FENCE - the Experiment
Elizabeth is a normal teenager living in a small, remote, and broken down town with her despondent mother. Nothing exciting ever happens in Naoma; a town where life goes to die. Her mother, Kate, has never explained why she moved to this dilapidated town to raise Liz and her brother. Boredom is the everyday norm. The only good thing about this town is her best friend since childhood, Joel. Shortly after Liz and Joel take a routine bike ride to the center of town, the town square is over taken by an organization called FENCE. An announcement is made over the town's speakers for all children and parents to gather in the square immediately. What happens next will change Liz's life forever. Liz's true identity is about to be revealed. For 50 years FENCE was searching for the "one", and suddenly they found her.
- Paperback | 306 pages
- 140 x 216 x 16mm | 354g
- 02 Jan 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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About Alaska Paige
Alaska's love for fiction inspired her to publish her first book. Her love for writing started when she was 11 years old. At the age of 12, she started writing FENCE by typing her story on her iPhone, completing the story in less than a year. At 13, she shared her story and decided to publish. Alaska is currently in the tenth grade at Florida Atlantic University High School and resides in South Florida with her mother, father and brother. Her hobbies include reading, spending time at the beach, going to the gym and playing travel soccer. She has played competitive soccer since the age of 5. Writing and soccer are her passions and she plans to attend college to pursue both. An avid reader and writer, Alaska also writes poetry and is working on her second novel. Alaska hopes to publish her second novel by 2017.