Seyah misses her family—who wouldn’t?
Andrea Phillips is a transmedia writer, game designer and author. She is on the writing team for season 2 of the urban fantasy serial Bookburners as well as ReMade. Her debut novel is Revision, an SF thriller about a wiki where your edits come true. She has also worked on iOS fitness games Zombies, Run! and The Walk; The Maester’s Path for HBO’s Game of Thrones; human rights game America 2049; and the independent commercial ARG Perplex City. She also writes an ongoing column about video games called Metagames for Strange Horizons. Her nonfiction book A Creator’s Guide to Transmedia Storytelling is used to teach digital storytelling at universities around the world. You can find Andrea at andreaphillips.com, or on Twitter at @andrhia.
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Cole is clearly dangerous, both to himself and everyone else, but what’s to be done with him?
Reeling from Umta’s death, the teens try to regroup.
Cole has always felt a little apart from the rest of the teens—no one else lost a child when they died.
When the rescue team arrives at Sanctuary, there’s no time to catch up with old friends.
Inez’s distrust of Sparky deepens when the machine instructs Jing-Wei to lead the group into what could be a very dangerous situation.
Nevaeh has been harboring a secret crush for a while now, and the close quarters in Sanctuary are NOT helping
The journey to Sanctuary immediately hits a rough patch when Sparky tries to lead the group in the wrong direction.
Sunita has always thrived on danger—it was what made her life worth living.
The way the group has been treating Jing-Wei has never really sat right with Hyrum. He was raised better than that.
Upon entering Sanctuary, the teens are greeted by a young child, the first new person they’ve met in this new world.
Seeing a familiar face should have been a good thing, but this isn’t the same Jing-Wei the teens knew.