Earth-Sim

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Jem has a reputation to prove and a secret to protect. The prestigious world simulation program is the answer to both her problems, but only if she can succeed in spite of her partner, Kir, and the uncooperative human beings who populate her planet. From the Great Extinction to the Renaissance, from world wars to intergalactic treaties, Jem’s conflict with Kir will forever shape Earth’s history. More

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Published: Feb. 02, 2013
Words: 53,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301215362
About Jade Kerrion

Welcome! I’m Jade Kerrion, a Science Fiction author. I graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with an undergraduate degree in Biology and Philosophy, and then went on to get my MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia.

My varied background led me through many careers across many industries, including container shipping, education, and management consulting. In my spare time, I wrote stories – young adult, fantasy, and science fiction – and developed a loyal reader base with my fan fiction series based on the MMORPG Guild Wars. I was accused of keeping my readers up at night, distracting them from work, housework, homework, and (far worse), from actually playing Guild Wars.

And then I wondered why just screw up the time management skills of gamers? Why not aspire to screw everyone else up too?

So here I am, writing books that aspire to keep you from doing anything else useful with your time.

I live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with my wonderfully supportive husband and my two young sons, Saint and Angel, (no, those aren’t their real names, but they are like saints and angels, except when they’re not.)

Thank you for visiting!

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Reviews

Review by: Lisa Williamson on Feb. 04, 2013 : star star star star star
Ms Kerrion has done it again. Another story that grips you from the start and makes you sit and read it in one sitting. This story starts out as a science fictiony college class story but quickly you come to realize that the world they are developing is one you recognize very well.

The development of the planet through its stages is a fine back drop to the development between the two main characters of this story. The heroine Jem is much deeper than she seems and the more you learn about her the more I think many will like her.

This story is closer to a YA than the rest of her work but it is light and good and has some depth that makes it great reading for adults. Once more, she knocked it out of the park!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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