The Renascent Effect

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Bonnier Pub Fiction, Aug 31, 2021 - Young Adult Fiction - 432 pages
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Of all possible outcomes, I never thought I'd say goodbye to you like this.


After the murder of Cassidy Jones' mother and the sudden illness of her best friend Harriet, Cassidy must leave the safety of Petriville and brave the unknown both to find a cure for Harriet and the peace she's struggling to achieve. Plus, only then will Gina release Eric from prison.


It's a new time for the world and for Petriville. Cassidy yearns to find the truth behind her mother's murder and to understand why Eric betrayed her to Gina Petri. Without these answers, she cannot move on. But for Harriet and many others, the longevity drug fails, and they age rapidly.


Gina, who's in prison for the murder of Cassidy's mother, knows more than she's letting on. But neither she nor her daughter and successor, Susan, give Cassidy the truth. No matter how Eric tries to explain why he made a deal with Gina, Cassidy won't listen. In her heart, she knows it was to keep her safe, but to admit that betrays her mother's memory.


However, if she is to keep Eric out of harm and to help Harriet, she must leave Petriville and find the antidote. With this in mind, Cassidy, her brother Liam and friend Jonas head out to find what they need. If they fail, fifty-two lives are at risk and Cassidy will never find the peace she's seeking or ever tell Eric that she still loves him.

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About the author (2021)

Carryn W. Kerr is a young adult fiction author. She has a deep love for all things relating to the English language and considers stories as the rainbows of a sometimes cruel world. Rather than creating characters, she believes they always existed. Hers was the privilege of meeting them. When writing their stories, words flow through her fingertips like a gushing stream. She finds pleasure in escaping to fictitious realms as they develop and grow in her imagination.Carryn began the adventure of life in a small South African village in the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal. When she isn't writing, she can be found working out in the gym, running, or trying not to fall off her horse as they train and compete in dressage.For many years she worked in IT. Carryn lives with her husband and son in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her married daughter is on the beautiful island of Zanzibar.

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