⭐ "I found the ending shockingly unexpected." — 2022 READERS' FAVORITE BOOK AWARDS SILVER MEDAL WINNER
- Ideal for readers aged 12-16.
- For fans of The Maze Runner, The Hunger Games and Dune.
I NEVER ASKED TO BE THE SOLE BEARER OF THE ENTIRE KNOWLEDGE OF YOUR CIVILIZATION.
Yet, here I am, barely sixteen-years-old, and it has fallen upon my shoulders to save what remains of humanity from a second Dark Ages.
Your civilization is gone now, lost six hundred years ago in cataclysmic wars brought on by climate change. Your virtual information vanished along with electricity. Only your ancient printed books remain, and they have been scanned into a memory device hanging around my neck, to which only I have access.
For Knowledge is power, and the dreaded Wraith Lord knows this. He would keep the Knowledge for himself. He would hunt me down and force me to give it up, submitting humanity to infinite darkness and servitude.
Knowledge must belong to all, or to none. I must find a way to spread Knowledge back to the world, or die trying.
⭐ "In our current age of almost anti-science, denial, and misinformation, this is an extremely important book for young readers to learn and appreciate knowledge in all its forms." — 2022 READERS' FAVORITE BOOK AWARDS SILVER MEDAL WINNER
⭐ "A cleverly plotted, futuristic novel with a strong 'climate change' message." — 2021 WISHING SHELF BOOK AWARDS FINALIST