Jadah McCoy, a 2009 graduate of Monticello High School, has completed the second book in her trilogy, The Kepler Chronicles: Book II ORGANIC.
The book will release on June 13 and there will be a book signing at the Monticello Library on June 20 from 12:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Both books, Artificial (Kepler Chronicles: Book I) and Organic can be purchased online at Barnes & Noble.com, Books-a-Million.com, Amazon.com and Walmart.com.
Jadah is the daughter of Ronnie and Lori McCoy of Monticello and the granddaughter of Monteene and Wes McCoy of Smyrna, Tennessee, formerly of Monticello, and Lolly Blackwell of Monticello.
Jadah McCoy’s ORGANIC, pitched as Bladerunner meets Pitch Black, in which 18-year-old Syl has barely survived the genetic splicing that plagued her human body. After discovering the androids’ plot to wipe out human and Cull alike, Syl must return to Elite to warn the other survivors. However, with the realization that her group of survivors isn’t the only one also comes the realization that some humans are just as bad as androids. Bastion and Syl grow closer, however, their relationship suffers under the weight of ghosts of her past and a growing threat that endangers human and android alike.