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About the author:
Baibin Nighthawk writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. She is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. She holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and a Certificate in Art (Martenot Arts Plastiques, Paris).
Dominick Fencer writes spy fiction, thrillers and science fiction. He is the co-author of the Mark Savannah espionage series and of the Dhungwana Chronicles. He holds a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and an MBA.
Nighthawk and Fencer are the authors of 'Black Hawk Day Rewind' (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 1), 'The High-Yield Vector: A Fast Paced Spy Thriller (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 2)' and 'Dhungwana 2117 - The Dhungwana Chronicles (2117- 3451) Part 1'.
DHUNGWANA 2117 - THE DHUNGWANA CHRONICLES (2117-3451) Part 1
The year is 2117. Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities. Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum "I belong, ergo sum".
Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana's main food sources. As a result, their lives and social reputations become complicated and their crystalline everyday life is filled with an obsessive and terrifying sense of déjà vu. The deaths of two distinguished colleagues, hastily dismissed by the authorities, force Ian and Dayla to open their eyes and discover their only allies are the banned of Dhungwana, and their only option is to fight against the reality of a world that is no longer theirs. It is a fight for the survival of the human race.
- Publication Date:
- 1511527749 / 9781511527743
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic