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Posted: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 12:57 pm

Bethany Hagen makes her literary debut with her novel "Landry Park." This dystopian book is already a hit among major publishers and reviewers alike. Set in the future of the United States, it examines the repercussions of a war with China and how the citizens of the U. S. would be affected. The novel also brings up issues regarding global warming and emissions. Hagen has some interesting ways to fix these problems. They may not be possible now, but the future holds all new possibilities that she uses in "Landry Park."

"Landry Park" focuses on Madeline Landry's growth as she realizes that she can no longer blindly believe in society. As a gentry, she is a member of one of the ruling families in America. Madeline is being forced to marry at seventeen so she can run the Landry estate, even though she dreams of going to the university.

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