You’re part of their system. You’re just another number on a long list of anonymous integers. You’re breathing their air, you’re taking up their space, and you ask for their protection by willingly handing over your freedoms and now you’re in their way!
Can’t you hear them outside? You said something didn’t you?
They’ve watched your every move and heard your words and now that you know the truth, they want your silence.
They’re here for you now.
When Brooklyn awakes from a two year coma, the world around her has changed like she never imagined. Everyone is now required to have a microchip implanted in their arm, but it’s no ordinary microchip.
Her friends are convinced that the chip controls people’s minds, as they’ve seen everyone’s behavior become increasingly strange. While seeking refuge on a secluded farm with her friends, Brooklyn learns of a secret plot that will ultimately destroy the world. She and her friends must act to expose the truth before it’s too late.
Targeted Age Group:
Dystopia is different from other genres in the sense that it’s usually bleaker and more frightening because you paint a picture of a world that really COULD be our future one day
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Read lots and lots of books! You cannot get better as a writer until you read the works of others, especially those in your own genre
Anne Rasico was born in the small town of Vincennes, IN. She discovered her passion at the age of thirteen when she began writing poetry and short stories. In 1998 she received an Honorable Mention for Literary Excellence from the Iliad Press for her poem “She Didn’t Come Home.”
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