1/2986 (1/2986 Climate Fiction Series, Book 1)
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“Tore my heart out.”
“This author is amazing – non-stop, can’t put it down writing.”
The world is coming to an end.
And all you’ve been told about it are lies.
Ten billion died. Three million are left clawing for survival. One more death doesn’t make a difference, does it?
Micka is barely sixteen when she decides to kill herself. She doesn’t fit in, doesn’t understand people or rules of society. She doesn’t even understand herself. To her, all words have flavors, and emotions come with such force that she can’t help but carve them into her skin.
Only hours before her meticulously planned suicide, she meets Runner – a mysterious stranger who makes an offer she finds hard to reject: a life far away from home as a Sequencer’s apprentice.
There are only two rules she must follow:
fog (1/2986 Climate Fiction Series, Book 2)
You don’t hear death leaping at you. But I can hear you dying. And I can see your body growing as grey and black as the soil that drinks your blood.
The thunder of battle rolls over Taiwan. Two stand against fifty, and the price for survival is unbearably high.
ice (1/2986 Climate Fiction Series, Book 3)
I wonder how people back then prepared for battle; if they found it more important to win and come out alive, or if bringing down their enemies, knowing their loved ones at home remained safe was what made them go out in the first place.
I don’t have any loved ones at home. I don’t even have a home. I don’t miss those things and never did. But should anyone ever ask me why I’m going to war against the BSA, my answer would be simple: revenge.
I cannot forgive.