Are you ready for a fast-paced adventure?
Once you start, turning back may be difficult.
On a dusty and dry planet called Cynthia, Jane is searching for a cure for Dill's unique disease. No one knows what it is and for all she knows it can kill Dill. It soon becomes clear though, it isn't their greatest threat.
With problems at every turn and the continuous uncertainty, no one knows if they will survive the trip.
Can you join Jane, Dill, and Zeb, their driver, through unknown peril?
You better answer quick because the truth is coming out and you won't be able to run forever.
Naylene Rondon's love for reading encouraged her to practice writing since she was in elementary school. The ability to put her thoughts, ideas, characters and dialogue on paper is a rewarding challenge. Putting life, action, and building characters in story lines is an art form that she takes pride in, and sharing it with the world is a blessing. Everyday Naylene continues to grow and learn about writing and all possibilities it presents.
The car -which is an important character- was inspired by the cars in the 1960s. I wanted it to be ironic that we're in the future, but our cars are dated.
Coming over the hill was an ugly black car. The paint was faded. The front was too long and the back was too low. Plus, the windows were a dingy green. The only reason she knew it was a taxi was because of the plastic white sign on the roof that said so. She pursed her lips and narrowed her eyes as it neared. She had poor experiences with Red Hill’s taxi drivers. They all freelanced, making themselves their own boss. Sadly, Nordaway’s taxi services didn’t go to Red Hill and without a car, she only had one choice.