Project ELE

· The ELE Series Book 1 · Clean Teen Publishing
170 reviews

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With more than 700 five-star ratings on Goodreads! When the government enacts Project ELE to preserve the human race after a devastating epidemic, survivors like Willow must adapt to new lives in shelters. But soon, Willow and her friends acquire unusual abilities that have far-reaching consequences. The ELE Series is a now complete Young Adult Science Fiction Romance series that will appeal to fans of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, The Gender Game by Bella Forrest, Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, and A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas.

In an effort to save the human race, the government has implemented Project ELE. Now, the only chance for survival is to seek refuge in underground shelters controlled by the government. 

Willow Mosby is among the select few allowed to enter the underground bunker to wait out the end of the world. Forced to pick up the broken pieces of her life after being separated from her family, she throws herself into a new life of work and school. When she meets Alec, her young and attractive boss, Willow finds herself falling for the one guy who should be off limits. 

Alec makes her feel like this crazy new world may just be worth living. But when an afternoon date results in a shocking discovery, she's forced to face an unspeakable truth that puts the lives of her and her friends in jeopardy. 

Young Adult Paranormal Romance

Young Adult Dystopian Fantasy

Dystopian Survival Fiction

Science Fiction Romance Books

Teen and young adult romance books

Teen fiction books for girls

young adult apocalypse fiction and adventure

Supernatural Mystery

Superhero romance

Visionary & Metaphysical Fiction

Fantasy & Magic

Social Issues

Young Adult Friendship

Girls & Women

Being a Teen

Dating and Intimacy

Self Esteem

Values & Virtues

Urban Fantasy

Epic Fantasy

Death and Dying

Action & Adventure

Survival Stories

Science Fiction & Dystopian


Super powers

Dystopian fiction young adult

Clean and Wholesome Romance

170 reviews
Melanie Newton
June 10, 2016
Whilst not normally a fan of dystopian style novels, having read the Night Marchers series by the same authors, I was excited to see what they had come up with this time, and I wan't disappointed. Set in the future when disease and global warming have left no option but for the chosen "healthy" ones to enter shelters set up by Project ELE. The story floows a teenage Willow and her amazing journey through an existance we all hope would never happen but wonder how we would survive if it did. With a small group of friends what starts as an adventure looking to releive the boredom that is setting in soon turns into a fight for their lives. What starts as a slight paranormal anomaly in Willow soon escalates and although she has the most variations she is certainly not alone. And those in charge want HER. A fast paced, easy page turner which ends with you screaming for just a couple more pages! I for one can't wait for the next part of the series to be released. A great read for any YA fans. V""V
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A Google user
July 1, 2017
Really good
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November 20, 2017
Lots of grammar and spelling mistakes, so if that can spoil immersion for you I'd pass on this. Lots of plot points are presented as mysterious and puzzling for the main character but are abundantly obvious to the reader. You're left constantly waiting for her to catch up to you and it becomes pretty frustrating. The idea itself is interesting, mixing superpowers and dystopian post apocalypse future is old but the Communist style survival shelter adds a little intrigue. Try it while free, but I wouldn't pay for it. There's a lot of amateur fiction online for free of similar or superior quality.
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Rebecca and Courtney are down-home country girls powered by chocolate and other random late night cravings. Coined in southern twang they bring new meaning to the word y'all. BFI's since the 6th grade, with a knack for getting into sticky situations, has resulted in countless ideas to write about for years to come.

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