by Britt Holewinski

SCHISM is the first book in a new dystopian trilogy by a truly unique author. It tells a tale of survival, of good versus evil, and of constructing a future with only memories of childhood.

A virus, created by the smartest minds in the United States government, which is meant to target male adults in times of war, is accidentally released before testing is complete. Within weeks six billion people are eliminated from the world. The only survivors are prepubescent children.

Five years after this catastrophic event, a young girl named Andy Christensen and her two friends are forced to leave their home in Bermuda and return to the North American continent. There, they discover that America is wild and chaotic, and people have instituted a “survival of the fittest” mentality. Andy and her friends soon band together with fellow survivors in search for a new place to call home.

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For Fans Of

  • Suzanne Collins
  • Veronica Roth
  • Ray Bradbury
  • George Orwell

About the Author

Britt Holewinski is a former CIA officer whose 14-year career opened her eyes to the world we live in, including rare glimpses of what living in a crumbling, post-apocalyptic world might be like. Many of these and other personal experiences are reflected throughout the story in SCHISM.

After residing in the Washington DC area for many years, she is currently living and writing full-time in Michigan. SCHISM is her debut novel.

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