by Kate Kohler Amory with The Hero Project
The year is 2114. Only one source of fresh water remains on the planet after decades of human conflict. Governing corporation F&R owns the sole rights to this water source but rival ENCO owns the system used to control and access it. The endless warfare has left 99% of the population in the dry territory of Terra. They exist on strict rations of water and food provided by the 1%, the Edenites, who live in a first world controlled climate biosphere.
These two systems exist in a delicate balance until a mercenary army, The Resistance, is recruited by F&R to regain control of the water supply. Enter our hero, Jeanne, a young woman with special gifts who joins the resistance in their fight.
With F&R's support and fueled by the call of their Gaian religion, the Resistance believes they are working to free the world's water supply for access to all. Or are they?
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What Makes a Hero?
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