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THE PURIFICATION ERA
Book One: Sowing

Top 10 finalist in Mark Lawrence's SPFBO 2018

They can take your house, your daughter, whatever they want.

For Ariliah, life under the militarized Hulcondans is one of order and safety. Despite the sol
diers’ ruthless policies, she trusts their judgment. They alone provide protection from the enemies lurking beyond the city wall.

For her older sister, Rabreah, every glance from a Hulcondan is a threat. Though even a whisper against them is treason worthy of death, Rabreah is determined to end their tyranny. Joining an underground resistance is her only hope 
------ until she realizes she doesn’t know the people she’s aligned herself with at all. Unsure who to trust but unable to back out, she must work alongside the attractive yet infuriating rebel leader who reminds her far too much of the soldiers she hates.

But with subversive posters appearing throughout the city and people dying on the blade of an unknown assailant, the sisters’ world begins to crumble.

And as the line between friend and enemy blurs, both girls must face the truth: everything is about to change.


Sowing is a gritty, slow burn spy thriller set in a dystopian world on the brink of war.

Perfect for fans of the characterization and political tension in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows, Sabaa Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes series, and Pierce Brown’s Red Rising saga.

CW: Contains violence (executions, torture, child abuse, implied domestic abuse, off-page infant death, etc.); references/allusions to rape and sexual assault; moments of PTSD; and some language (including in-world racial slurs). Sexual content is limited to brief kissing.

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THE PURIFICATION ERA
Book Two: Quelling


Stay low, act loyal, and don’t draw attention.

For years, Rabreah has longed to overthrow the power-abusing Hulcondans who control her city. Yet in the wake of an unauthorized rebel attack, Lord Masrekah takes over the hunt for the “terrorists” 
------ and it’s only a matter of time until he figures out her secrets. If he hasn’t already. Resistance leader Sorek’s return is a welcome sight, but his easy infiltration of the enemy kindles Rabreah’s suspicion of where exactly his loyalties lie ------ and threatens her growing feelings for him.

Unaware of her sister’s double life, Ariliah continues to support the Hulcondans. But as the city spirals into violence, everything she’s ever believed starts to unravel. Afraid to confront her doubts, she clings to her splintering trust and a dangerous new connection with Lord Masrekah.

Yet as the Hulcondans bear down on the resistance and its allies, the truth becomes clear: there aren’t just two sides, the greatest enemies lurk inside the city, and even the most faithful supporter has a breaking point.


Quelling is a gritty, slow burn spy thriller set in a dystopian world on the brink of war.

Perfect for fans of the characterization and political tension in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows, Sabaa Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes series, and Pierce Brown’s Red Rising saga.

CW: Contains violence (executions, torture, child abuse, implied domestic abuse, kidnapping, etc.); references/allusions to rape and sexual assault; moments of PTSD; and some language (including in-world racial slurs).

Sexual content is limited to kissing.

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THE PURIFICATION ERA
Book Three: Razing


They won’t stop until every threat — real or imagined — is eliminated.

 

Though Ariliah has finally escaped her abusive mother, she isn’t safe. Not when her mother publicly accuses her of being mixlin. And not when she has to live with her new Hulcondan brother-in-law. Thrust under dangerous scrutiny, Ariliah determines that no matter what, she will save her sister. But with every day a mounting threat, Ariliah’s fears begin to consume her: that it’s only a matter of time before she destroys everyone who holds her heart.

After fighting so hard to protect her sister, Rabreah didn’t envision resistance leader Sorek to be the path to freedom. Especially since he’s still undercover among the enemy. Yet as his mysteries intensify, Rabreah’s double life becomes a double-edged sword — for the more she finds herself drawn to him, the more he pulls away.

With suspicions surrounding them, both girls must place their trust in questionable allies. But when light pierces the shadows, long-concealed truths will either set them all free — or fracture alliances beyond repair.


Razing is a gritty, slow burn spy thriller set in a dystopian world on the brink of war.

Perfect for fans of the characterization and political tension in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows, Sabaa Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes series, and Pierce Brown’s Red Rising sa
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CW: Contains violence (executions, torture, child abuse, whipping, implied domestic abuse, kidnapping, battle scenes, discussions of genocide and child death, etc.); references/allusions/discussions of rape and sexual assault; moments of PTSD; decaying bodies; animal attacks; and some language (including in-world racial slurs). Sexual content is limited to kissing.

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