Homecoming

Homecoming by Cass Morgan

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Humanity is coming home.

Weeks after landing on Earth, the Hundred have managed to create a sense of order amidst their wild, chaotic surroundings. But their delicate balance comes crashing down with the arrival of new dropships from space.

These new arrivals are the lucky ones-back on the Colony, the oxygen is almost gone-but after making it safely to Earth, GLASS`s luck seems to be running out. CLARKE leads a rescue party to the crash site, ready to treat the wounded, but she can`t stop thinking about her parents who may still be alive. Meanwhile, WELLS struggles to maintain his authority despite the presence of the Vice Chancellor and his armed guards, and BELLAMY must decide whether to face or flee the crimes he thought he`d left behind.

It`s time for the Hundred to come together and fight for the freedom they`ve found on Earth, or risk losing everything-and everyone-they love.  

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Cass Morgan

A book by Cass Morgan

Aspiring writer Cass Morgan developed a passion for literature in her third grade when she was given a copy of the book "Mallory and the Dream Horse" by Anne Martin for her birthday. At the age of ten, she and her family moved from Brooklyn to Santa Monica, where many found it odd to wear black clothes for Cass. A few years later, she went to college on the East Coast, where she again did not fit into "fashion": this time, she was an outsider because she wore too much pink. At Brown University and Oxford (very much like Hogwarts, only without robes), the writer studied 19th century literature, history and English; read gothic novels Edgar Allan Poe , unsuccessfully auditioned for several student plays and learned the most important art - walking on ice in high heels. After graduation, Cass settled in New York and was determined to work in the publishing business. When she was not editing novels for young book readers, she could be found in coffee shops in Brooklyn, where she fought at tables, tried to pet other people`s dogs, and wrote to her former school lover thanks for introducing her to science fiction, which, like later it turned out to be a lot of fun to write too. Cass Morgan`s debut novel in this genre - "The Hundred" - was released quite recently, on September 3, 2013, but even at the stage of developing the idea, he gained a lot of fans. For example, among the producers of the Warner Bros. Televisio ”- the rights to film adaptation of the novel were purchased long before the publication of the work: the series of the same name appeared on American television screens in March 2014. The book was published in Russian in the summer of the same year. Currently, Cass Morgan lives in Brooklyn in constant fear that her IKEA cabinet will collapse under the weight of books and bury the girl under a mountain of science fiction and Victorian novels.  ©

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Aspiring writer Cass Morgan developed a passion for literature in her third grade when she was given a copy of the book "Mallory and the Dream Horse" by Anne Martin for her birthday. At the age of ten, she and her family moved from Brooklyn to Santa Monica, where many found it odd to wear black clothes for Cass. A few years later, she went to college on the East Coast, where she again did not fit into "fashion": this time, she was an outsider because she wore too much pink. At Brown University and Oxford (very much like Hogwarts, only without robes), the writer studied 19th century literature, history and English; read gothic novels Edgar Allan Poe , unsuccessfully auditioned for several student plays and learned the most important art - walking on ice in high heels. After graduation, Cass settled in New York and was determined to work in the publishing business. When she was not editing novels for young book readers, she could be found in coffee shops in Brooklyn, where she fought at tables, tried to pet other people`s dogs, and wrote to her former school lover thanks for introducing her to science fiction, which, like later it turned out to be a lot of fun to write too. Cass Morgan`s debut novel in this genre - "The Hundred" - was released quite recently, on September 3, 2013, but even at the stage of developing the idea, he gained a lot of fans. For example, among the producers of the Warner Bros. Televisio ”- the rights to film adaptation of the novel were purchased long before the publication of the work: the series of the same name appeared on American television screens in March 2014. The book was published in Russian in the summer of the same year. Currently, Cass Morgan lives in Brooklyn in constant fear that her IKEA cabinet will collapse under the weight of books and bury the girl under a mountain of science fiction and Victorian novels.  ©