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Under A New Sun - Chapter 16

Henry had one other thing to do before he could get onto the grav ship. Going down to the detention facility, he had two of his people escort Quarles from his cell out to the grav pad. 4,042 more words


Under A New Sun - Chapter 15

Henry spent the rest of his evening by Alfred’s side. He had reports from the various departments in his command, as well as having to manage the rebuilding of the Administrator’s Residence. 2,288 more words


Under A New Sun - Chapter 14

When everyone got back to the compound, Henry went to his quarters. He needed time to think. There was no contraband in the warehouse – except some of the leftover strawberries – and it was all probably moved to somewhere else the LZ by now, he suspected. 2,706 more words


Under A New Sun - Chapter 13

The entire night, Henry feverishly dreamt about a knife in his back. When he woke up in a cold sweat for the second time, he decided he’d had enough of trying to do what was impossible. 3,783 more words


Interview, Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry is the author of more than 30 books for young readers, including The Giver. She’s been called the “godmother of dystopian Young Adult literature.” She does not like that label. Read the interview here.

A Quick Series You Should Check Out: Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness

I don’t remember what panel at Book Riot Live where they talked about what books they wanted to see turned into a movie but The Chaos Walking… 186 more words

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Under A New Sun - Chapter 12

Author’s Note: I’ve been sick the past couple of days, so I haven’t had much time to work on this. In the interests of catching up with my rough draft schedule, I’m not going to format the italics in this and subsequent posts. 3,647 more words