Sybille Malone lives in an overpopulated Manhattan, Region One, of Global Good 2202. Their society is the fulfillment of utopian ideals developed by the surviving masses of 2100. Seventeen-year-old Sybille is a resident of Dayshift and longs for a Nightshift boy known only as Mark.
Distraught by Global Good's restrictive culture, Sybille is desperate until she finds a relic of a past civilization. The discovery of Blair's diary sets off a chain of supernatural events that not only effects Sybille's close relationships, but has Global Good scrambling to find the culprit.
|Publisher:||Emily W. Skinner|
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About the Author
Emily spent the early part of her writing career working for the Clearwater Sun daily newspaper and its weekly division. Once she and husband Tom began raising their daughters, Marquel and Blair, she focused more on family and after a long hiatus and both girls now grown women and working in the film industry, she has started anew.
"St. Blair: Children of the Night" is named after her second daughter. Both of her novels are named for her daughters, though the books aren't about these amazing young women. Emily only has two daughters.
In 2014, Emily plans to release the next two books in the "St. Blair" trilogy and a long awaited sequel to "Marquel."