New World Order

Sunset Rising

Book 3
Clownfish Publishing
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The Biodome has been liberated, the slaves have been freed, and a new democratic government has been formed. Yet tensions between the Pit and the Dome have never been higher. With the disappearance of Senator Jack Kenner, the old regime makes a political move to reestablish their government.

In the third book of the Sunset Rising trilogy, Sunny O’Donnell is determined to find Jack and bring him home. With the high-tech assistance of Doc, Sunny and her friends, Summer and Reyes, team up with the Nation to set out into a lawless post apocalyptic world. But as the ruthlessness of the recruiters unfolds amidst the discovery of betrayals within their own group, friends will become enemies and enemies will become friends on a journey that will lead to a New World Order.
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Publisher
Clownfish Publishing
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Published on
Jan 15, 2015
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Pages
447
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ISBN
9780991733057
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / Mysteries & Detective Stories
Juvenile Fiction / Science & Technology
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This content is DRM free.
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Available on Android devices
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Book 1
“The ease and imagery of S.M. McEachern’s writing style is so captivating you are truly sucked into the story. This book has it all—love story, good vs evil, drama, and suspense. Definitely a book you can’t put down!” – Midwest Book Review

2015 Gold Medal Award for Readers Favorite

Sunny is a slave. Jack is heir to the dictatorship. Their destinies are about to collide.

More than two hundred and eighty years have passed since the global nuclear war of 2024, and the last of humanity remains sealed inside a biodome, governed with an iron first by a merciless dictatorship. Divided into two separate societies, the Domers live a life of privilege while those beneath their feet spend their lives in the Pit, working to keep the biodome running.

Born in the Pit, Sunny O’Donnell has grown up with the knowledge that she will work as slave her entire life and then meet her fate in the annual Cull when she reaches the age of thirty-five. This is the price the people of the Pit pay for their place inside the Dome, safe from a world still teeming with radiation, and to question it would mean an earlier death. But when Sunny’s mother is killed in the Cull, the reality of their existence becomes painfully clear and questions begin to take hold.

A chance encounter with Leisel Holt, the President’s daughter, fills Sunny with hope when Leisel explains that she and her fiancé, Jack Kenner, will change things for the better in the Pit when the leadership passes to them. Naïve and in fear of the position of power Leisel holds in the Dome, Sunny agrees to help protect her from the bullet of a rumored assassin by becoming her double.

When Leisel’s betrayal leaves her accused of treason and facing execution, Sunny escapes imprisonment with Jack, an enemy of the Pit, and discovers she not only has to work with him to survive, but also lead the revolution.

Sunset Rising is Book One of a trilogy.
Book 10
From USA TODAY Bestselling Author, C. L. Stone, read First Kiss, the tenth book in The Academy Ghost Bird Series. 

The time has finally come for Sang Sorenson to be formally introduced to the Academy. Protocol dictates the boys keep the details of Sang’s official introduction to the Academy a secret from her. The only thing they can advise her to do is to work on what will become her mantra: She is determined to stay with her team, no matter what.

Despite her wishes, however, the boys are second-guessing her place with them, concerned for her safety. With dangers all around and threats closing in, some of the boys are questioning if this is the right time to bring her to meet the Academy at all.

Sang is challenged with being the brave face among them and instilling the confidence needed to keep her with them. However, in order to appear compliant with the Academy’s rules, she has to be willing to listen and try their suggestions. As the boys have suspected and feared, the council wants to see how she’ll work with a different team. An all-girl team. She has no choice but to go along with the proposal or risk losing a shot at the Academy.

But when the Academy’s inner world is revealed to her, Sang knows that she’s finally found her place—somewhere she belongs—and she sees a future with them. The deeper she gets, the more she sees how she can make a difference. Learning what she is capable of and the impact she can have, she feels obligated to help. There’s so few girls, and they need her.

The guys try to stick to their plan, but every team must pay their debts, and the cost of keeping her might be more than any of them can afford. 

It’s up to Sang alone to prove to the Academy where she truly belongs—but can she resist the call of a new team that needs her?

The Academy, Inside

 

Book 1
“The ease and imagery of S.M. McEachern’s writing style is so captivating you are truly sucked into the story. This book has it all—love story, good vs evil, drama, and suspense. Definitely a book you can’t put down!” – Midwest Book Review

2015 Gold Medal Award for Readers Favorite

Sunny is a slave. Jack is heir to the dictatorship. Their destinies are about to collide.

More than two hundred and eighty years have passed since the global nuclear war of 2024, and the last of humanity remains sealed inside a biodome, governed with an iron first by a merciless dictatorship. Divided into two separate societies, the Domers live a life of privilege while those beneath their feet spend their lives in the Pit, working to keep the biodome running.

Born in the Pit, Sunny O’Donnell has grown up with the knowledge that she will work as slave her entire life and then meet her fate in the annual Cull when she reaches the age of thirty-five. This is the price the people of the Pit pay for their place inside the Dome, safe from a world still teeming with radiation, and to question it would mean an earlier death. But when Sunny’s mother is killed in the Cull, the reality of their existence becomes painfully clear and questions begin to take hold.

A chance encounter with Leisel Holt, the President’s daughter, fills Sunny with hope when Leisel explains that she and her fiancé, Jack Kenner, will change things for the better in the Pit when the leadership passes to them. Naïve and in fear of the position of power Leisel holds in the Dome, Sunny agrees to help protect her from the bullet of a rumored assassin by becoming her double.

When Leisel’s betrayal leaves her accused of treason and facing execution, Sunny escapes imprisonment with Jack, an enemy of the Pit, and discovers she not only has to work with him to survive, but also lead the revolution.

Sunset Rising is Book One of a trilogy.
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