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Rising Tide: A Novel

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Beyond our typical teenage narcissism, we were the generation that was told we could be and do whatever we wanted. We grew up with technology unimaginable by those before us. We had never known loss or pain. We had never known struggle or hard times. We were the most vulnerable, with the most to lose. We had no skills that would translate to survival.

Skill-less as we were,
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Kindle Edition, 187 pages
Published September 25th 2012
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