Arcadium

Arcadium

Sarah Gray

Paranormal / Vampires / Fantasy

Sixteen-year-old Florence West must journey across a disease ravaged Melbourne with her younger sister Liss, and she’ll do anything to survive. Mostly that means staying clear of people, the healthy ones on the run and the infected ones hungry for human flesh. But how far can they go alone? And just what is Arcadium? Florence knows but she's not telling and it could just be the key to survival.What is Arcadium? Florence knows but she’s not telling anyone, and it could just be the key to the survival of the human race.Sixteen-year-old Florence West must journey across a disease ravaged Melbourne with her nine-year-old sister Liss, and she’ll do anything to survive. Mostly that means staying clear of all people, the healthy ones on the run and the infected ones hungry for human flesh. But when she meets a man that speaks no English and a defiant set of brothers, Florence will be forced to question her ways. Because there’s only so far you can go alone, right?Arcadium is a heart-stopping journey of hope across a ravaged urban land where survival always comes at a heavy price.
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A Life Everlasting

A Life Everlasting

Sarah Gray

Paranormal / Vampires / Fantasy

A donor mother's powerful memoir of grief and rebirth that is also a fascinating medical science whodunit, taking us inside the world of organ, eye, tissue, and blood donation and cutting-edge scientific research.When Sarah Gray received the devastating news that her unborn son Thomas was diagnosed with anencephaly, a terminal condition, she decided she wanted his death—and life—to have meaning. In the weeks before she gave birth to her twin sons in 2010, she arranged to donate Thomas's organs. Due to his low birth weight, they would go to research rather than transplant. As transplant donors have the opportunity to meet recipients, Sarah wanted to know how Thomas's donation would be used.That curiosity fueled a scientific odyssey that leads Sarah to some of the most prestigious scientific facilities in the country, including Harvard, Duke, and the University of Pennsylvania. Pulling back the curtain of protocol and confidentiality, she introduces the...
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