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Ruth
Joined Oct 30, 2018
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Find Me a Cure
Updated Dec 15, 2018
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How would the world around turn out if a genius - or a collection of geniuses - discovered the cure for cancer?Emerald Reese aka, 202, miraculously born with the cure to a deadly terminal disease. To pile on, she also possesses, what she refers to as, 'above-average' abilities. Not your typical protagonist, huh? Someone give this girl an award! Don't worry, she gets ten - more specifically, the company, the Front who 'made' her, do. However disaster also piles on, when the company she trusted her life with, turn their backs on her. Quite ironic since they're called the Front, right?Worse yet, even more disaster slaps your heroine in the face, when she discovers Everest; a certain frosty eyed, granite faced, work of mystery, and who causes her to stumble upon something that the Front wished to stay long hidden from the world. But will 'disaster' really be the adjective to describe this particular encounter?No, we need one that's, well... worse.

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Find Me a Cure

How would the world around turn out if a genius - or a collection of geniuses - discovered the cure for cancer?Emerald Reese aka, 202, miraculously born with the cure to a deadly terminal disease. To pile on, she also possesses, what she refers to as, 'above-average' abilities. Not your typical protagonist, huh? Someone give this girl an award! Don't worry, she gets ten - more specifically, the company, the Front who 'made' her, do. However disaster also piles on, when the company she trusted her life with, turn their backs on her. Quite ironic since they're called the Front, right?Worse yet, even more disaster slaps your heroine in the face, when she discovers Everest; a certain frosty eyed, granite faced, work of mystery, and who causes her to stumble upon something that the Front wished to stay long hidden from the world. But will 'disaster' really be the adjective to describe this particular encounter?No, we need one that's, well... worse.

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