Below the Surface

by George Barthel & L. J. Kleeman



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/22/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 856
ISBN : 9781665730778
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 856
ISBN : 9781665730761
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 856
ISBN : 9781665730754

About the Book

Alaska in the year 2314: Seventeen-year-old Nahanni Redfern and her people—descendants of First Nation tribes—have been living in a vast system of secret underground caves, hiding from the totalitarian government on the surface that would enslave them. Then one night, an explosion shakes their world, and Jack Correll, an enigmatic young physicist from the surface, discovers them. To everyone in underground Tanháia, discovery means only one thing: their years of secrecy have ended, and they are now facing capture or death. Can their secrecy be maintained? Will Correll betray them, and what are his real reasons for coming? Nahanni is about to learn that appearances are deceptive, motives complex, and where people are concerned, no one knows what goes on below the surface.

About the Author

George Barthel is a New York City-based author and playwright, who has had nine plays, including The Naked Enemy and Murder Uncensored, produced in various small theaters around the city. L. J. Kleeman is a writer, stage director, and co-author of The Complete CATW Book, a guide to help students pass the CUNY entrance exam. When not involved in theater or writing, she teaches at Hostos College in the Bronx.