what he can find. However, what he discovers shocks him to the core. The government has stored the DNA records for every face in the US; the one they were given, and the one they should have been born with; the incarnation of themselves. In over his head, Kyle goes to the one person who might be able to help. A loner and a computer genius, Billy quickly figures out what the government has kept from everyone for decades. And it’s a secret that might get them both killed…
Book one in the Incarnation Series
About the Author
Sarah Gerdes is an award-winning author of fourteen books that have been published in sixteen countries and four languages.
Before she became an author, she was an internationally recognized expert in the field of creating alliances, her successes featured in publications such as Fortune Magazine, Inc., Entrepreneur and the Economist. Her clients have ranged from the development groups of Ireland and Britain, Microsoft, IBM, HBO, Amazon, and many others.
Gerdes' non-fiction work centers on success, entrepreneurship and those who have overcome challenges to achieve the unexpected. She has titles in the women's contemporary romance category and action/adventure. The common theme across all genres are perseverance, determination, self-reliance and hope. Gerdes is a firm believe in happy endings and realistic, but clean writing.
“We have enough issues in this life without having to read about more in our fiction,” writes Gerdes. “I want my readers to feel the love, heartache, and very real struggles we all have in making the right decisions, hoping—but not knowing—that it will all turn out okay in the end.”