Amber Brenin is as new to the world as a twelve-year-old can be. Life in a care center for autistic children such as herself allows her very little interaction with other people, including her geologist father Robert. When an upcoming expedition threatens to separate them for months, Robert smuggles his daughter along on the trip, only to lose her when he finds the thing that he's looking for. Now Amber is stranded on Rokshena, a world far away from Earth where no one knows how to communicate with her or understands her condition. As she begins to cope with her strange surroundings and stranger allies, a chain of mysterious disasters strikes that could doom all life on Rokshena. Questions mount as Amber attempts to uncover the cause of these events while also discovering herself—and most importantly, finding her place in her new world.
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Katelyn Rushe is an independent author, movie blogger, illustrator, and filmmaker from Pennsylvania. Always an avid writer, she had her first publication at age 12 and has had numerous poems, essays, articles, and short stories featured in "The Writers Post Journal," "Gumbo Magazine," and on websites such as TheOneRing.net. Her novels are mainly science fiction and fantasy with heavy emphasis on character and philosophy. Rushe also participates in numerous film and video productions, including the annual 48 Hour Film Project and local studio wrestling shows. She is currently involved in the production of the Amazon Prime miniseries "Beginnings," a post-apocalyptic comedy/drama adapted from the book series by Jacqueline Druga.
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Book Description Createspace Independent Pub, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 308 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.77 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1517023807