In a utopian future hundreds of years from now, these adolescents are the stars of the show. They just don’t know it.
Dane is a cautious, yet curious boy. He has been transferred from the playground to The Hall, where music is the only focus.
Roc has been put in a The Arena. Being extremely energetic and highly competitive, he’s perfectly suited for the sports room.
In The Park Lia found comfort in the group of like-minded misfits. Her days are filled with skateboarding and flow riding.
Playing video games only kept Hale occupied for so long. Constantly failing to engage the group in activities or conversations not related to games, she falls into a depression difficult to snap out of.
In The Lounge young adults from the adolescent scenes come together to party. But it’s a different game, where not everyone is your friend.
Ana is fascinated by it all. She goes on a quest to try to save them all.
Are their lives interconnected somehow? And who can answer the question they all have on their mind ‘What happens when we disappear?’
Targeted Age Group:: Any
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've been toying with the idea of writing a book for quite some time. One of my greatest passions is traveling, so I always imagined my first book being a collection of travel stories. One day though, the notion of "What if, hundreds of years from now, people have a different view on things? How to look at history, how to treat people, how to define people." So I put some notes down, started building the world, and continued writing until I had a manuscript. And the rest is, as they say, history.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
A majority of the characters are adolescents. This was a coincidence, but fit in to the story of the book. Initially I focused more on the concept and the idea I wanted to convey, but gradually the characters developed, from only being a monosyllabic name, to individuals with different characteristics. I suppose the characteristics are taken from my own personal experiences, and the lead characters all have traits from myself in one way or another.
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