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looking for a scifi short story anthology

Discussion in 'Book Search & Suggestions' started by Will S, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. Will S

    Will S New Member

    Nov 21, 2016
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    So when i was in high school my mom was the librarian and was apart of a program that would send unpublished books to be read and reviewed by high schoolers. There are two that i really liked but cant find anything about. One was called "shift." and it was an apocolyptic story involving the shift of earths poles but also had a guturistic christianity as the antagonist. The other was made of a bunch of short stories. One, i think it was called orange, haf no dialogue just the answers to an interview about some weird gell or lotion that gave powers to the speakers friend. Another story in this book was a futuristic vampire story but the vamps were very insect like. Not much to go on i know but if anyone has read these and can give me more info about them that would be great!!!
  2. Occlith

    Occlith Well-Known Member

    Jul 5, 2004
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    Shift by Charlotte Agell
    "In fifteen year-old Adrian Havoc's world, Homestate rules every aspect of society: identity cards need to be carried at all times, evolution is a forbidden topic of discussion, and religious education is enforced in daily "rapture" doses. If life weren't hard enough, now come the threats that the end of the world - SHIFT - is quickly approaching. But Adrian refuses to accept things as they are. He sets out for the toxic Deadlands on a trip that may very well alter the course of the universe. In this powerful, thought-provoking and by turns humorous novel, Charlotte Agell uncovers the painful consequences of war and uncertain governments in an imagined-yet disturbingly realistic-world."

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