Emily's descent into a nightmare begins when she spots a single strand of hair growing from her shoulder. As the starts to understand why she is growing the hair, her world becomes much larger than... More > she had ever dreamed.
Companies and corporations taken over human development, and in their cut throat environment they are constantly at war with eachother. She is just a puppet of the corporate machine. Genetically modified, she develops more rapidly than her classmates and soon realises she may not be as nice as she thought she was.
Her personal life, and her place in this terrifying new reality begin to blur as her father, and a mysterious assassin sent to protect her become enravelled in her existence. When age, appearance, and the supernatural are never what they seem, the battle between good and evil is more complex than ever…
Readers will be pleased to hear the book is part of a trilogy. Look out for the next Book of the Kucheza from Lee McCullum.< Less
Various poems ranging from the topics of war, lost love, murder, death, and so on. Though none of the poems seem overly "light-hearted" their depth is created in the sense of their... More > reality. And there is a bonus, short story written a few short years ago.
Although it was written by a highschool girl, the pages hold the emotions of a nation.< Less