SCHISM is the first book in a new dystopian trilogy that tells a tale of survival and adaptation, of good versus evil, and of constructing a future with only memories of childhood and a rapidly-fading past as a guide.
A government-created virus is accidentally released before testing is complete and within weeks, the adult population perishes and only pre-adolescent children, no older than thirteen, survive. Suddenly, cities everywhere are far less crowded, and yet far more dangerous.
A young, strong girl named Andy Christensen and her two friends, siblings Morgan and Charlie Pemberton, are stranded on the island of Bermuda, where they live out the next five years until a violent event forces them to leave. They sail west to the Atlantic coast, and find friends they can trust in Ben and Jim Kelly, cousins with a mysterious past. Together, they travel across the country searching for a safe place to live, but instead they find towns and cities that are strangely quiet, have fallen into chaos, or are ruled by people with selfish and nefarious intentions. Nowhere, it seems, is capable of resurrection.
Publisher: Delirious Pixie
Publish Date: March 15, 2016
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9883007-5-0 | 0-9883007-5-3
eBook ISBN: 978-0-9883007-6-7 | 0-9883007-6-1
Excerpt for SCHISM: http://brittholewinski.com/the-book/excerpt/
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