The Girl From Above

The Girl From Above

368K Reads 26.1K Votes 36 Part Story
Jenna By jenalee28 Completed

For decades, the city of Amity has been buried under an endless haze of fog. Thousands live beneath the fog line, while the wealthy few reside above in Sky Towers. A playground for the rich, Sky Towers are the only high-rise living accommodations that rise above the fog. But, there are secrets in the towers' depths; secrets that some would kill to keep hidden.

Addison Winters has lived her entire life in the towers. As a member of Sky Corporation's elite, she knows nothing of the hardship of the people on the ground. Until she meets Jordan, a man from below with secrets of his own.

Now, with nowhere to hide above, Addison will have to navigate the unfamiliar world below. Hunted and on the run, she must learn to trust a new set of allies who want to use her for what she knows. But, when the truth is finally revealed, the only way out may be to destroy the only way of life she's ever known.

A dystopian thriller filled with high octane action, betrayal, and romance.

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Cover Photo by Yoann Boyer on Unsplash

  • action
  • adventure
  • complete
  • corrupt
  • dystopia
  • dystopian
  • firstlove
  • future
  • love
  • lovestory
  • mystery
  • nearfuture
  • politics
  • rebellion
  • revenge
  • romance
  • romantic
  • sciencefiction
  • scifi
  • teen
  • youngadult
marisabaratta marisabaratta Dec 07, 2017
Hmm I thought this was her talking and had to reread to get it. Could be just me!
marisabaratta marisabaratta Dec 07, 2017
Hmm I wonder if he or anyone was responsible for what happened to her dad :(
I pity the construction workers who had to build a building with 80 levels ( or more) 🙏🙏😹
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                              This gives new meaning to skyscraper
Shadow-Dragon02 Shadow-Dragon02 Dec 12, 2017
AWESOME CHAPTER! I can't wait to read the rest of it sometime!! 😍
Skrappy_Bagel_Snake Skrappy_Bagel_Snake Dec 09, 2017
That frosting had a family, a wife, children, and you just scooped it away from them
marisabaratta marisabaratta Dec 08, 2017
I associate drenched with something unwelcome, and warmth is usually welcome. Is it just me? Just something to ponder! :)