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Where The Grass Is Greener - Jessa Rae Trilogy

by Chloe Smith
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In a futuristic society, people have forgotten what it means to be natural. Society has developed its own sort of "natural" inside their community. People wear patches infused with synthetic nutrients, so there is no need for consuming anything but hydration tablets. People are made, not born; people don't die, they expire.

Jessa Rae doesn't exactly conform to her community's "norm". She draws, writes, dreams, and stands out in a crowd. Wearing the same clothing as everyone else doesn't make a difference. She begins to question her place in the society when things begin to explode around her (quite literally) and her best friend, Devin, disappears landing her directly outside of The Wall.

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Created on: Jan-08-2019   Last updated:  Feb-10-2020
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W Book
Theme: Fiction    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
Dystopian    Fiction    Future    Romance    Young Adult   
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My name is Chloe Smith, and I am 16 years old. I have been writing for years since I started my passion for it in the 4th grade when I decided to write an entire series by hand on regular old paper. My teachers have read small samples of my work here and there and have continued to encourage my growth as a writer. A lot of my writing I base off of what I see in my own life combined with my insane imagination and dreams. I also take inspiration from other amazing authors that I have been reading from for years. Being close to New York City my entire life has given me the chance to experience more things than some others my age, which in turn gives me more incite on other people when creating characters. Thank you for reading, I do hope you enjoy!

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