It is 2,241 years after the human race resumed counting. America has undergone a prior century of tyranny. The country is slowly finding its way again under the leadership of President Schulberhe. While no one doubts the good he has already brought the Nation, others question his motives. He is a foreigner, after all, hailing from the war-torn Island of Artemisia. When Janice Smith's mother is suddenly targeted as a national threat and attacked in their home, the twelve-year-old girl escapes. While evading the agents who pursue her, Janice stumbles upon an underground society living outside the System's absolute control. They have been watching the influx of Artemisians for years and stand ready to resist the President's unfolding plans.
About the Author
Violinist/Violist, Composer, and Author Sarah Wallin Huff has been playing the violin since 1990 and composing since 1993. Sarah’s music compositional style draws from such diverse sound-worlds as early and modern Classical, new age and electronica, world, and folk. Having received her MA in Music Composition at Claremont Graduate University in 2008, her compositions have been performed in numerous concerts throughout the States and abroad: including the Zipper Hall in Los Angeles and the Exeter Phoenix Auditorium in Devon, England.
Throughout the course of her exploits, Sarah's literary writing has been a regular part of her creative life. She began writing seriously in 1992 and has been a lover of various sci-fi, fantasy, mystery, and metaphysical writings, both fiction and nonfiction or historical, for as long as she can remember. As she enjoys exploiting the abstract and the philosophical as a backdrop to everything she does, it is no surprise, then, how influential both her literary and music composition are to each other.