Going Green by Heather S. Ransom

Going Green is a story about choices and consequences, about true happiness and real fear, about racism and appreciation of differences, and about deciding who you truly are and what you believe. Set in the future, it allows us to look at and talk about "their problems" ...until we realize how just similar our realities are.

In the future, the color of your skin lets everyone know who you are. Those who can contribute to making the world a better place are Green, walking GMOs with plant chloroplasts in their cells who no longer need to eat. Life is good. People are happy.
     Well, ...some people.
             Not everyone gets to “go Green.”

Calyssa Brentwood, a high school senior just finished with her cellular enhancement, is on her way to securing her place in the upper ranks of society. Until she finds herself far from the safety of Sci-City,
     ...on a farm,
             ...in the middle of a rebel insurgency.
Realizing that nothing is as simple as it seems, Lyssa soon discovers that each choice brings new consequences
     ...ones that may turn deadly for those she cares about most.

 

"Going Green is fast-paced and fun, with an environmental twist. ...[Going Green] drives towards a conclusion that is all too real, and reminds us what it means to be human. How far would you go to save the planet? And what would you do to save yourself? Ransom considers these questions while giving us characters we can connect with and a story that leaves us on the edge of our seats. Going Green is sure to leave you wanting more from this debut author. I can’t wait to see what happens next."

-Kate Ristau

Author of Shadow Girl

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or a Oregon Books and Games HERE

or at Annie Bloom's Books HERE

or at Powell's HERE

or on B&N.com HERE

or get it on Amazon HERE

or for Kindle HERE

And check it out on Goodreads HERE

 

For more information about Heather S. Ransom, check out her website at www.heathersransom.ink

To contact Not a Pipe Publishing about arranging a signing, an interview, or a speaking engagement, email us at notapipepublishing@gmail.com

 

 Going Green on the shelves of  Oregon Books and Games

Going Green on the shelves of Oregon Books and Games