In the sequel to the award-winning dystopian novel which School Library Journal called “a must-have for all libraries and fans of sci-fi,” Patch Collins must navigate the aftermath of her actions from book one.
In 2045, the forests are burning, the oceans are rising, corruption is growing, and a group of scientists take matters into their own hands. This is their confession
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The intersection of science and witchcraft, with a timely dose of the CDC thrown in there for good measure. If anyone can do it justice, it's microbiologist Rachael Sparks. Looking forward to this one!
A disgraced CDC doc investigating an illness in coastal Maine unearths a 300-year-old mystery that echoes her present case. She soon learns there is a fine, salted line between witchcraft and medicine . . . and that history often rhymes.
Much like the recent hit Queen's Gambit, I see this appealing to those who like to see a fictional twist added to an everyday, yet exclusive world they've never explored - in this case, Wikipedia behind-the-scenes. Looking forward to seeing this develop!
Most Infopendium editors are volunteers. But politicians & companies are paying hired gun editors to change the content of the web encyclopedia. When a pandemic disrupts the world, the editors must race to defend the truth against disinformation.
Immediately immersed in the story and in the characters, and looking forward to seeing where it leads.