Daughter 4254

D4254-CoverDaughter4254 used to think life in a community where art, music, and names are outlawed would suffocate her creative spirit—until she is left to rot in prison and realizes there is far worse.

When she meets Thomas, a fellow inmate, who tells stories of the mythical mountain colonies where people have names and the arts thrive, she finds a shred of hope. Together they plot an escape, knowing they’ll die if they fail. Or worse, their consciousness will be taken by the MindWipe, leaving their bodies free for government use.

When nothing goes as planned, Daughter4254 must choose between using her mother’s secrets of the rebellion to better the world she hates and following her heart to the quiet life of freedom she has always craved.

“A beautifully written dystopian that has you chasing resolution and begging for the happy ending Daughter4254 desperately deserves.” –Jennifer Jenkins, author of Nameless

“It is quite remarkable to write a story where I want to know what happened, what’s happening, and what’s going to happen all at the same time! Dystopian at its best…” –Jena, JenaBrownWrites.com

a novel by

Leigh Statham


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CATEGORY: Science Fiction | Futuristic | Dystopian

AGE: Young Adult, 12+ (occasional violence)


November 7, 2017 | 292 pages

Paperback: $14.95

Ebook: $3.99

Print: 978-1-945654-02-2| Ebook: 978-1-945654-03-9