Untrustworthy

Untrustworthy

by JR Gershen-Siegel

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Overview

Winner of the first Annual Riverdale Avenue NaNoWriMo contest, JR Gershen-Siegel's first published novel Untrustworthy is a ground-breaking science fiction novel of Dystopian politics in an oddly familiar alien culture that pits gender "norm" against gender-bend in an age-old battle.

"Untrustworthy is old-school political dystopia in the vein of Brave New World: brilliant, gripping, frightening. JR Gershen-Siegel tackles gender politics and gender oppression with an unflinching eye. Untrustworthy is panned NaNoWriMo gold."

Cecilia Tan, Publisher of Circlet Press, award-winning author of The Struck by Lightning series



Tathrelle is the only liberal in the Cabossian government. She represents the will of the people and is responsible for communicating with them about how the war with the Cavirii is going. She has a pregnant wife, and all seems well. The future seems promising, until she meets her new assistant. Something is off with the man.
When Tathrelle wakes up the morning after she first met him, she notices that subtle changes seem to have taken place overnight. She shrugs them off.
But it happens again and again. Someone, somehow, is changing everything she knows, as Tathrelle begins to wonder if her memories are faulty or if her mind is going. Can she trust the face she sees in the mirror? Is Caboss winning the war or losing it? Why is she suddenly the one who is pregnant?
Only her dreams provide a clue, a small vestige of what came before.

Trust your dreams, not your memory.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149991853
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books LLC
Publication date: 12/11/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 208
File size: 197 KB

About the Author

Janet Gershen-Siegel is a freelance science fiction author and blogger for Adventures in Career Changing, which focuses on social media marketing. Her latest fiction project is a near-future detective trilogy, The Obolonk Murders. She works in social media, and lives in Boston with her husband and more computers than they need. You can visit her at

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