Emmy Laybourne's 'Monument 14'

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Emmy Laybourne, in her action packed novel, Monument 14, introduces us to Dean, he loves his brother and lives a seemingly normal life with his family in the small town of Monument, Colorado. He lives a typical teenage life, where his main worries are looking good in front of his high school crush, Astrid, he is crazy about her yet he doesn’t have the courage to talk to her. His family is typical of many, he has both parents that are loving and supporting of him. Dean also has a very close, technology geek brother which he gravely cares about and would do anything for. When a mega tsunami strikes and wipes out major cities along the east coast of America, it also creates a supernatural weather phenomenon, such as a major hailstorm that wreaks

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