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Cleaning Up The Future: Public Perceptions

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18.April.2018 - New Cinalia, a technologically advanced country, is bombed to oblivion.
Being transported 16 years into a dystopian future wasn’t included in the job description for the janitorial staff at ExplorerTech Industries, but that’s exactly what happened to Sia.
Her objective? Escape the country.
1. Outmaneuver animals with various mutations
2. Learn to co
ebook, 508 pages
Published June 18th 2019 by Diamond Jones-Royal
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Alex Raines
Aug 14, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A fantastic story from an up and coming author
George Bakerson
Jan 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
I was gifted the book from a friend of mine and, having been aware of the novel itself for quite a while through other sources, I decided that it was about time to read her fiction. The tldr is that if you like world-building of a post-apocalyptic world based on ours, nice plot, a decent set of characters and an element of mystery involved, this is for you.

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Story: 8/10
I'll start off with the great. The plot was really nice to follow. Without posting spoilers, it fol
Jul 07, 2019 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: anyone who is into fantasy, SciFi or who just likes some tension in their books
What would you do if you woke up in a dystopian country, where rodents are the size of small cars and clean water isn't a thing for its residents?
In this novel, protagonist Sia and the people she meets take us on an interesting, refreshing journey. The author keeps it lighthearted with (bitter) humour and sorrow entertainment, without eliminating the feelings of anger, frustration and homesickness.
Especially after the first few chapters, once you have come to take a liking to some of the charac
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D. Rednal's processors have been dedicated to supporting their family, combating mental illness, and working hard to complete each goal they've set. In 5 years, they'll still be spitting out stories that have been clogging up their system these past few years. Hopefully, readers will thoroughly enjoy the worlds and circumstances that are put before them.

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