Simma Now Serialized on Wattpad

The first chapter of “Simma” is posted on Wattpad!
http://www.wattpad.com/story/10562024-simma

Simma is book 3 in the Water Worlds sci-fi apocapunk adventure series. There will be a new chapter posted every Friday. If you want to start the series from the beginning, be sure to read:

Young Moon – book 1
http://www.wattpad.com/story/2211909-young-moon
and Sami – book 2
http://www.wattpad.com/story/3326405-sami

Both are now posted in their entirety on Wattpad. And thanks for reading!

H.S

Description:

Simma was sure she’d never see Sami again. Sef or Glyn, either. She’d left Sami standing in the middle of the street in First Right nearly a year ago, and the boys had vanished without a trace long before that, or were chased from the tunnel by the Judge.

Living under the water in tunnel Tee Two, with her mom and her mom’s boyfriend, Namid, frightened Simma to her core. Any moment, she felt, the walls would split and the whole of the mile-wide river would rush in and drown her. Namid said she’d outgrow it, but she was nearly sixteen and this feeling of dread only deepened in her.

Then Sami came, as if in a dream, and told her to run!

Through a catastrophe brought on by the sabotage of the hated Judge Trapmann, Simma falls in with a crowd of survivors bent on revenge against his cannibal army. Simma liked a good fight, especially when it meant bringing down a bully, but Sami told her to push on, and it was up to Simma to warn the Twelve Towns. War was coming and worlds were at stake!

Simma is a story of courage and discovery in an age of reconstruction, and is book 3 in the Water Worlds young adult science fiction apocapunk adventure series.

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About HSStOurs

H. S. St. Ours is the author of the Water Worlds young adult science fiction, apocapunk adventure series. He lives and writes in Maryland. "Water Worlds is a saga of the terraforming of the planets of the inner solar system, as seen through the eyes of generations of young women. I wrote this series especially for young women, because I believe there is a paucity of good SF for them in particular."
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