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Chrysalis (Project Nemesis #3) (Hardcover)
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This is book number 3 in the Project Nemesis series.
The stunning finale of the Project Nemesis trilogy from New York Times bestselling author Brendan Reichs.
The 64 members of Fire Lake's sophomore class have managed to survive the first two phases of the Program--and each other. Now, they alone have emerged into the dawn of a new era on Earth, into a Fire Lake valley that's full of otherworldly dangers and challenges. Although staying alive in this broken world should force Min, Noah, Tack, and the others to form new alliances, old feuds die hard, and the brutality of the earlier Program phases cannot be forgotten. But being a team isn't easy for the sophomores, and when they discover that they may not be alone on the planet after all, they'll have to decide if they're going to work together . . . or die together.
About the Author
Brendan Reichs was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, and holds degrees from Wake Forest University and the George Washington University School of Law. After three long years working as a litigation attorney, he abandoned the trade to write full-time. He is the author of the instant New York Times bestseller Nemesis and its sequel, Genesis, and coauthor of the six-volume Virals series. Brendan is also a member of the executive board for both the YALLFEST and YALLWEST literary festivals and has received an MFA in creative writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. He lives in Charlotte with his wife, son, daughter, and a herd of animals that tear up everything.
"Twisty and unpredictable to the very last page. I loved this series." --Ransom Riggs, #1 New York Times bestseller
"This thriller blew my mind--full of breakneck adventure, gasp-inducing plot twists, and a deliciously chilling sci-fi edge." --Kass Morgan, New York Times bestselling author of The 100
"A rousing examination of leadership, community, and humanity at large." --Kirkus Reviews