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    Andrew Post

The Siren House

by: Andrew Post

Once upon a time, the world ended. Or maybe not.

As a kid, Cassetera Robuck has it hard enough, suffering from a nerve disorder that makes her legs useless. Then the apocalypse happens. To survive, Cassetera and her family make a new home on an abandoned oil rig on Lake Superior. There, she and her father discover a machine: one that can take things apart molecule by molecule and reassemble them.

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Andrew Post was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, in 1984. He spent the countless study halls of his formative years filling notebooks with science fiction and horror stories. Andrew lives in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota with his wife, who is also an author, and their two dogs.
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Overview

Once upon a time, the world ended. Or maybe not.

As a kid, Cassetera Robuck has it hard enough, suffering from a nerve disorder that makes her legs useless. Then the apocalypse happens. To survive, Cassetera and her family make a new home on an abandoned oil rig on Lake Superior. There, she and her father discover a machine: one that can take things apart molecule by molecule and reassemble them.

Ten years later, her family all but lost, Cassetera heads into an apocalypse-torn Duluth, Minnesota, to find a man who calls himself the Fabulous Thadius Thumb, head writer and ringleader of the Thickskulled Thespian Troupe. He’s also a resistance leader and knows how to use the machine.

Meanwhile, the Regolatore work from a few dimensions over, escalating catastrophes with machines all too similar to Cassetera’s. When she becomes their target, Cassetera finds herself in a web of betrayal, murder, and the mystery of her own multidimensional existence.

Can she uncover the truth behind the apocalypse before life on this universe ends?

Details

Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2016
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"This book was well-written, descriptive, unique and fast-paced itself, and I find myself being intrigued by the story plot and the well-developed main characters. Really enjoyed reading this book, and was entertained throughout. " —Library Thing