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Some Fine Day by Kat Ross
  

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Breathtaking dystopian adventure set far beneath the surface of our ravaged world, for all fans of Hugh Howey and Veronica Roth.

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Some Fine Day by Kat Ross

Sixteen year-old Jansin Nordqvist is on the verge of graduating from the black ops factory known as the Academy. She's smart and deadly, and knows three things with absolute certainty: 1. When the world flooded and civilization retreated deep underground, there was no one left on the surface. 2. The only species to thrive there are the toads , a primate/amphibian hybrid with a serious mean streak. 3. There's no place on Earth where you can hide from the hypercanes, continent-sized storms that have raged for decades. Jansin has been lied to. On all counts.

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Some Fine Day is a gripping thriller that snatched me into a horrifying, futuristic world where science clashes with nature. This heart pounding adventure kept my pulse racing until I reached the end where I found myself utterly shocked and desperate for more. - Christina Farley, author of the GILDED series (Skyscape)


About the Author

KAT ROSS grew up in New York City and worked as a bike messenger, legal secretary, coat check girl and iguana-brander before settling on a career as a reporter and editor. Kat Ross is the pseudonym of Kitty Stapp, who is an editor for Inter Press Service, based out of the UN Headquarters in New York.

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Publication date

30th November 1999

Author

Kat Ross

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Paperback

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ISBN

9781783450169

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