G. C. Julien
BioG. C. Julien is an award-winning author of gritty, young adult fiction and dark dystopian stories driven by strong female characters. One of her most cherished works, The Feral Sentence, has captured the hearts of thousands of readers despite it being about murderous women sentenced to serve time on a remote island.<br /> <br /> When she is not having animated discussions with the characters in her head, G. C. Julien is usually rummaging through her kitchen cupboards because she loves food, spending time with her loving wife who is also the co-author of her new dystopian, Eden (this bio isn’t for advertising...[cough] now available on Amazon [cough]), playing acoustic guitar, or painting characters from comics, movies, or video-games to be given to family and friends.<br /> <br /> She is known to be a bit of an introvert who dreams of one day owning her very own bat cave, but promises she is very approachable and will not hiss at you if you make eye contact. She has been trained to smile and shake your hand, and she encourages all of her fans to look her up on Facebook or on her website (gcjulien.com), where readers can subscribe to receive all future installments of The Feral Sentence for free.
Free Book Giveaways
The Feral Sentence
The year is 2087 and the federal government is no longer sending murderers to prison. Instead, convicted felons are being stripped of their belongings and dropped into the waters of Kormace Island—the Island of Killers—to fend for themselves. Lydia Brone, an eighteen-year-old girl who is convicted of murder for having accidentally killed her mother’s abusive boyfriend, finds herself being transported by helicopter to this mysterious island. She knows that her sentence will be difficult, but what awaits her is far more terrifying than anything she could have ever imagined.
At the bewilderment of scientists around the world, women are outnumbering men 7 to 1. Well, that was before the American Rebirth—before President Price sparked America’s deadliest nationwide revolution by illegalizing the abortion of male embryos in an attempt to regain control. After that, everything fell apart. Now, in a world without electricity or societal laws, Eve Malum—a revered feminist leader—attempts to provide a peaceful life for a group of remaining survivors inside of Eden, a utopian garden where the male gender is forbidden. Lucy Cain, a young girl whose attachment to Eve has a hidden past, doesn’t worship Eve the way the other women do. She doesn’t trust her, and she’s determined to find an answer, even if that means questioning Eve’s rulership. Outside of Eden’s walls