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Sara Wilson Etienne


Sara Wilson Etienne

Sara Wilson Etienne used to dream of being a marine biologist but quickly realized that she loves fantasy more than fact.  Now she enjoys combining both to create stories that ask “What if?” She writes in sunny California alongside her artist husband and her two dogs.

Her favorite days are spent disappearing into different universes, whether it’s traveling with Dr. Who, popping into a parallel world with Diana Wynne Jones, writing her own stories, or just taking a nap.

HARBINGER is her first novel.

Sara Wilson Etienne

Books by Sara Wilson Etienne

by Sara Wilson Etienne - Dystopian, Dystopian Fiction, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 13+

Ravaged by a plague known as Red Death, the planet Gabriel, a former colony of Earth, is a wasteland. Since being abandoned by Earth 500 years ago, resources are scarce and life is cheap. To stay alive, the survivors scavenge and trade for food with the resource-rich Curadores, the only other survivors on Gabriel. To steal is the ultimate sin. So when tough-as-nails 17-year-old Leica is caught doing just that, she's exiled to Gabriel's unforgiving desert. While in exile, Leica discovers a mysterious shuttle, which may help her people reestablish contact with Earth. Then Red Death kills her entire work crew, leaving Leica all alone until a handsome Curador offers her refuge in the Dome. But there's a catch: Leica can only enter the Dome as his concubine. When a rogue group of Citizens see their chance for revolution in Leica's good fortune, she finds herself unraveling a deadly mystery with chilling answers to the true origin of Red Death and the reason Earth really abandoned them so long ago.

by Sara Wilson Etienne - Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Psychological Thriller, Romance, Thriller, Young Adult 12+

When Faye arrives at Holbrook Academy, she feels strangely connected to the school and the island it sits on. She's even made her first real friends, but odd things keep happening to them. Faye knows she's the reason, but what does it all mean?