Biome

Biome

2.9K Reads 97 Votes 3 Part Story
Ryan Galloway By ryangallows Updated Oct 03

From the boy who falls in love with her every week, to the girl who wants to ruin her life, to the cadets who have disappeared since landing--Lizzy has all of their memories floating inside her mind.
 
Welcome to Mars Colony One. Inside the gleaming domes, cadets work to make the Red Planet habitable. And every Sunday night, the doctors erase their memories.

Week by week the procedure is carried out, and no one suspects a thing. Until the morning Lizzy wakes up with all of the missing memories. And not just her own, but the memories of every cadet on the planet.

Now balancing the desires, fears, ideas, and secrets of the entire colony, Lizzy has six days to figure out what the doctors are hiding--and how to stop them--or she'll lose more than her memories.

ninjatheo1 ninjatheo1 Sep 14
The cover got my attention; it's excellent, and that's why I first looked at the story, which is also excellent. Keep up the good work!
I'm confused...is she having Déjà Vu or hallucinations? They're two different things. Or is there a reason they're lumped together here?
This is such a great opening line. Not cliched, not overly dramatic, relatable, and it really shows off how good this is going to be in the first couple of sentences.
How do things grow without bees to pollinate? Do they pollinate everything themselves? Just curious
Someone has read The Martian, I see. Keep  in mind that unless you're working with a terra formed atmosphere (which is what I think is happening) the storms on Mars are too weak to do any real damage.
- - Sep 24
Ooh, so all the colonies are different habitats?! Cool! 😃