Cover Reveal: Visions by Julayn Adams

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Visions (Book II of the Almana Series)

Author: Julayn Adams

Genre: YA, Fantasy, Dystopia/Post-apocalyptic, Romance

Publisher: Angel Press Publishing

Publication Date: December 2017

Visions digital

 

The Blurb:

 Visions, the second book in the captivating Almana Series from international bestselling author, Julayn Adams. In a world full of violence and hatred, Alexa still believes in hope. She is the reason Almana left heaven to risk everything, including her own immortal soul. But when Almana returns from the abyss with visions of an impending attack on their community, Alexa’s plans to unite with neighboring camps must be expedited. As racism and the brutal effects of the war live on, threatening to infiltrate their newly merged faction, Almana fights the demons plaguing her mind and her heart.

What Early Readers Are Saying:

 “I read and loved Almana, the first book in this series and was waiting eagerly for the sequel. And this book, wow! Beautifully written, thrilling, heart-breaking and heartwarming, this is a brilliant story. One that makes you think. This series is one everyone needs to read as it tackles sensitively and with heart some of the issues tearing the world apart today. A timely and though-provoking book. An amazing story, masterfully told. LOVE this amazing series and very highly recommend it.”

-Renita D’Silva

A Mother’s Daughter

“I absolutely adore this series! As much as I loved book one, Almana, book two, Visions, is my favorite, so far. As the author develops the scenery and the characters more fully in Visions, the plot thickens.  It’s a racy, emotional, and very intriguing story with the ravages of wars past, war to come, and a race to hope good will win against the many evils in this book. Julayn Adams is an excellent writer, a wonderful story teller, with a knack for the creative side of writing a lot of us lesser mortals only dream of becoming. If you love fantasy, paranormal, romance, young adult, and/or a story full of hope, determination, strength, courage, and love, the Almana Series is a perfect place to begin. A must read, five star book!” ~Have You Heard? Book Blog

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More from the Almana Series

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Almana (Book I of the Almana Series)

Genre: YA, Romance, Fantasy, Dystopia/Post-apocalyptic

Publisher: Angel Press Publishing

Publication Date: March 2016

The Blurb:

 Hidden deep inside the forest, a community of people have created a safe haven despite the terror that lies not far from their border walls. World War III has destroyed most of the world population, and the ruthless dictator, Equis, is quickly gaining control over the majority of the U.S. population. Heaven has turned its back on humanity; the angels have deserted their posts and are awaiting the end – all but one. Through visions, Almana comes to believe that one last chance for the world’s redemption lies in a girl who lives in this small community. The only problem is the future of seventeen-year-old Alexa is grim, but without her, the end is imminent. Though Almana will be banished from her home until the world’s last day, she chooses to join Alexa in hopes of not only saving humanity, but heaven as well. Bound by a supernatural connection with Alexa and her family, Almana is gifted a new home. And despite the inability of angels being able to fall in love, Almana finds herself in a dilemma she hadn’t expected.  A story of friendship, romance, love, betrayal, hate, hope, and despair, Almana is the first of a three-part series.

 What People Are Saying:

“Julayn writes eloquently and her descriptions are so visual that you can picture them in your mind. I particularly love the parts of the novel when it focuses on Almana’s inner thoughts and loneliness…The author makes these aspects of Almana’s loneliness so real that I wonder if she knows something about the unseen world that we don’t. What a great surprising read.” -Sherry Mayes

Stop the World

 “I think that writing good quality fiction for this audience is one of hardest genres a writer can enter and of the many books I have read, few do it well enough to have broader appeal. Almana does. It is a beautifully crafted story which employs none of the more obvious routes generally taken by post-apocalyptic fiction. Although the main character, Almana, is an angel, the story deals with her as an ordinary teenager coming to terms with a new life. The world created by Julayn Adams skillfully combines fantasy, the challenges and adventures of creating a future, adding elements of danger and violence without ever becoming predictable. In short this is a very entertaining tale for any age.” -XyllaNoril’sk

“Wow! This story hooked me from page one! A heavenly, heartbreaking and heartwarming tale full of believable characters you’ll love, and love to hate. I literally could not put it down! I believe I have found my next “must read” author!” -Regina O’Connell

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One thought on “Cover Reveal: Visions by Julayn Adams

  1. Seems most YA these days is pretty shy about dealing with spiritual or supernatural themes that aren’t directly called out as being caused by some JK Rowling-style “magic.” I’ll keep an eye out for this one – thanks!

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