Two worlds. One glass wall. No turning back.
The human race has been divided. The chosen few live in the safety of the domes, watching through their glass walls as those left on the outside suffer and die. But desperation has brought invention. New drugs have the ability to alter humans, giving them the strength to roam the poisoned night unafraid—but survival comes at a terrible price.
Seventeen-year-old Nola Kent has spent her life in the domes, training to protect her little piece of the world within the glass. The mission of the domes is to preserve the human race, not to help the sick and starving.
When the fate of an outsider child falls into her hands, Nola dares to venture beyond the security of her home, diving into a world of darkness and vampires. Life within the glass didn't prepare her for the realities of suffering or the depth of forbidden love.
When blood washes over the domes, Nola must choose between her home and her heart.
Girl of Glass is an action-packed dystopian tale. If you like romance, strong heroines, and a touch of paranormal danger, then you'll love joining Megan O'Russell's 90,000+ satisfied readers.
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Praise for Girl of Glass
"Honestly, I have stayed up far too late reading this - and I have no regrets." – Amazon Review
"In this thrilling novel, Russell explores an apocalyptic world through the eyes of a girl who must find a way to bridge the gap between humans and monsters, all the while moving on from an uncertain life that knows nothing of sorrow." – Readers Favorite
"A wild ride with strong emotions, real problems & hard choice solutions. Makes the pages fly. Creates a need to read the entire series to see what happens." – Amazon Review
"I loved this book. It kept me on the edge of my seat as I was reading. Looking forward to reading the next one." – Amazon Review
"I don't want to give too much away, so all I will say is this book is probably close to the perfect dystopian YA novel." – Amazon Review
What inspired you to write Girl of Glass?
I wanted to write a story that combines a mid-apocalyptic world with the excitement of the paranormal—weaving vampires, werewolves, and a touch of zombie action into a story about a girl living in privilege at the end of civilization.
What makes Girl of Glass a different kind of dystopian tale?
Most dystopian books are written from the point of view of the downtrodden. You're seeing everything through the eyes of the people desperately trying to survive from day to day. Nola is one of the privileged few chosen to survive the apocalypse.
Seeing the end of the world from the point of view of the chosen 1% helps to explore the question of what our obligation is to help those who suffer.
Why would readers enjoy Girl of Glass?
With a mix of romance, danger, vampires, and survival against terrible odds, Girl of Glass offers readers a unique story that will keep them up late, desperate to find out what comes next.