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Defectives die.

Quinn, a defective in hiding, overhears a top-secret Earth-shattering conversation that has her running for her life. Can she hold off detection long enough to escape her domed city, and planet Earth… Quinn must find a way to escape, not only her own death, but the destruction of the world as she knows it -- and it has to be with Roan, the love of her life.
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Paperback, 1, 186 pages
Published November 1st 15 by Watterson Books
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Kristen Watterson has been a professional graphic designer and illustrator since 1999. An artist from a young age, writing books was always one of her dreams. She started drawing characters and writing story fragments as a young girl growing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Kristen married her husband in college at ORU. Her career has been varied, but always revolving around art in some way. She was a certif
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