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The most unique sci-fi novel I’ve read in years.

What happens when the world gets too optimized? Joel E. Lorentzen, the author, answers that question in his unique, inventive and thought-provoking novel, Proles - a novel about 2084. In the not too distant future, the gap between the have’s and the have nots is as wide as it has ever been, but not for the reason you may think. Money is not the cause in the future, optimization is...read more 

  
 
 
Book By Author:  Tracey Morait

Goalden Sky
 
 Goalden Sky
 
 Young Adult
 
 0955855039 9780955855030
 
 After her stepmother Shelley walks out, Gemma Sutherland is happy to have her dad back to herself again. Life is good: she's playing football at Naylorsfield School and Tyrone Collins, who she used to fight with all the time, is now one of her best friends. Then Portia, Shelley's daughter, comes back to live with the Sutherlands because her mother feels too depressed to look after her. Even though she gets on better with Portia than she used to, Gemma isn't happy that she's back, but Portia looks up to Gemma. She wants to be a footballer, too, and is desperate to be picked for the junior girls' team at school. When Portia is involved in a serious accident, the Sutherlands' world is turned upside down. Gemma, her dad and her friends do everything they can to get her interested in life and in football again. Is there a golden sky at the end of the storm for Portia? The sequel to Goalden Girl continues the adventures of promising young footballer Gemma and her friends.
 
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Author:  Tracey Morait