Off the Grid

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Off The Grid is a cautionary thriller. It will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end with its combination of genetic modifications, fantasy elements, and a love story. I can assure you that you will never look at the field of cloning the same again!

After losing her beloved nephew in a tragic accident, Fels convinces her reluctant husband, Carl, to abandon their cushy, ultra-modern life in San Diego and move to a remote cabin in the middle of the Cuyamaca Mountains. To say that Carl isn’t thrilled with this arrangement would be an understatement, but his love for Fels prevails and he vows to make do with this new life — and even makes a strange new friend in the mountain elder, who takes it upon himself to educate Carl on the ancient Indian tribes and tales of the mountains. Little does Carl know, this information will prove incredibly important.

Fels returns home from her job at a biotech with a ferret — a lab animal that no longer has a role in the lab. She falls in love with the little creature and eventually comes to believe that this ferret is actually her nephew reincarnated. When the ferret becomes pregnant and gives birth, she is overjoyed. That is, until it’s discovered that there is something very very wrong with these ferrets — they’re genetically modified to be evil!

Suddenly everyone’s life is in danger. The ferrets are out for blood and death. There’s no escaping and what was once a love simple country life turns into warfare. Who will win in the end? You’re gonna have to read the book to find out…. and I suggest that you do! It’s a winner for sure.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 237 pages
Publisher Full Arc Press
Publish Date 15-Jan-2011
ISBN 9780615435787 Buy this Book
Issue May 2012
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller


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