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Publisher Description

After she escapes Atlanta, Everly Jax returns to the Defiance cell in time to help capture Kube 9, her former home. There, she works feverishly with Dr. Ronan to recreate her locust eradication experiments. She is on the verge of success when an Infrastructure Protection Force general perpetrates an atrocity that leaves them all reeling.

Suddenly unsure who she can trust, Everly finds her way to the Defiance's secret headquarters, and discovers a surprising ally in the High Commander. Together with Minister Alden, they scramble to thwart a genocidal plan that threatens all the geneborns . . . including Saben. When the worst happens, Everly and her friends turn their efforts to mitigating the tragedy.

A showdown at sea brings Everly face to face with the madman who hatched the genocide plot, and she must risk her life in an almost certainly futile attempt to save Amerada and her friends. The Incubation trilogy comes to a thrilling and surprising conclusion in Regeneration.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2016
October 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
346
Pages
PUBLISHER
Laura DiSilverio
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
597.7
KB

Customer Reviews

denton96 ,

The incubation trilogy —Science Fiction

Clear precise dialogue , genuine character development, detailed & descriptively accurate.... I throughly enjoyed following the adventures of Everly Jax. Although not every writer wants their writings to be made into a movie-I couldn’t help myself thinking of how ideal this trilogy would/ could be scripted for a movie or short Netflix series. I even starting imagining who could be cast! Fantastic , original storyline with remarkable insight into ‘issues’ that are applicable to he struggles of today.

Luceagain ,

Buy the trilogy!

Well-written young adult AND post-apocalyptic series!

Obsessive reader ,

Captivating series

Beautifully imagined & executed. DiSilverio tells a fascinating story, making the reader want to keep going through all 3 books. It was difficult to say goodbye to the characters and their world. Using sophisticated language, she avoids the cliches often found in this genre. I appreciated the editing as well--no typos!

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