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What is the book where a group of people lived underground in a mountain and they had a wheat field with possibly a little opening to the sky?

I remember nothing about the actual plot except that maybe the main girl was falling in love with someone she wasn't supposed to and they met in the wheat field secretly.

It's possible that the bad guys either discovered or almost discovered the colony of people by flying over the wheat field opening and seeing that someone's living there and cultivating things.

closed as off-topic by Skooba, Jenayah, Niffler, Dave Johnson, TheLethalCarrot Feb 22 at 21:12

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  • Could you explain a bit more what elements are science fiction or fantasy? Is this set in dystopian future? As it reads right now it may be closed as off-topic. – Skooba Feb 22 at 19:49
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    @skooba living underground is sort of sci-fi – Stormblessed Feb 22 at 20:18
  • This could be from the book 'The Host' by Stephanie Meyer. It seems kinda familiar, however I only read the first few chapters and skimmed the rest ...it was a bit too "chick-lit romance" for a sci fi book – DannyMcG Feb 22 at 20:24
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    @Stormblessed just depends on what "underground" means.... If it is something like "Journey to the Center of the Earth", where you thousands of feet down, sure. But the Pueblos have been building civilizations in mountains for centuries. It just needs some more description/clarity. – Skooba Feb 22 at 20:31
  • @Danny3414 That's what I was thinking, too. Never read it, but my wife watched the movie and I walked by just as a scene exactly as described happened. – eshier Feb 22 at 20:38

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