Fellowship, a dystopian survival tale and companion novel

High school senior Ian intends to become a star reporter. Until one word, one symbol, changes his life forever.

Image has the background  of Fellowship shield in brown, over the top of it at a slight angle is the cover of Fellowship which also has the shield in the background, on top of the upper half of the shield is a yellow silhouette of a church steeple, with a graphic representation of mountains beneath it. The silhouette of a young man runs away from the church.

In this alternate 1961, Ian bicycles home from his job at the paper, wishing he had a car and worrying that his secret water tower protest isn’t secret anymore. Then he sees the symbol burned into the family’s front door.

He can’t believe it. Doesn’t want to believe it.
The Angels of Death Took his parents and older brother.
And government agents pursue him and the surviving members of his family.

Ian and his three younger siblings escape into the wilds of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They rely on his evasion and survival skills. 

Life in the mountains is brutal and unforgiving. Resources are limited. Food is scarce. And winter is coming.

They won’t survive without help. 

With no one else he can trust, Ian turns to his best friend.

And puts all their lives on the line.

Available anywhere ebooks are sold online.

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Please note: The paperback version is unavailable as of 1/3/21. Hopefully the issues will be resolved soon. Watch this space for the announcement paperbacks are available.

a view of the hardcover version of Fellowship

A companion book to Lynette M. Burrows’ The Fellowship Dystopia series you won’t want to miss. Learn how Ian, a character from that series, became a rebel.

You can read a SNEAK PEEK of the story here. (It’s work-in-progress with the original title, Ian’s Trust.)

The dystopian survival tale, Fellowship, is available on Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble and other online bookstores. Click on the universal link below to find it in your favorite store.

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