The Divinity Bureau

The Divinity Bureau

by Tessa Clare

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Overview

Roman Irvine is a disgruntled IT Technician for the Divinity Bureau, a government agency that uses random selection to decide who lives and who dies. In a world where overpopulation has lead to pollution, a crippled economy, and a world in crisis, he’s accepted the bureau’s activities as a necessity… until he meets April McIntyre.

April has every reason to be suspicious of Roman. He works for the Divinity Bureau, which sent her father to an early grave. But he’s also sweet and loyal, and unbeknownst to her, he saved her life. As Roman and April fall deeper in love, the deeper they’re thrust into the politics of deciding who lives and who dies. Someone wants April dead. And the bureau’s process of random selection may not be so random after all…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947015005
Publisher: Asset Creative House
Publication date: 09/21/2017
Series: Divinity Bureau , #1
Edition description: Ach ed.
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Tessa Clare is the author of The Divinity Bureau.

When she's not writing, she's the Managing Director of Asset Creative House, where she's known for her enthusiastic speeches and being one of the few authors with a passion for marketing.
Throughout her early career, she was a concession stand attendant, a busgirl, a barista, a player's club representative for a casino, and an administrative assistant. She also spent years working as a manager for Vacasa, whose business model and revolutionary marketing strategies would later inspire the groundwork for Asset Creative House.

The Divinity Bureau is Tessa's debut novel about a forbidden love between a young activist and a government employee working for a corrupt bureau, set in a dystopian world. Originally self-published in 2016, the story was taken off the market when Tessa decided to retell it as a first person story. It's set to be re-released in September 2017.

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