ISBN-10: 1497583020 | ISBN-13: 978-1497583023 | List Price: $8.99 print/ $6.99 Kindle | Format: Paperback and Kindle | Page Count: 146 pages
It's the not-too-distant future, and no one but the government is allowed to grow food. Owning seeds is illegal. Teenagers, Chance and Emily, along with their families, who call themselves the “Seed Savers,” are in a race against government patrols and a deadly pandemic. The pure seeds the families have hidden may hold the key to human survival, in this action-packed political thriller.
Gayla Prewitt has a background in broadcast journalism and is a part-time instructor at a university near her home. She is married to a firefighter, has four beautiful children, and a wonderful son-in-law. A health crisis with her children prompted her to re-examine the world, making her much more diligent in researching the safety of the food and many other things which her children encountered. Some of the information gathered was the catalyst for writing this novel.
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