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Certain Hypothetical (Slowpocalypse, Book 1)
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EVERYTHING changes when FURC Director Jonathan Miles seals the fourteen square mile compound home to the Federal University and Research Complex and the community that supports it, cutting them all off from the slowly crumbling civilization on the outside--and making them a target of those who want the facilities for themselves. The director's daughter Katherine returns to work for FURC Security with a promotion because of the crisis, eager to face any challenge--but as tensions among the residents rise, she encounters greater peril than she had imagined. David Belue gives up his classes to help install additional defenses, but his curiosity leads him to discover a threat inside the community, endangering his life--because an enemy within waits for just the right moment to betray them all.
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"The kind of book you read if you're looking to get totally immersed in a new world. It's one of those worlds where you're just on the brink of something horrible that you don't quite understand, and that's the kind of thing I think the current world can relate to. What I loved most about this book is how vivid and thorough the world inside the compound is. You can get lost in it. For a minute, you can forget it's not exactly real." - Amanda Scott, A. Fae's Truth About Books "Certain Hypothetical by James Litherland is the kind of book you read if you're looking to get totally immersed in a new world... where you're just on the brink of something horrible that you don't quite understand, and that's the kind of thing I think the current world can relate to... What I loved most about this book is how vivid and thorough the world inside the compound is... You can get lost in it. For a minute, you can forget it's not exactly real... I thought it was great!" - Amanda Scott, writing for A. Fae's Truth About Books "The kind of book you read if you're looking to get totally immersed in a new world. It's one of those worlds where you're just on the brink of something horrible that you don't quite understand, and that's the kind of thing I think the current world can relate to. What I loved most about this book is how vivid and thorough the world inside the compound is. You can get lost in it. For a minute, you can forget it's not exactly real." - Amanda Scott, A. Fae's Truth About Books

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