The Girl Behind The Wall - Ashley Antoinette - Books - Independently Published - 9798609487001 - February 24, 2020
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The Girl Behind The Wall

Ashley Antoinette

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The Girl Behind The Wall

Neely never knew a world without limits. There was always a boundary, always a line she couldn't cross. She heard her parents speak of life before the walls often. It sounded like a great way to live. It sounded a lot like freedom, but behind the perimeter of Zone 7, even the thought of escaping was a crime. One president had come along and changed the way people interacted forever. People lived behind barricades. The walls separated each race. The walls kept people safe, but to an adventurous 17 year old Neely, they made her feel trapped. After meeting a group of teenagers from other zones on the interscope, a new age internet, Neely decides its time to break the rules and venture outside of her zone. Fearless and determined, Neely sneaks out and meets friends who are so different from her that its mind-blowing. When their night of rebellion turns into a fight for justice they must prove their lives matter and that when people come together miraculous things can happen. New York Times best selling author Ashley Antoinette, co-writes this book with her son, Quaye Coleman. Together they are debuting a new kind of urban storytelling full of imagination. It's a story that parents and children can read together that will open the discussion about equality, respecting one another's differences, and above all, it will take you on a powerful adventure. It's a story that breaks through walls of its own and coins a new lane for this mother/son duo.

Media Books     Paperback Book   (Book with soft cover and glued back)
Released February 24, 2020
ISBN13 9798609487001
Publishers Independently Published
Pages 310
Dimensions 140 × 216 × 18 mm   ·   394 g
Language English  

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