Life After E.L.E.

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Life After E.L.E.
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Extinction Level Event: An event where all species on the planet can become extinct.

If you manage to survive . . . What then?

When a rogue moon was discovered on a collision course with the Earth, we thought we had a solid plan. To survive. . . to rebuild. . . to go on. 30 Years later… those who managed to survive, emerged from the caves to find a frozen world.

A world where rule number one in the compound is to be inside the gates before sunset. . . or die.

Eve watched the gates close – with her father on the outside – so that should be the easiest thing in the world for her to remember. But life is not always simple. Life does not always go as planned. Now Eve is in a race against time, discovery, and danger around every corner – to find a truth that has been hidden. . . for years.

A truth Eve’s father died to protect her from.

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Series: The Frozen World, Book 1
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: S&G Publishing
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01LWY1XP4
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About the Author
JC Morrows

JC Morrows is one of those authors who grew up thinking it was perfectly normal to make up wild and fantastic tales, talk to people who weren’t there, and look at the world from a perspective that no one else understood.

These days she spends her days writing, arguing with her evil computer, juggling two kids, and wishing someone would invent a coffee IV. And the people who aren’t there . . . well, she still talks to them. She tells their stories and even argues with them on occasion.

She still sees the world in a way that makes sense to no one else, but that’s OK because she is a teller of tales, a dreamer of dreams, a traveler of made-up worlds!

She’s a writer!

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