Oppression, Death, and Hope–Teddy’s whole life exists in tunnels and centers on the survival of his adopted family. Everything they have, what living they make, they scrounge for–digging through the rubble of a past society that seemed like Utopia. Now, their world is collapsing as greed, starvation, and poverty cripple what remains of their civilization. Was there another way to live? Can the tunnels finally lead Teddy and his family to a paradise free from the oppression of the Upperlords who dictate their lives and worth? How many people might he lose along the way?
Targeted Age Group: 16 and up
Kris Moger was born in Calgary, Alberta, and spent many years trying to live somewhere warmer. She first started writing seriously (as opposed to just keeping stories in her head) when she moved with her family to a children’s camp in northern Alberta. (Yes, bad move if you are trying to avoid snow.) Despite having the inspiration of a hundred acres of wilderness and one enchanting graveyard, she and her family moved again and eventually ended up in Kelowna, B.C. This not only led to the desired warmth, but a supportive community of creative people. After publishing a couple of small pieces on the internet, she decided to pursue writing full time. An extensive research into the pros and cons of traditional publishing versus indie publishing led to her decision to publish her stories independently. Currently, she has three young adult, dystopian books out and plans on releasing a new anamorphic fantasy in 2016.
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