Could Earth’s apocalypse really be worse than puberty for Daniela Rose—a depressive schizophrenic girl destined to meet a mysterious orphan boy who haunts her chaotic dreams?
One mission. To protect their home—Earth—from invasion by the planet’s previous occupants.
Meet the girl of this unlikely duo in ORPHAN DREAMER and the MISSING ARROWHEAD when destiny chooses a twelve-year-old depressive schizophrenic to bring order to Earth’s chaos.
Miracles usually are.
Daniela is a spirited girl struggling with isolation, the mean girls at school, and a sick father at home when she is chosen to warn humanity of the impending apocalypse. But who will believe her—a girl who barely speaks and cannot even score a kindred friend? As Earth sits in the crosshairs of a sinister force, Daniela must slip between three realities to find an arrowhead gifted to her by a prince—the missing link that can save her family and Earth.
Listen to the Orphan Dreamer Saga—a seven-novel serial interspersed with seven novellas that intertwines three tales across time and space. This epic story weaves an intricate tapestry of Divine guidance, faith, isolation, hope, and loss as it follows two children from their beginnings to their ends.
If you knew your ending, how would you have lived your beginning?
“Readers of the Orphan Dreamer Saga by J. Nell Brown can expect a superb blend of genres . . . This novel is a suspenseful biblical fantasy that weaves love and the paranormal into the lives of two individuals. This is not only a perfect read for someone wanting an enduring love story, but for anyone wanting to explore profound ideas about spirituality and God.”―Chanticleer Book Reviews
It’s the start of something amazing.” —Heather G.
J. Nell Brown is an involuntary insomniac who practices medicine and writes in her free time. She writes fiction that paints a human likeness upon the faceless and gifts a voice to the voiceless. Her novels are gut-wrenching and suspenseful while splashed with comedy and sweetness. Brown is a self-proclaimed nerd and loves all things scientific. Her love of science is reflected in her research at Los Alamos National Laboratory, the site for the development of the atomic bomb.She is never too busy to chat with one of her readers.