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Britain 2099. All human diseases have been eradicated by genetic cleansing, but there are still people who are 'unclean' and locked away in institutions. Travis is one of them, until one day Dr Alexander helps him to escape to a world where nothing makes sense. Travis has powerful seizures which take him and his new friend Demi on a quest through time to seek and destroy C ...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published June 24th 2010 by K & T Mitchell (first published January 1st 2010)
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In the rush of trying to get away from the android guards, Travis and his friends in the Rockets were hiding out when suddenly everything went black. Discovering that is was an epileptic seizure was a surprise. In the year 2099, most all of the illnesses and diseases have been eradicated. Anyone found sick is shipped off to institutions that resembles a prison. Being placed in Number Forty Institution, Travis quickly became acquainted with the new rules and Emmett Hudson. The offer from Dr. Alex ...more
The future seen through the eyes of a young man with epilepsy makes for a very interesting, constantly changing and quite different young adult novel. When I first held Epiworld in my hands, I will admit that I did not know what to do with it. This book was so far from the genres that I usually read that I was a bit intimidated, and I feared that it would be so far out of my comfort zone that I would not appreciate the story at all.

Nevertheless, after a bit of a rocky start trying to become fami
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I was born and brought up in Liverpool, England, but after graduating as a librarian at Liverpool Polytechnic in 1990, I moved to Bristol to work. There I met my husband, Keith Mitchell. I write and self-publish for children and young adults. Keith designs my book covers and K&T Mitchell is our own small press.

Why did I choose children and young adult writing? I decided I wanted to write for c
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