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By: Cassandra Rowe

The Tide that Turned in Spring

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2015: The world is on the brink of change. Two young men share a prison cell for the next decade as the outside world passes them by. They do not realise how much of a changed world they’d return to.

2012: In a limited world of social media and increasing global tensions, four teenagers are living together in a remote boarding school, along with 400 other teenagers, at the end of the world when a fifth is thrown in. The four of them are closer than family and will do anything to protect each other from harm or from being ostracised. Hell-bent on hedonism, these teenagers will do anything to belong, but this is just a moment in the life of a generation that will be lost to everything that came before and everything that came after.

Cassandra Rowe was brought up in the Highlands of Scotland and she studied Professional Writing Skills at City of Glasgow College. She is now studying a two-year course in Digital Marketing at City of Glasgow College and hopes to go into Social Media marketing or Brand Management.

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