The Life We Know: Trust

Nicholas Setmore, aged 29, believes he’s already reached the height of his potential. Employed as one of many workers at Mason’s Radio Manufacture, he clings to a life of routine within the little world he knows so well. Unfortunately for him, nothing is ever simple. He and his colleague, Jesseminah Whitfield, stumble upon a plot designed to overthrow the balance of Concordia. More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf lrf pdb txt html

First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 85,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370033201
About C. Lamerichs

Born in the summer of 1988, C. Lamerichs was raised in a rural village in the Netherlands. As far back as she can remember, teachers have accused her of being a loner and a dreamer. Why that was considered to be a bad thing, she still can't say. Nowadays, she still resides in her country of birth, inhabiting a nice house with her three cats. She juggles a full-time factory job with staff duties for the J-POP Foundation (which hosts the largest anime convention of the Netherlands) and of course writing. After more than a decade of dabbling with fanfiction in her spare time, she decided to write an original story as a means of balancing out her monotonous, monochromatic job.

When the life you know fails to bring true happiness and instead only leaves you content, it's up to you to take that first step outside your comfort zone, or so she would say.

About the Series: The Life We Know
'Stick to what you know and let someone else take care of the rest'. The great nation of Concordia prides itself on its harmony, born of dependency. Each zone has its own specialty, all thanks to the trade secrets which are meant to stay within their wall. The citizens are encouraged to stay within that wall as well.

Nicholas Setmore, age 29, believes he's already reached the height of his potential. Employed as one of many workers at Mason's Radio Manufacture, he clings to a life of routine within the little world he knows so well. Unfortunately for him, nothing is ever simple.

Also in Series: The Life We Know

Reviews

This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book