Release Date - September 10, 2018
Greener is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Oregon Books, and more!
Greener is the sequel to Going Green, a YA science fiction dystopia. Calyssa’s new life seems to be everything she could hope for. She got the surgery to Go Green, got into the University of SciCity, and got the internship at her father’s genetic engineering corporation. She should be happy.
But Lyssa can’t forget what she witnessed last spring, and investigating the cover-up risks it all. When tragedy strikes, it tests her belief in her family, friends, and society.
When it really counts, who is Lyssa going to choose to be?
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Hardcover ISBN: 978-1948120173
Paperback ISBN: 978-1948120180
Cover art by Randy Kintz
Color by Marcus Odom
Lettering by Kevin Snyder
Release Date - March 21, 2017
Going Green is now available online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powell's, Oregon Books, and more! It's also available at local bookstores - if you don't see it on the shelves, be sure to ask if they can bring it in!
Going Green is a story about choices and consequences, about true happiness and real fear, about racism and appreciation of differences, and about deciding who you truly are and what you believe. Set in the future, it allows us to look at and talk about "their problems" ...until we realize how just similar our realities are.
In the future, the color of your skin lets everyone know who you are. Those who can contribute to making the world a better place are Green, walking GMOs with plant chloroplasts in their cells who no longer need to eat. Life is good. People are happy.
Well, ...some people.
Not everyone gets to “go Green.”
Calyssa Brentwood, a high school senior just finished with her cellular enhancement, is on her way to securing her place in the upper ranks of society. Until she finds herself far from the safety of Sci-City,
...on a farm,
...in the middle of a rebel insurgency.
Realizing that nothing is as simple as it seems, Lyssa soon discovers that each choice brings new consequences
...ones that may turn deadly for those she cares about most.