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About The Book:
Title: PATH OF TOTALITY
Author: Heather Kreke
Pub. Date: October 24, 2022
Publisher: Cranberry Creek Press
Formats: Paperback, eBook, audiobook
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2023 Selah Award Finalist in YA Fiction
2023 Selah Award Finalist in First Novel
World War III has erupted on American soil. Seventeen-year-old Jadzia’s life will never be the same again.
As a mandatory draft takes effect, Jadzia finds herself on the front lines of the war, torn apart from her family. But when her best friend is killed, Jadzia is desperate to find her way back to them. She abandons her platoon and sets out on her own.
Jadzia must navigate a dangerous cross-country journey, facing betrayal, violence, and the constant threat of death. Along the way, she meets Ryker–the son of a faith leader whose places of worship have been attacked. Despite the chaos, Jadzia finds refuge and friendship among Ryker’s unlikely group of individuals … even though their faith is a little old-fashioned. And Ryker’s insistence on helping her doesn’t make it easier for Jadzia to resist her growing feelings toward him.
But the military is determined to capture Jadzia and all outlaws. When survival seems impossible, will sacrifice be their only route to freedom?
This action-packed YA dystopian novel is perfect for fans of The Out of Time Series and The Gifting Series.
About Heather Kreke:
Heather Kreke is passionate about showing teens and young adults they can find hope in God’s plan for their lives—even through the darkest times. She is the Blog Manager for Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference, and a Coordinator for the Blue Ridge Readers Connection. In her spare time, she teaches writing classes, shoots archery, and camps with her family. Married since 2004, Heather has three daughters. She loves connecting with readers on her website heatherkreke.com, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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1 winner will receive a signed finished copy of PATH OF TOTALITY, three pieces of character art, a bookmark, a branded candle, and a book necklace., US Only.
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My wrist vibrated again. Carina? Nope. Brent wanted to know if I’d give him a ride home. I told him to meet me by my Hover-bike. His house wasn’t too far out of my way. I couldn’t say no. Especially now.
I threw my school stuff and projection book in my bag and stared at the Holo-screen.
“Jadzia.” Mrs. Ladd didn’t even look up from her Holo- pad. “You can go.”
Finally. I ran to the parking lot. Brent stood next to my bike, still and glaring like he expected something to come at him. I glanced over my shoulder.
The world looked normal. Trees budded, flowers poked their heads up out of the ground, and a few birds flew over our heads. Not a cloud in the sky. Shouldn’t it be pouring or at least dreary or something? Nature didn’t know the threat we were under. I launched myself at Brent. He held his arms open, then folded me into his chest.
His breath ruffled my hair. “We’re going to be okay.”
The sob I’d been holding back broke free, and he tightened his grip.
A sound louder than anything I’d ever heard before ripped through the afternoon. Every muscle in my body tightened, and my light hold on Brent’s waist became a vise grip. He dove to the ground, shielding me with his body. I wasn’t the only one shaking. The sound faded. We scrambled to our feet.
“What happened?” I pulled a twig from my hair.
He pointed toward the city. A cloud of black smoke rose in the distance. “We have to move.”
My legs refused to work. He gave me a gentle shove. “Downtown is under attack. Let’s get somewhere safe.”
I threw my leg over my bike and Brent settled in behind me. My mind whirled. Somewhere safe. Where on earth were we safe?
I had to get to Mom and Jonathan. I pressed the starter pad. The bike roared to life and I took off so fast we almost dropped onto the pavement before I balanced us out.
“Sorry. Sorry,” I yelled over the sound of the engine. I gunned the bike, and we flew toward Brent’s house.