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Since the age of three, sixteen-year-old Evelyn Winters has been trained to be Daughter of the People in the underwater utopia known as Elysium. Selected from hundreds of children for her ideal genes, all her life she’s thought that everything was perfect; her world. Her people. The Law.But when Gavin Hunter, a Surface Dweller, accidentally stumbles into their secluded little world, she’s forced to come to a startling realization: everything she knows is a lie.Her memories have been altered.Her mind and body aren’t under her own control.And the person she knows as Mother is a monster.Together with Gavin she plans her escape, only to learn that her own mind is a ticking time bomb… and Mother has one last secret that will destroy them all.
“Grim, vicious, riveting. Renegade is a haunting, unforgettable debut.” –ANN AGUIRRE, USA Today bestselling author of ENCLAVE and OUTPOST.
“RENEGADE is a dark tale of deceit, with twists that will keep you turning the pages, and an ending that will have you on the edge of your seat.” –LISA DESROCHERS, Author of Personal Demons.
“Deliciously creepy and filled with psychological twists, Renegade kept me on the edge of my seat until the very last page.”—KRISTEN SIMMONS, Author of Article 5.
About A Dark Grave:Elysium Chronicles (Book 0.5)
There is only one place forbidden to the people of Gavin’s village; the island just off the shore, rumored to be haunted. Cursed.All who venture to the island disappear.But Gavin doesn’t believe in such things. He is a hunter; since his father’s death, he is the only one who can provide for the family. Silly rumors of ghosts aren’t going to stop him from crossing the dark waters to the island in search of fresh game…
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About J.A. Souders:J.A. Souders was born in the heartland with an overactive imagination and an overabundance of curiosity that was always getting her into trouble. She first began writing at the age of 13, when she moved to Florida and not only befriended the monsters under the bed, but created worlds for them to play together.
Because she never grew up, she decided she’d put her imaginary friends to work and started writing. She still lives in the land of sunshine and palm trees with her husband and their two children.
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