I used to matter... but now I'm just a girl in a ghetto, a statistic of the Non-Compliance Sector. Shea Kelly had a brilliant career in technology, but after refusing to implant an invasive government device in her body she was sent to a modern day reservation: a Non-Compliance Sector, a lawless community run by thugs and organized crime. She's made a life for herself as a resourceful...
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Jun 25 2016
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Non-Compliance: The Sector, is the first book of the Non-Compliance series. A successful science fiction trilogy that explores the stark truths of 'big brother' in a dystopian America.
Reviewed and praised professionally by Midwest Book Review, Reader's Favorite, and the personal assistant of Gini Koch, Non-Compliance features a strong female protagonist, humour, feminism and a splash of romance in a gritty, violent story.
Approximately 70,000 words in length, this first person narrative hooks the reader from the first page.
Non-Compliance: The Sector, is often within the top 10 dystopian science fiction novels on Amazon and is published by Kristell Ink, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Grimbold Books in the UK.
Grimbold Books is a small and independent publisher, but already they have released in excess of 15 quality novels from acclaimed writers. With a strong internet presence both marketing and social media, as well as regular convention attendees, they're on the up.
Grimbold Books reach: Over 3000 genuine fans on Facebook across Grimbold, Tenebris Books and Kristell Ink
2000 genuine fans on Twitter
Professional and regularly updated blogs and websites
Strong engagement with readers, regular competitions and publication of quality literature.
To date, Non-Compliance: The Sector has sold over 3000 copies (excluding free promotions) and we have had regular requests for an audiobook version.
Paige Daniels works as an electrical engineer in the American Midwest. When she isn't shuttling her kids to gymnastics and violin lessons, or coaching a robot team, she writes. She lives on a small hobby farm with her kids, husband, cows, dogs, horse, donkey, and cat.