It is year 63 of the New Era.
The faith has been driven underground to be practiced in secret.But, now, the it’s spreading through the youth and they want more than a hidden faith.
Seventeen-year-old, Aadi, seeks something deeper than the life Nacerma offers. When her former boyfriend, turned priest, asks her to risk her life for her faith, she accepts the meaningful quest.
Mischa Llient is wanted by the Guard and needs to get out of town for awhile. When he’s asked to keep his best friend, Aadi, safe, he jumps at the chance.
Together, their faith and friendship are tested as they face thieves, highwaymen, the Red Guard and their own inner demons as their feelings for one another are revealed. Will their friendship survive the quest? Will they?
What others are saying about it:
“I don’t generally read YA books, but I do enjoy dystopias. And this dystopia is well worth reading.” ~ Amazon Reviewer, Dani Marie
“All in all, a fun read, good characters, and the action both physical and spiritual never stops.” ~Joseph Moore, Yard Sale of the Mind (full review on his blog)
“Path of Angels has the feel of Hunger Games’ Mockingjay. I liked the way Catholic themes were used. Excited to see what is next for Mischa and Aadi.” ~ Amazon Reviewer, D. Poss
“Path of Angels rides the line between a dystopian adventure call to action and a romance novel. It’s short, and paced extremely well for some pretty non-stop thriller moments.” ~ Jon Del Arroz, Author of For Steam and Country
This last one gives me a chuckle everytime, because I twisted his arm to read the book and I know how much he hates teen drama.
“I hate dystopia. I hate YA. This is both. I still managed to get through it. It didn’t suck. It gets props for originality, worldbuilding, and premise.” ~ Declan Finn, Author of A Pius Man (out July 1st)