Publisher Description

When the crime wave peaked in the early 70s, and Nixon signed the Redemption Act, no one bothered to imagine what public execution might look like fifty years in the future. No one imagined that The Tetradome Run would become the most popular show in America.

This year's show puts convicted felons in a race with genetically engineered monstrous creations. Murderers, rapists, terrorists, and thieves--they all will take their place at the starting line, and the most notorious among them is Jenna Duvall, the college student who shot a Senator.


Jenna swears she's innocent, and as she runs for her life in the Tetradome, a small-town journalist uncovers a shocking counter-narrative that suggests there is more to Jenna's story than anyone knows.

A mashup of dystopian thriller and riveting psychological suspense, The Tetradome Run is a novel that doesn't need to look far into the future to find a world gone wrong. Instead, it looks at America right here, right now, and dares the reader to ask a provocative question: What if we already live in dystopia?

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
June 2
Spencer Baum
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

KeepersUniverse ,

A page turner

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. Clever characters a deep plot and great psychology as you get into the minds of characters.

B Shawa ,

Straightforward, but this title doesn’t really convey what this book is really about.

Amazing. Suspenseful and hard to read, but in the best way. Showcases the tragedy of life and how the best people can still suffer without end, but was truly a gripping novel. No constructed happy endings here, only the cold reality of life, and the book was amazing because of it. E

MockLife ,

The final dregs

In over a lifetime of reading, thousands of stories and books and novels, I have once again discovered a story that feels like it will become timeless. Out of all that I have read, less than ten or fifteen times have I felt so deeply about the characters and events portrayed as to need or want to pass the work on to others. This is one of those times.
I grabbed this ebook, along with several others, to carry me through my evenings alone, away from home and loved ones. I didn’t know that I was going to become so invested so quickly.
This story is well written, adult without being too ADULT, and has a depth and breadth of meanings that I still have to plumb.
Please, sir, keep up the good work, and thank you for creating a novel that I hope someday to add to my small library of paper copies.

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