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Corruption (Black & White, #2)

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Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible have found themselves in a position where they can make their native land somewhere that lives up to its name: Harmonia. However, they’re setting their sights further afield for their number one task: eradicating the disease that has plagued the neighbouring country of Loretania for generations and allowed the privileged Harmonians to ...more
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Published February 11th 2019 by Superstar Peanut Publishing
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Ellen
Feb 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi-fantasy
I think the premise of the Black & White series is really intriguing--one part of the world (Harmonia) is comfortable and healthy, but only at the expense of another part of the world (Loretania) who absorbs all of Harmonia's contaminants, causing their population to suffer a plague-like illness. Through the actions of three determined teenagers, the citizens of Harmonia are made to realize the devastating impact that they have had on Loretania in order to enjoy their comfort and health. While H ...more
Amy Shannon
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Remarkable Sequel

I read the first book in the series, Black & White, and enjoyed it. I do believe that this one is better than that one, and that's saying a lot. This book is part 2, and Wilford tells a great story. Wilford has a writing style and imagination that I enjoy. The characters, Wellesbury and Ezmerelda "Ez" have a great chemistry and are now on a new journey and have to face a villian that is a disease. It's both dark and heartfelt, and a magnificent journey that makes me look forward
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Sherry Ellis
May 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Corruption is the second book in the Black and White Trilogy. "White" country, Harmonia, is clean, sterile, and free of germs. Neighboring "black" country, Loretania, is plagued with an infectious disease and lots of filth. Some of the people of Harmonia want to help those in Loretania by sending a vaccine. When the doctor sent to deliver it doesn't return, foul play is suspected. The theme of the story is that no matter how much some people want to help, greed and corruption will always stand i ...more
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After finally getting everyone in Harmonia to listen to them and see their way into curing his brother Malinger from the disease that has plagued the people of Loretania, Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible now want to help Malinger’s family and everyone else in Loretania.

Dr George Tindleson, a scientist friend of theirs is sent along with other scientist and doctors with a cargo full of the cure to Loretania to distribute to everyone in Loretania. Welles, Ez and Mal want to accompany their
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Nick Wilford is a writer and stay-at-home dad. Once a journalist, he now makes use of those early morning times when the house is quiet to explore the realms of fiction, with a little freelance editing and formatting thrown in. When not working he can usually be found spending time with his family or cleaning something. He is the author of A Change of Mind and Other Stories, a collection featuring ...more

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