Warchild: Judas

The Warchild Series

Book 2
Ernie Lindsey
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Book Two of The Warchild Series - Don't miss Book One, Warchild: Pawn! 

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Hope alone can not win the war. 

Caroline Mathers, Forward Scout of the People's Republic of Virginia, leads her people to safety after a harrowing escape through the Appalachian Mountains. But, the security of their capitol city won't last for long...maybe even less than a night. Old friends are left behind, while inside the walls, new alliances are formed and trust betrayed. 

Empowered by the strength of a massive army, their northern enemies suffocate the city outside the walls, preparing to take control of what they believe is rightfully theirs: citizen slaves. 

With the help of her fellow Kinder, Finn, and an ill-equipped group of volunteer soldiers, Caroline must defend her city to the last breath or watch her people marched away in chains.

Keywords and themes: science fiction books, dystopian novels, dystopian science fiction, thriller novels, young adult dystopian fiction, thriller, suspense, science fiction & fantasy, war, future

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About the author

 Ernie Lindsey is the author of eleven mystery and suspense novels. He lives in Oregon with his family.

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Ernie Lindsey
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Published on
Jul 18, 2014
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Pages
264
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Dystopian
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
Juvenile Fiction / Dystopian
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Rayen promised to return, Gabby must return, and Tony can’t return.

Three teenage friends are connected by a shared secret that forces a decision with consequences no one expects. When Rayen arrives on the Red Moon sphere again, she finds shocking changes. Her arrival causes more upheaval and danger for the MystiK children, creating a heart wrenching challenge for Callan who must choose between duty and holding onto the one girl he can’t have. But walking away is harder than he expects when a new MystiK male in the sphere is poised to take Callan’s place. Under threat of attack from an unexpected enemy, Rayen and Callan must put their personal feelings aside to unite a village in chaos.

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“I loved reading this second book, Time Return. Everything developed fluidly from Time Trap, and the characters were true to themselves, and yet bold. There was tons of action in the Sphere and outside of the Sphere, and watching the characters face so much that pushed them all to the physical and emotional limit was a great ride. Time Return certainly delivered what I was looking for-action, intrigue, and a lot of fun. Thank you Micah Caida for another book that I will be rereading a lot!” Emily Gifford, 17, has also read Divergent, The Codex of Alera, and The Lost World

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