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Free Fall: Book One of the Rinzer Chronicles

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The United States, 2063. For decades a technological revolution has ravaged the country, altering societal norms and undoing the order so many years were spent to establish. Automation, civil unrest, and in the middle of it here Drew was, competing in an extreme sport which people gravitated to as a necessity; like food and water. Free Fall was always built up to more than The United States, 2063. For decades a technological revolution has ravaged the country, altering societal norms and undoing the order so many years were spent to establish. Automation, civil unrest, and in the middle of it here Drew was, competing in an extreme sport which people gravitated to as a necessity; like food and water. Free Fall was always built up to more than what it was—an extreme and deadly sport. It wasn’t as enticing or rewarding as some had made it seem unless you were an adrenaline junkie with nothing to lose. The athletes that started the competition did it to push the boundaries. After all, nothing set one person apart from the other more than a fall from space, the only catch was that you had to survive it. Now, Free Fall was a glamorized sport, revered by millions around the world. Drew hadn't figured it out whether it was the likelihood of death that lured in so many watchers or the sheer excitement of the competition itself, but there was never a shortage of applicants, everyone yearned for the chance to compete.


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The United States, 2063. For decades a technological revolution has ravaged the country, altering societal norms and undoing the order so many years were spent to establish. Automation, civil unrest, and in the middle of it here Drew was, competing in an extreme sport which people gravitated to as a necessity; like food and water. Free Fall was always built up to more than The United States, 2063. For decades a technological revolution has ravaged the country, altering societal norms and undoing the order so many years were spent to establish. Automation, civil unrest, and in the middle of it here Drew was, competing in an extreme sport which people gravitated to as a necessity; like food and water. Free Fall was always built up to more than what it was—an extreme and deadly sport. It wasn’t as enticing or rewarding as some had made it seem unless you were an adrenaline junkie with nothing to lose. The athletes that started the competition did it to push the boundaries. After all, nothing set one person apart from the other more than a fall from space, the only catch was that you had to survive it. Now, Free Fall was a glamorized sport, revered by millions around the world. Drew hadn't figured it out whether it was the likelihood of death that lured in so many watchers or the sheer excitement of the competition itself, but there was never a shortage of applicants, everyone yearned for the chance to compete.

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