What would it feel like to attend the only school left on Earth?
Seven years after her father’s strange disappearance, thirteen year old Mia moves to Washington D.C.
where her mother has accepted a teaching position at a new academy for the gifted.
Unbeknownst to Mia and the rest of the world, the U.S. Congress has commissioned the school to train America’s future geniuses and thereby gain a secret global advantage.
But, after the Earth’s existence is mysteriously threatened, the school becomes the planet’s sole remaining educational facility.
Although she was not meant to attend the school, Mia is forced to integrate within this secretive academy.
Will Mia, an embittered teenager with her own mysterious past, be able to overcome her stunted status within a highly esoteric school?
More importantly, will she unravel the truth about her Maya heritage, discover what happened to her father, win love from the “Einstein” of her day
and – of course – accomplish all of this while trying to save the world? The Earth depends on it.
Generation A.R.M. is a science fiction novel for young adult readers and is the first book in a three part series.
It is a fictional story which takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, but is based around a real-life building in Washington D.C., called the Franklin School.