Fate will out.
Emery Kidd is one of two historians for her community. As a Chronicler, she is aware of the minute details of a society dramatically changed over the course of the two hundred years since cellular regression began. She also knows why the population of the planet has dwindled in that time and how history tends to repeat itself.
Here lies the greener grass.
Regeneration is an idyllic way of life or so it has long been assumed. Very soon, however, the regens will come face-to-face with their true inheritance. The question is how the consequences of this legacy will be received. Once again, the human race has become complacent and their ignorance could lead to extinction this time.
Emery and her friends must remind the world that survival requires conscious effort. Only, even if they were to succeed, it may be too late to turn the diminishing path of civilization around—too late to save peoples' lives—including their own.
Includes a preview of "Being Human," book three in the series.
|Series:||Fountain , #2|
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About the Author
Ellison Blackburn grew up in Chicago, Illinois, but now, home is wherever she, her husband, and their three furry children happen to live for the time, be it the West Coast or back in the Midwest.
In addition to weaving tales of fiction and writing poetry, Ellison enjoys painting abstract landscapes, traveling to international destinations, and reading made-into-movie novels.
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