In a world living blissfully in ignorance, Agatha Gomez has to survive the terrors of the twenty-first-century concentration camps.
They said it wouldn’t happen again, but it did.
And no one is batting an eye.
Bestselling Dystopian Horror Novelette
Just Another Number is an Amazon Bestseller in the Horror, Dystopian, and Dystopian Horror categories.
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During the production of Just Another Number, I was in my third year of college. I wrote this, based on art work, looking back to World War Two and the millions who died unnecessarily.
Being who, and what, I am – I have always had a Love/Hate relationship with the world – as the world becomes more outrageous and terrifying as time progresses, it scares me to think that what I initially wrote as a Dystopian Fiction, has become somewhat reality for those in Russia, and other non-LGBT+ friendly countries. Remember – do not accept defeat, resist. One day, we shall all be free from discrimination and segregation – no matter your sexuality, gender, race, religion, culture, or heritage.
I would like to say thank you to those who helped me put this together, and those who inspired me to make meaningful art, not just general shite. Thank you.
About the Author
Five-time bestselling author, Theodora started writing at the young age of eight – with their first novel published in 2017 aged nineteen.
They’re a typical northern Brit with an accent Americans regularly question during their work as a radio presenter.
Asking them what words would describe them most, they responded: “Queer, Jewish, Crackers”.
Non-Binary | Omniromantic | Jewish Pagan | Chronically Ill
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All characters and events in this novel are fictional, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or deceased, is purely coincidental.