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...And The Stars Fell Silent (Silent Stars Book 1)

by Trinity Roberts

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It’s the year 2040, and 18-year-old Skyler Whitfield had the perfect life—A successful father, a loving boyfriend, and wonderful friends. She had her future all planned out. She would go to Princeton like her father, marry her boyfriend Kellan, and have four happy children. All her plans came to a halt the day of The Big Announcement. President Lancaster announced that the sun was going to burn out. Scientists and engineers worked together to build bio-domes all over the world to house as many people as possible. Five domes were built around the United States. Once the domes went up, key cards were handed out to people who were deemed useful enough to live inside of the dome. Chaos rang out when the citizens of Seattle began to panic about their future. Skyler thought everything would be okay once the dome doors closed—but that wasn’t the case. With the dome doors closed, no one inside is safe. Skyler discovers something frightening in Tristan’s office, she has to act fast. With a murderer on the loose and a deadly virus breaking out around the dome, Skyler has to save the life of someone she loves dearly. …And The Stars Fell Silent is a dystopian novel that sets itself apart from the rest. You will experience a new dystopian world from the beginning. This haunting tale of love, loss, betrayal, and murder will haunt you long after you finish it.

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