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Thirst (The Terminus Series)

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Brilliant and withdrawn seventeen-year-old Melissa Harding suspects that the immense alien ship that has descended upon the San Fransisco bay holds grave implications for her in particular, though she cannot say why. As society teeters over the edge, Melissa must face the unknown threat alone. Plunged headlong into a covert race against time, she must adapt, or else face a ...more
Kindle Edition, 1, 103 pages
Published December 23rd 2011 (first published December 21st 2011)
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I pen science fiction, cyberpunk and free-verse poetry. I post a great deal of my work on my website.

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