Neworld Papers: The Historian's Tale
Book One of the Neworld Papers -- 2015 Cygnus Award finalist
“The Neworld Papers series by KB Shaw is a beautifully sculpted work of science fiction that delves into the complexities of human emotion through characters who battle grief, explore romantic ties, and defy global suppression.” -- Chanticleer Book Reviews
Is revealing the truth worth the disruption of a society?
Fallon lives in a peaceful world that has no concept of war, or murder, or even love. It is a society that prohibits histories and pledges itself to "The Service of Today and the Building of Tomorrow."
Just weeks before he reaches adulthood, Fallon is torn from his sheltered life as a ward of the state. He is drawn into a subversive group that needs his secret talents and he quickly becomes a chronicler of discoveries that threaten to destroy the very fabric of Neworld.
Can Fallon handle the weight of the new responsibilities thrust upon him while he navigates relationships with the feisty redhead Aidan and raven-haired beauty Lenore?
About KB Shaw (Phoenix, Arizona Author)
I grew up in small Wisconsin towns. Due to my father's work, I attended three high schools in four years and have fond memories of each. I spent the first fifteen years of my adult life as a theater designer, director, actor, and playwright and taught at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and Arizona State University.
With the introduction of the Macintosh computer, I moved into design and computer education. I created the interface and more than 600 educational programs for the EduNet Network, and hosted live educational broadcasts into K-12 classroom across the country. I have also written nearly 900 video scripts for Pearson education.
I'm a member of The Society of Children's Book Writers and illustrators (SCBWI0 and the Society of Southwestern Authors.