The 2250 Saga is a Dystopian Action-Adventure based in the fictional world of Apex. Follow Romy over ten years of her life as she tries to survive living as a Citizen in the world of autocratic Prospos and Soren Terrorists. In this edition, you will find:
Romy [Book I]: In the year 2250, life in Apex is built on classification systems. The rich Prospo live a lavish life in skyscrapers. Poor Citizens live underground and Soren terrorists are a threat that no one wants to contend with, least of all young, healthy women that are used solely for breeding. Twenty year old Romy believes she’s done everything right to avoid being put on the Soren auction block. She’s studied hard and attained her robotic certification to secure an enviable job in Prospo City, but when her time comes, instead of the coveted ‘B’ classification, Romy’s status leaves her vulnerable to the Soren terrorists. Follow Romy as she strives to live the life she’s worked so hard to attain and learns the truth about her name, her past, and her world.
Romy’s Legacy [Book II]: It is 2255. The tyrants of the past are no more, and Romy’s life is perfect. Her quest to start a new community in the North has begun; food is plentiful; and everyone has ample space to live. All she has to look forward to is exploration and the occasional adventure. That is, until she encounters the new people and realizes her ideal community is not what she expected. She’s left questioning everything, including the fact that they aren’t merely “backwards travelers” any more than she is merely a Legacy. Follow Romy as she grapples with her past and the new world, unlocking truths along the way that threaten to dismantle everything.
Romy’s Last Stand [Book III]: This is what it all comes down to. The big climax. The end. My death.
Romy hides in plain sight amongst her enemies. Her assignment? Help make Liberty the utopia it was meant to be, and it is right on track. But between assassination attempts, security bots, deals with sworn enemies, and even more secrets than she can handle, she’s convinced she won’t survive the end of the world...
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