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"Hail permutations, paving the way for a brighter road tomorrow!"

After waking up in the morgue of an abandoned sanitarium, Rey has only a toe tag to her name and no recollection as to how she got there.

With a country staggered by a global war called the Long Winter, she finds herself in a city under martial law and a government now split into two authorities known as the W
Kindle Edition, 388 pages
Published September 21st 2014 by Citygrit Press
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R. R. Washburn has been an aspiring writer ever since her first grade teacher gave her class paper and pencils and told the kids to write stuff.

Between several drafts, she has authored nine unpublished novels, as well as several short stories and novellas ranging between urban fantasy, science fiction, supernatural, and horror.

Currently she is a recovering office mule from the cubicle barnyard tha

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