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The We and The They
Kyra Ann
Dawkins
DYSTOPIAN: The world is no longer the world as we know it. The Great Famine has crippled the inhabitants on Earth. Now the people are divided into factions. A group known as the “We” bands together to try to survive. Another group, known as the “They” promises them food, water, and a better life. The “We” were enraptured by the looks of the “They” with their tall and metallic frames.
5 Clones
Ed
Bonilla

SCI-FI: Dan is on his way to California after losing his ranch in Colorado to floods. However, his journey is not easy as he has to deal with some harsh realities after the State of California exits the USA. Accompanying him are his clones, but they are soon joined by a woman who could be dangerous, to say the least.

WOMEN'S FICTION: Sisters Quin and Ryla grew up and grew apart. The elder sister, Quin, left for the excitement of Manhattan and a promising art career, encouraged and championed by her parents. Younger sister Ryla stayed home in the quaint town with her pet rabbit, Duggy. Quin soared into the clouds, and Ryla lived in her sister’s mega-shadow. Neither one really knew the other all that well.

WOMEN'S FICTION: Karla is in the midst of a bitter separation after her husband, Rob, veered off their marital vows. While trying to pick her pieces off the ground, she has to brace herself to get a solid source of income to feed and house her children since her estranged husband locked her out of their bank accounts.

Lost Souls
Edwin
Ammerlaan

LITERATURE BIOGRAPHY: Matt is a young man when he first meets the members of a struggling band named The Pink Floyd. And so begins fifty years of his association with the band, from casual fan to music journalist to aspiring author.

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