The White Clover Project: Phase 1 by James Alexander

The White Clover Project: Phase 1

byJames Alexander

Kobo ebook | July 23, 2015

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What if there was an operation that could give you the body you desire, increase your life span tenfold, and be utilized to revive recently passed loved ones? Interested. Well, consider this. No one has ever attempted this kind of operation on a human. And, so far, animal testing has not been successful. Someone will trust a surgeon to perform this operation for them, but at what cost…?

Jessamy, a 17-year-old high school junior, is sick of people treating her like an outcast for being shy. She has an opportunity to change how she is viewed when her family moves to another part of town. She takes advantage of the move by leaving her unwanted identity behind. On her first day, Jessamy makes friends that would not have known she existed at her last school. A few days pass and she is invited to a party for the first time. Jessamy sneaks out her house after-hours to attend. She converses with people, has a couple drinks, and enjoys herself. After leaving the party, having too much to drink, Jessamy finds herself in a situation she would have avoided in her right mind state. During a moment of misjudgment, she unknowingly set off the first event that will soon place her life in the balance. Jessamy tries to resume normalcy the following week, but her actions from that night catch up with her. She attempts to make sense of everything going on at the expense of those she befriended with her assumed identity. At that moment, Jessamy goes from being an unlucky observer to the linchpin of the White Clover Project— a strategic plan for making this untested operation successful.

Title:The White Clover Project: Phase 1Format:Kobo ebookPublished:July 23, 2015Publisher:James AlexanderLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990050951876

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