Book Launch Party: Resist by Tracy Lawson With Tracy Lawson

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Join author Tracy Lawson as we celebrate the release of her new dystopian sci-fi novel, Resist!

Knowledge comes with a price. Tommy and Careen no longer believe the Office of Civilian Safety and Defense’s miracle antidote can protect them from a terrorist’s chemical weapons. After accidentally discovering the antidote’s real purpose, they join the fight to undermine the OCSD’s bid for total control of the population.

Resist is the sequel to Counteract, which we celebrated on LIVE last year.

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