Four days until the Election.Natasha Biron knows this is her last chance. Losing this Election means losing the war – and her life. Officer Aaren Jemmer diligently works to lockdown Haline and ensure Natasha's failure, another special assignment he'll use to keep his secret safe. Archives employee Joaquin Deva is wrapping-up at the office before a holiday with his girlfriend – until an unexpected ...
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Publisher: Forward Press Books (January 8, 2014)
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I loved the characters in this book. It took me about 30 pages to get into it and figure out the flow, but once I was in, I really fell in love with the protagonist and felt myself sucked in. By the time I was halfway through, I couldn't put the book...
rives him to abandon everything in his near-perfect life to find the one person who can help him: Natasha Biron.Over the next four days their paths collide, shattering their realities as they each discover the lies they’ve been living and the unthinkable truth they share._________________________________________PRAISE FOR HALINE:“HALINE is a mesmerizing story of a fallen world in which the characters struggle to cope with life after an environmental cataclysm." — Kabir Sehgal, New York Times best-selling author"Incredibly engaging and a total page turner. I haven't been that engaged by a book since Harry Potter or Twilight!" — Lauren Weinstein"I finished HALINE in less than 24 hours - it was one of the most original and enjoyable books I've read." — Tyler Willis, Entrepreneur"For fans of The Wind-Up Girl and The Handmaid's Tale, HALINE is a cautionary story of a not too distant dystopian future that serves as a hard slap across the face to wake from our collective apathy." – @thesubjective