Summary

A bonus never-before-released short story by best-selling author Isobelle Carmody.
Before the apocolyptic Great White - and the regressive theology that ruled the decimated population in its wake - the city of Uropa is a gleaming metropolis devoted wholly to materialistic consumption.
When Emma arrives to meet her childhood idol and continue her research into the emergence of psychic abilities, she must adapt quickly to conceal her personal interest in the subject and protect herself from the city's opportunistic residents.
©2012 Isobelle Carmody (P)2016 Bolinda
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5 out of 5 stars
By Simon on 02-05-18

Brilliant additional short story

This is set before the Obernewtyn series and is a great prequel to give us information about life before the great white. I loved it and would highly recommend it to all Obernewtyn fans

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5 out of 5 stars
By Emily on 14-06-18

Pretty Good

I really enjoyed this short prequel / novella. I haven't heard of the series that it's a part of, but I'm really intrigued and want to look it up.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Arcee2013 on 22-05-18

So so

The narrators voice is monotone. Story sounds interesting but the execution is poor. Story is difficult to follow

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