Solstice by Jane Redd

March 3, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Solstice by Jane ReddSolstice
Author: Jane Redd
Series: Solstice #1
Genres: YA Science Fiction
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 294
Date: March 1, 2016
Publisher: Kindle Press, Mirror Press

There are four ways to get Banished from the last surviving city on earth:

1. Cut out your emotion tracker

2. Join a religious cult

3. Create a rebellion against the Legislature

4. Fall in love.

Jezebel James does all four.

Jez is on the fast-track to becoming a brilliant scientist, with one goal—save her city from total extinction. But the more Jez learns about the price of a fresh beginning, the more she realizes that carrying out the plan will lead to few survivors, and among the dead will be those she cares about the most.

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About Jane Redd

Heather B. Moore

Writing under Jane Redd, Heather B. Moore is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of more than a dozen historical novels set in ancient Arabia and Mesoamerica. She attended the Cairo American College in Egypt and the Anglican International School in Jerusalem and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University. She writes historical thrillers under the pen name H.B. Moore, and romance and women’s fiction under the name Heather B. Moore. It can be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom.

One response to “Solstice by Jane Redd

  1. I can’t decide what to think about this book. Loved it, read it, put it down, picked it up again, thought about it. So is that the makings of a good book??
    Jez is the main character in this dystopian story. Her government is strict, especially in regards to emotions and falling in love, both which are illegal. And Jez commits the crime of falling love AND having emotions.
    Reuben and Sol and the two boys who help her along the way. But are they who they seem to be? There are twists and turns through the whole story that kept me guessing how the story, and the characters, would turn out.

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