Called by the Redeemed

· Jali Henry

About this ebook

Can epic magical powers compete against demon deception?

Naledi is a fully qualified sorcerer. Surely, now, she can kick back and relax on easy street? But whenever anyone in her home village of Marula has a problem, they expect her to ride in on her big white horse and save the day. 

So, when some of her neighbours go missing, she’s the first person their families go to for help. Her investigations lead her into a collision course with demons. But that’s okay because Naledi’s an unstoppable badass, right?... 

But if she’s such a badass, then how does a demon kidnap her best friend from right under her nose? And what’s she going to do about it?

In the thrilling finale to the World Breacher series, if you love gutsy heroines, slow-burn romance, dry humour and story twists, you'll love this book.

---Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy---

---African mythology and Christian mythology mashup---

---Clean YA (No graphic SVNL)---

About the author

Although born in the UK, Jali Henry is half South African and her 'World Breacher' trilogy incorporates her Sotho cultural heritage from her grandmother.

Jali always loved writing but she'd been fed the idea of the starving writer and didn't want to live in poverty. Hence she carved out a career as an Executive Assistant. Before that, she did lots of things, including the most interesting: freelancing as a body-painted mime artist at corporate events (yes really!) After marriage and motherhood, she decided it was time to pursue a career which would nourish her soul instead of just her bank account. 

Jali writes novels featuring diverse characters which combine gritty realism with paranormal fantasy. She lives in London with her husband and daughters, works full-time, writes on the side and has a weird obsession with foraging for wild food.

You can find out more about Jali's books and sign up for her mailing list at

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