Companion to the Fellowship Dystopia
In the novel, Fellowship, Ian, a high school senior, dreams of becoming a star reporter. Until one word, one symbol, changes his life forever.
Before the Prophet came, con men and thieves and murderers drove America into the Great Depression and to the brink of destruction. In those dark days, the Prophet brought the Fellowship and its Council forth to guide America out of the darkness. And under the rules of the Fellowship, many Americans prospered. But some grew to fear the Fellowship Shield.
Nearly twenty years after the Nazi-European War,Ian rides his bike home after his shift as copy boy, dreaming of the day he has his own car, but all his wishes and worries disappear at the sight of the Fellowship shield 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 his three younger siblings.
Ian and his siblings grab a few supplies and flee into the wilds of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They rely on his savvy and survival skills.
But 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 in danger.
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You can read a SNEAK PEEK of the story here. (It’s work-in-progress with the original title, Ian’s Trust.)
Learn how Ian, a character with a small role in My Soul to Keep, became a rebel.
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